How To Increase Campus Level In Two Point Campus

The overall size of your campus is determined by its campus level. Your campus level also serves as a level...

The overall size of your campus is determined by its campus level. Your campus level also serves as a level requirement for objectives and upgrades, especially to unlock new courses in Two Point Campus.

Hence, it becomes important to understand how to increase your campus level if you want to progress in the game.

There are a number of ways through which you can increase your campus level. The following guide will go through all of them to make it easier for you to build your dream campus in Two Point Campus.

How To Increase Your Campus Level

The progress of your campus level can be viewed from the campus level bar at the bottom right. You need to fill the bar to level up your campus, after which the bar will reset and you must earn another level-up.

Note that every time your campus levels up, you will receive 10 Course Points. These points are important because you need them to add new courses or upgrade existing ones. Doing so also unlocks additional hiring options.

Add more rooms

The infrastructure plays a vital role at the campus level. The larger the campus is, the higher the campus level gets. Adding more rooms on the campus can help you increase the campus level. The rooms that you may add can be classrooms, bathrooms, entertainment rooms, and many more. The XP that you receive increases by the number of rooms.

The decorations added to the rooms also help to improve the campus level and one other way to add items is by getting the students what they want from reading the inbox.

Hire and train staff

The more the staff is qualified, the more it benefits the students as well as the campus. Recruiting highly qualified staff helps improve the campus level. One step further here is to send your staff to Training Rooms to get their skills upgraded. This also improves the campus level.

Induct more students

Like staff, taking more students on campus also helps improve the campus level. Upgrading and improving the classrooms and enrolling more students each year enhances the campus-level rating. Student happiness is also important to raise the campus level; thus, you should consider that.


Campus level also depends upon the attractive rating of the campus. It’s the overall look of the campus area. The more attractive it is, the more will be the campus level.

Two Point Campus has an inbuilt feature known as a visualizer that allows you to see which areas are least attractive. Attractive ratings for that area are increased by filling it with decoration stuff. You can place items from those available in the inventory, such as clocks, wall hangings, cupboards, etc.

Don’t use the same item repeatedly for the same room because it adds the same attractiveness, which affects the room’s prestige.


Another critical factor in increasing the campus level is the happiness level of both the students and the staff. Students are the ones that pay hefty tuition fees to run the campus, so their happiness and satisfaction are necessary.

Providing entertainment facilities to the students and paying for their lounges and parties can keep them happy. For the staff, providing a staff room stocked with items such as tea and snack tables, dart boards, etc., boosts happiness.

In addition to it, increasing the salary also results in boosting happiness among the staff.


Student grades also have a significant impact on the overall campus rating. Students pay for their studies, and their failure halts the campus level. Their fees are the prime source that keeps the campus afloat.

You can improve students’ grades in several ways. Upgrading classrooms and libraries and providing entertainment facilities to the students results in improving the student’s grades, boosting the overall campus level.

Paying extra attention to the low-scoring students and providing them with private tuition facilities also improves their grades.

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