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Honestly, if you have a lot of moneyQuite BrightPsychology
Honestly, if you have a lot of money or you're very smart and I mean like the top 10% of your graduating class then academically you MIGHT do fine here. The campus is nice, it's appealing to an outsider and admissions does everything they can to make Campbell seem amazing in every aspect... the truth is the individuals giving the tours are just doing it to get paid and are required to only speak positively about the school. Tuition is WAY TOO MUCH especially considering how much money Campbell has leftover... They literally spend a boatload of money to have a stupid sign made for the one graduating class, ONLY because they had to spend a certain amount of money for tax concerns. The rules are pretty stupid, and campus safety workers will literally sit and wait just to ticket your car... That's all they do is write tickets and get more money. Again the tuition is way overpriced and you spend more time worrying about maintaining a specific GPA in order to keep your scholarship than you do about actually learning. The classes are ridiculously hard, and that's with me expecting them to be challenging to begin with. You will maybe come across 1 out of 10 teachers who are actually nice and will try to help, the remaining do not care.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2019
Campus Aesthetics: A, Surrounding City: F
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There is good and bad about campbell.Quite BrightUndecided
There is good and bad about campbell. A lot of bad though. There are a lot of students/faculty out here who are very arrogant and certainly unfriendly. There is a small hand full however who are friendly and helpful. As far as campus wise, it's small and looks nice at first. However the constant construction and all the loose bricks that try to break your ankle every step makes it not so nice to live at every day. Chick fil a is garbage here. Always a long wait and if you go around 12:30 to 1, you will be waiting outside of the building. The lines are ridiculous. Marshbanks is a joke. Shouse isn't open enough and papa John's is usually nasty. Moes scams you out here. They give you very little for a lot of money. Oasis is okay but it has its moments too. They closed the "groc" this year and moved it to the new dorms and called it the "pod" so now I have to walk an extra mile just to get to it. Parking is just ridiculous. I can't park at my dorm it's for "guests" and God forbid you park close to bring your stuff home for the weekend because you will get a parking ticket just for 5 minutes. Night life here is non existent. Go to Raleigh for that. The cost for What you get here is so stupid. 24,000 a semester (if you don't get scholarships (which are pretty garbage as well)) basically wasted. I like how it's a small campus but I mean this is just ridiculous.
1st Year Male -- Class 1920
Campus Aesthetics: A, Education Quality: F
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Campbell is a wonderful university with friendly, helpfulQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
Campbell is a wonderful university with friendly, helpful students and faculty. The professors have always been approachable and have set office hours. There are lots of opportunities for extra cir. activities. It just depends how involved you want to be. I read some negative reviews about it being a Christian school and having rules. My advice would be, don't go to a Christian school then. I happen to like that they have higher standards than a lot of schools. I'm getting a great education and I love being in a small town after growing up in a city.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2017
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Useful Schoolwork: F
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