Campbell Advancement team wins two international CASE awards


BUIES CREEK — Campbell University’s Office of Advancement won two CASE Circle of Excellence awards for its work on the 2014 Thank-A-Giver (TAG) Day.

Campbell’s two bronze awards — the school’s first in the annual international contest of the Council of Advancement in Secondary Education — were the University’s first at this level, competing against more than 625 higher ed institutions, independent schools and nonprofits from around the world. Campbell has won a combined 20 CASE awards at the district level (the nine-state Southeast region) over the past four years.

“CASE is the standard for best practices in university marketing, communications, fundraising, and alumni relations programs,” said Britt Davis, vice president of advancement and admissions and assistant to the president. “To receive national recognition on top of our Southeastern regional awards is a strong validation that Campbell University’s advancement program is performing at a level that rivals and exceeds the best colleges and universities in this nation.”


Jonathan Bronsink