How Campbell Leads
95% job placement
Extensive industry connections mean our graduates are placed with institutions from Boston to San Diego and from Seattle to Miami within one month of graduation.
The Campbell Trust Alumni Network – a proud legacy of success
More than 2,000 alumni work for the nation’s premier financial institutions. Successful graduates can be found in nearly every major city in the United States.
Industry support at the highest levels of senior management
Professional Certifications – upward mobility in a world of credentials
Graduates are eligible to pursue the nation’s leading three Trust professional certifications — CFP ® , CTFA and the Campbell University offered ATFA certification.
For those interested in becoming a corporate, tax or estate planning attorney there is no other pre-law program that begins to compare with Trust Pre-Law
Paid Summer Internships
Almost all Trust graduates will have participated in at least one paid 10-week summer internship with any number of institutions including Wells Fargo, JP Morgan, Truist, City Bank and First Citizens Bank
4/1 BBA/MBA Program
At least half of the Trust majors participate in 4/1 meaning they receive both the BBA in Trust and an MBA in a total of only five years.
First Citizens Bank Wealth Management Center
Trust majors both learn and grow in our state-of-the-art trust systems and investments focused technology center.
Your Future is Unlimited – Apply Now
Please provide the information below if you would like to receive additional information from the Director of the Trust Program AND apply for admission to the University on the Campbell University website. In applying, please indicate your preferred major is either Trust or Trust Pre-Law.
Meet weekly with Trust alumni already well into their careers in boardroom session the freshman year.
All Trust Fellows are assigned their own personal Campbell Trust Alumni Mentor.
Networking events at Pinehurst Country Club, Angus Barn and hosted bank events
A senior professional who provides team or technical supervision. Responsibilities include customized and sophisticated banking, investment, liquidity and credit management, tax, financial and estate planning for the affluent clients of the institution.
Estate Planning, Corporate or Tax Attorney
Anticipates and arranges for the disposal of an estate during a person’s life. Estate planning typically maximizes the value of the estate by minimizing taxes and other expenses. A knowledge of tax law, trust law and the administration of trusts and estates is essential.
Prepares financial plans for clients. These plans often cover cash flow management, retirement planning, investment planning, financial risk management, insurance planning, tax planning, estate planning and business succession planning.
Guides asset management of various securities (stock, bonds and other securities) and other assets (e.g., real estate) in order to meet specified investment goals for the benefit of the investors. Investors may be institutions or private investors.