Proper Names

Campbell University is home to 10 academic divisions and dozens of academic halls, dormitories, campuses, stadiums, arenas and other buildings. Many of these buildings and facilities are named for donors or other important figures in Campbell history. It is important that we are consistent in identifying our schools, buildings and campuses properly. Below are their official names and the preferred ways to identify them for outgoing publications, press releases and other communications or marketing materials.

We are Campbell University. All external editorial and marketing materials must refer to us as Campbell University on first reference and “Campbell” or “the University” on all following references. Capitalize “University” on all references (even when not preceded by “Campbell”) to Campbell.

“CU” is not an acceptable abbreviation for the university on external editorial and marketing materials.

All external editorial and marketing materials must refer to Campbell University’s nine colleges and schools by their full names on first reference. Below is a guide to acceptable subsequently referenced names of each school (note the use of “&” instead of “and” in some schools). Acronyms are not acceptable in external editorial and marketing materials, with exceptions listed below:  

  • Catherine W. Wood School of Nursing
    • School of Nursing
    • nursing school
  • College of Arts & Sciences
    • Arts & Sciences
    • the college
  • College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
    • the college
    • CPHS
  • Divinity School
    • Campbell Divinity
    • Divinity
  • Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine
    • School of Medicine
    • medical school
    • Campbell Med
  • Lundy-Fetterman School of Business
    • School of Business
    • business school
  • Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law
    • Campbell Law
    • law school
  • School of Education
    • the school
    • Education
  • School of Engineering
    • Campbell Engineering
    • engineering school

Use the complete name of Campbell University’s buildings and dormitories on first reference for all external marketing and editorial materials. The address for all main campus buildings is to include “Buies Creek, N.C. 27506”:

  • Adult and Online Education | 79 Bolton Road
  • Athletic Training Facility | 73 Eakes Drive
  • Baldwin Hall | 459 Leslie Campbell Ave.
  • Britt Hall | 85 Main St.
  • Bryan Hall | 95 Dr. McKoy Road
  • Butler Chapel | 60 T.T. Lanier St.
  • Carrie Rich Building | 191 Main St.
  • Campus Ministry House | 381 Main St.
  • D. Rich Hall | 414 Judge Taylor Road
  • Ellis Theater (Taylor Bott Rogers) | 99 T.T. Lanier St.
  • Facilities Management | 255 Dr. McKoy Road
  • Financial Aid | 504 Leslie Campbell Ave.
  • Hight House | 180 Main St.
  • Human Resources Building | 95 Bolton Road
  • International Admissions/Veterans Affairs | 476 Leslie Campbell Ave.
  • J.A. Campbell Administration Building | 143 Main St.
  • John W. Pope Jr. Convocation Center | 56 Main St.
  • Jones Hall | 170 Day Dorm Road
  • Kivett Hall | 113 Main St.
  • Lundy-Fetterman Building | 165 Dr. McKoy Road
  • Marshbanks Dining Hall | 234 Day Dorm Road
  • McKay House | 78 Dr. McKoy Road
  • McLamb Environmental Center | 141 T.T. Lanier St.
  • Northeast Athletic Office | 108 Burt St.
  • Office of Student Success | 227 Main St.
  • Pearson Hall | 193 Main St.
  • PGA Office/Astronomy Building | 100 Keith Hills Road
  • Pharmacy Research Center | 130 Burt St.
  • ROTC Building | 165 T.T. Lanier St.
  • Rumley Center | 84 Day Dorm Road
  • Scott Concert Hall (Taylor Bott Rogers) | 99 T.T. Lanier St.
  • Taylor Auditorium (inside D. Rich Hall) | 414 Judge Taylor Road
  • Taylor Bott Rogers Fine Arts Building | 99 T.T. Lanier St.
  • Taylor Hall | 116 T.T. Lanier St.
  • Undergraduate Admissions | 450 Leslie Campbell Ave.
  • Wallace Student Center | 265 Main St.
  • Wiggins Memorial Library | 133 Main St.

Use the complete name of Campbell University’s buildings and dormitories on first reference for all external marketing and editorial materials. The address for all Health Sciences Campus buildings is to include “Lillington, N.C. 27546”:

  • Leon Levine Hall of Medical Sciences | 4350 U.S. 421 South
  • Tracey F. Smith Hall of Nursing & Health Sciences | 4150 U.S. 421 South

Use the complete name of Campbell University’s buildings and dormitories on first reference for all external marketing and editorial materials.

