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Slight revisions were made to Campbell University’s Mission Statement and were approved by the Board of Trustees during their April 23 meeting. Most of the changes were related to the university’s online programs and wording about extended education. The following is the revised Mission Statement:
The mission of Campbell University is to graduate students with exemplary academic and professional skills who are prepared for purposeful lives and meaningful service. The University is informed and inspired by its Baptist heritage and three basic theological and biblical presuppositions: learning is appointed and conserved by God as essential to the fulfillment of human destiny; in Christ all things consist and find ultimate unity; and the Kingdom of God in this world is rooted and grounded in Christian community. The University embraces the conviction that there is no conflict between the life of faith and the life of inquiry.
To fulfill its mission, the University:
I. presents a worldview informed by Christian principles and perspectives;
II. affirms that truth is revelatory and transcendent as well as empirical and rational, and that all truth finds its unity in Jesus Christ;
III. influences development of moral courage, social sensitivity, and ethical responsibility;
IV. gathers a diverse community of learners;
V. delivers academic instruction in the liberal arts and sciences and professional preparation at both undergraduate and graduate levels through traditional, extended campus, and online programs;
VI. transfers to students the vast body of knowledge and values accumulated over the ages;
VII. encourages students to think critically and creatively;
VIII. fosters the development of intellectual vitality, physical wellness, and aesthetic sensibility;
IX. forges a community of learning that is committed to the pursuit, discovery, and dissemination of knowledge;
X. provides students with servant leadership opportunities;
XI. cooperates with other educational institutions to expand learning opportunities for students;
XII. offers service and other opportunities to the greater community through athletics, continuing education, and cultural enrichment programming.
Did you know that when your primary care giver orders lab testing, this can be done at the Campbell Health Center? It is all very simple and convenient.
1. Call and schedule an appointment time for lab work and …
2. Make sure you bring your lab request or order form with you to the appointment.
If your physician advises that you should be fasting, this means no food for at least eight hours prior to your appointment. Your results will be faxed to your provider.
If you have any questions call (910) 893-1562.
The 2014 Pine Burr Yearbook was dedicated to Dr. Ronald Maddox at the University’s annual Publications Day event held Wednesday, April 16.
Maddox, dean of the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences and vice president for Health Programs at Campbell, will retire from his position at the end of 2014. He has spent his entire professional career working to train health care professionals to serve the people of North Carolina and surrounding areas.
“I hope we can educate the people in this community about their health care options and meet their needs,” said Maddox. “[Our students] can make a difference.”
Maddox joined Campbell in 1985 to establish the School of Pharmacy, which was renamed in 2009 as the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences.
Starting June 1, several pharmacies in the United State will no longer be part of Cigna’s retail Pharmacy network.
Luckily for Campbell University employees on the Cigna plan, the only North Carolina pharmacy to be affected is Biologics Inc., located at 120 Weston Oaks Court in Cary.
Impacted customers will need to fill their prescriptions at a different pharmacy for continued in-network coverage under their plan. They can use Cigna Home Delivery PharmacySM or any in-network retail pharmacy to fill their prescriptions.
Campbell University’s new Department of Nursing will host an event for student who are interested in nursing as a career from 9 a.m. to noon on Friday, June 20, at the Carrie Rich Memorial Building.
The event is intended to provide additional information for students who are interested in the nursing program and not meant to replace the Admissions department’s Summer Orientation for new 2014 students.
There’s a new way to access those Creek Bucks.
You can go to the Campbell University web page, click on the “login” button at the top, and select “eAccounts.” This will take you to the new login page.
Login with your CU login and password. You’ll be able to make deposits, check your balance, and set notification alarms. And, when you make a deposit, you’ll be able to “save” your payment method, to make it easier next time.
And – there’s an app for that! Both the iPhone and Google apps are free to download. Let us know if you have questions at email@example.com
Campbell University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine and College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences will host the inaugural Community Health and Wellness Fair Saturday, May 3, at the Leon Levine Hall of Medical Sciences on the Campbell University Health Sciences Campus. The event, free and open to the public, will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Students, faculty, and staff from the medical and pharmacy schools, as well as more than a dozen local vendors, will provide health-related information, activities and services during the fair. That will include body fat screenings, blood pressure and blood sugar monitoring, an EMS expo, drunken driving simulations, osteopathic manipulation demonstrations and mental acuity activities for the elderly.
Other information, educational resources, and awareness campaigns will focus on physical fitness and nutrition for children, heart disease, regular physical exams, intramural sports, smoking and tobacco, faith and medicine, medicine and technology, physical fitness and nutrition for children, and the practices of physician assistants and DOs.
In addition to the School of Osteopathic Medicine and the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, the local organizations and vendors who will have booth are listed below:
The Annual CUCPHS Health Fair is coming up on March 25.
This event will be held in the Academic Circle on campus from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come out to enjoy free health screenings, information on a multitude of health topics (blood pressure, sun/skin care, allergies, etc), as well as a ton of free samples and giveaways. The College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences will also be hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive during this event.
Campbell University’s annual Inasmuch Day will be April 12 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Students, faculty and staff will work alongside each other on projects like math tutoring, parks and recreation, light maintenance, health fair, community garden, hospitality and more. There will also be a one-mile fun run and 5K with local elementary school children.
To participate, register online at: http://www.campbell.edu/life/campus-ministry/inasmuch-day/ … If you have questions, contact Tracie Connor at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call ext. 1547.
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