The School of Education Graduate Programs have open enrollment, so applicants may apply at any time.
1. Submit required application materials
A completed application form, honor code, bulletin acknowledgment form, and recommendation letters are required.
Your application and supporting documents will be presented to the Office of the Dean and the School of Education Graduate Committee. You will be notified of your status by the School of Education Graduate Admissions Office.
Graduate Application Forms
Master of Education / School Administration
Graduate M.Ed. Application »
Master of School Counseling, Mental Health Counseling, and School Add-on license
School Counseling and Mental Health Counseling Application »
Graduate Licensure Only
Application for students that have a Bachelor’s degree and want initial teacher licensure from Campbell University or want an add-on AIG license. Use this form if you are not seeking a Master’s degree.
Graduate Licensure Only Application »
Application for visiting students or students taking a few courses but not wanting a degree from Campbell or students needing courses to obtain their license through the Regional Alternative Licensing Center use the form below.
Visiting Students and Students with a Plan of Study from the RALC »
The following additional forms must be submitted with the application:
Honor Code Acknowledgement
Applicants must read, print, and sign the Honor Code Policy acknowledgement form. A signed copy of the Honor Code must be submitted with the application.
Graduate Bulletin Acknowledgement
Applicants must sign the Graduate Bulletin acknowledgement located in the Forms section below. A signed copy of the acknowledgment must be submitted with the application.
Recommendation forms must be distributed by the applicant to three professional persons who have been directly involved in the applicant’s academic or professional work. Have the person giving the reference return the recommendation form to you. The recommendation form and letter must be placed in an envelope, sealed and signed across the seal by the person giving the reference and submitted with your application.
If you have trouble opening the forms, please contact the School of Education Graduate Admissions Office.
2. Pay the application fee
There is a non-refundable $55.00 application fee that must be paid thru TouchNet.
3. Take the GRE
The applicant must take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) general exam and request the score report be sent to:
School of Education
Graduate Admissions Office
P.O. Box 369
Buies Creek, NC 27506
Score reports must be received before an admissions decision can be made. Use our school code: 5100
4. Send official transcripts
The applicant must request that official transcripts of all college work be sent to the School of Education Graduate Admissions Office. If the college or university submits electronic transcripts, the electronic transcript must be sent from the college or university to the Graduate Admissions office at email@example.com.
5. Schedule an interview
Applicants must schedule an interview with the appropriate program coordinator as part of the admissions process. The program coordinator may choose to involve other professionals in the interview process. Ranae Strickland will e-mail you when your application file is complete; you will then be contacted by the coordinator to set up an interview.
Please do not contact the program coordinator until your application is complete and cleared through Graduate Admissions office, Ranae Strickland.
- Dr. Sam Engel – Graduate Teacher Licensure Only, Initial Plus Masters Program, and AIG Certification Only – ext. 1647
- Dr. Carol Maidon – M.Ed. Elementary Education, Middle Grades, Secondary, and M.Ed. Interdisciplinary Studies ext. 1637
- Dr. Harriet Enzor – Counselor Education Programs ext 1633.
- Dr. Peggy Smith – MSA Program ext. 1648
- Counseling Applicants should contact Ranae Strickland at 910-814-5515 or 1-800-334-4111, ext. 5515 to schedule the interview.
Students who have applied to a graduate program are allowed to enroll in no more that two courses (6 hours maximum) in their respective programs while their application is still under consideration. Taking these six hours does not automatically constitute acceptance into a program. Students must earn a grade of “B” or higher in these courses. Once a student is admitted into a program, these 6 hours may be considered as transfer credit if the courses relate to the program area and were taken within the last five years. A grade of “C” will not transfer.