  • Camp Lejeune | Stone Street, Camp Lejeune, N.C. 28547
  • Fort Bragg | 1-3751 Knox St., Fort Bragg, N.C. 28310
  • Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law | 225 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, N.C. 27603
  • RTP Campus | 800 Aviation Pkwy. #1100, Morrisville, N.C. 27560

Use the complete name of Campbell University’s buildings and dormitories on first reference for all external marketing and editorial materials. The address for all main campus buildings is to include “Buies Creek, N.C. 27506” unless otherwise noted:

  • Baldwin Hall | 459 Leslie Campbell Ave.
  • Bob Barker Hall | 260 Leslie Campbell Ave.
  • Burkot Hall | 80 Harmon Road, Lillington, N.C. 27546
  • Day Hall | 200 Day Dorm Road
  • Faculty Memorial Commons | Reardon Road, Lillington, N.C. 27546
  • Hedgpeth Hall | 87 Dr. McKoy Road
  • Jones Hall | 170 Day Dorm Road
  • Kitchin Hall | 423 Leslie Campbell Ave.
  • McCall Hall | 82 Harmon Road, Lillington, N.C. 27546
  • Murray Hall | 345 Leslie Campbell Ave.
  • Pat Barker Hall | 60 Day Dorm Road
  • Powell Hall | 84 Day Dorm Road
  • Sauls Hall | 44 Harmon Road, Lillington, N.C. 27546
  • Small Hall | 84 Harmon Road, Lillington, N.C. 27546
  • Stadium View Apartments | multiple addresses
  • Strickland Hall | 91 Dr. McKoy Road

Campbell University is home to 10 facilities and fields that house the school’s NCAA Division I sports teams.

  • Barker-Lane Stadium: Opened in 2008, Barker-Lane Stadium and Ed Gore Field is home to Campbell’s football and lacrosse teams. The stadium currently seats about 5,500 fans.
  • John W. Pope Jr. Convocation Center: The John W. Pope Jr. Convocation Center and Gilbert Craig Gore Arena is home to Campbell’s basketball, volleyball and wrestling teams. Opened in 2008, the 109,000-square-foot facility seats more than 3,000 fans and will hold up to 4,000 people for special events.
    • A comma between “Pope” and “Jr.” is not necessary, but is acceptable.
    • “Pope Convocation Center” is acceptable on first reference if you feel your audience is familiar with Campbell University enough to understand the building you are referring to.
    • “the convocation center” is acceptable on second reference and beyond.
  • Jim Perry Stadium: Home to Campbell’s baseball team, it was named Jim Perry Stadium (formerly Taylor Field) in 2012 in honor of Campbell alumnus and 1970 American League Cy Young Award winner Jim Perry. The stadium currently hosts the Minor League Baseball team Buies Creek Astros for the 2017 and 2018 seasons.
  • Amanda Littlejohn Stadium: Home to Campbell’s softball team, the stadium was renovated and renamed in 2012 in honor of former Campbell catcher Amanda Littlejohn, who lost her fight with cancer in 2011.
  • Eakes Athletics Complex: Home to Campbell’s men’s and women’s soccer teams.
  • Johnson Aquatic Center: Home to Campbell’s swimming team. The two-story, 4,500-square-feet center, houses an eight-lane pool, offices and locker rooms.
  • Keith Hills Country Club: Home to Campbell’s men’s and women’s golf teams and the school’s PGA golf management program. The Ellis Maples-designed championship golf course has been rated as high as the seventh-best public golf course in North Carolina.
  • James Nisbet Tennis Center: Home to Campbell’s men’s and women’s tennis teams. The facility includes eight hard courts, offices, locker rooms and a clubhouse.
  • Irwin Belk Track: Dedicated in 2012, Irwin Belk Track’s state-of-the-art facility includes eight 42-inch lanes on a polyurethane surface and features a water jump for the steeplechase, high jump “D” area, pole vault runway, two shot put rungs and a discus/hammer ring. The track is home to Campbell’s men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track teams and is used by the cross country team as well.
  • Carter Gymnasium: Built in the 1950s, Carter Gymnasium was home to the nation’s first basketball camp from 1956 through 2008. The camp featured some of the greatest names to ever play and coach the sport — John Wooden, Michael Jordan and “Pistol” Pete Maravich, to name a few. The gym houses a number of intramural sports today and is the occasional home of Campbell’s wrestling team.