Campbell University Divinity School makes its home in the Taylor Hall of Religion on the campus of Campbell University.
Campbell University Campus Map (PDF)
The Campbell Divinity School Campus
Campbell University’s main campus is in the residential community of Buies Creek, North Carolina. We are located between the capital city of Raleigh and historic Fayetteville, North Carolina. Campbell is 30 miles south of Raleigh and all of its metropolitan amenities and entertainment venues for young adults. We are just an hour’s drive from the technology-rich Research Triangle Park and 28 miles from Fayetteville’s historic culture. The beach and Carolina’s coastal fun is two hours from campus, and the Blue Ridge mountains are a beautiful three to four hour drive.
It’s Easy for You to Get Here…
There are daily flights into the Raleigh/Durham International Airport and the Fayetteville Airport. Private aircraft may be accommodated at the Harnett County Regional Airport located close to campus.
BY CAR (FROM THE NORTH):
Take exit 79 off I-95, head west through Benson, follow NC Route 27 west to Campbell University (signs are posted).
BY CAR (FROM THE SOUTH):
Take exit 73 off I-95 west through Dunn; follow US 421 north to Campbell University. The University entrance is on Highway 421 approximately 15 minutes from Dunn (signs are posted).
BY CAR (FROM THE WEST):
Choice of US 421 south or NC Route 27 east through Lillington. Both routes take you to Campbell University (signs are posted).
Greyhound offers daily service to Dunn, North Carolina. Shuttle service can be provided to the campus.
Amtrak provides service to nearby Raleigh and Fayetteville.
CONNECT WITH CAMPBELL:
1-800-760-9827, ext. 1830 or 1865