Most Beautiful Christian College and University Campuses in the World
Campbell University Raleigh North Carolina
The Campbell University campus occupies a bucolic rural setting along the Cape Fear River in the Sandhills Region of North Carolina. Nestled in the quaint village of Buies Creek, the scenic 1300 acre campus is equidistant from Raleigh and Fayetteville. The site has been home to the co educational Baptist university since it was founded more than 125 years ago. Academic Circle is a grass covered plaza with brick walkways encompassed by magnolia trees, residence halls, Butler Chapel and academic buildings, such as Kivett Hall, which anchors the campus. Built in 1903, the hall is the oldest building on campus and serves as the iconic symbol of the university. Its beloved bell chimes every quarter hour. North of Academic Circle is Fellowship Commons, an open space that serves as a gathering place for students. Beyond the commons, the North Campus is home to the contemporary, 3,000 seat, multi purpose John W. Pope, Jr. Convocation Center.