• Campus Announcements -- Oct. 30, 2014

    There are four Career Service Student events/workshops remaining this term:

    Nov 4, 2014: *Networking Business Etiquette Dinner (for Juniors/Seniors) is Tuesday evening 5-6:30 pm in BASC Banquet Hall
    *Advance registration and $5 deposit are REQUIRED to attend - See Teresa in BASC 206 by Fri 11/1/14.

    Nov 11, 2014: Dress for Success Workshop & Fashion Show –open to all students- (Tue 6-7:3 pm in BASC Banquet Hall

    Nov 12, 2014: Resume Writing -Customizing your resume for the job you want- is Wed. 2 pm in the BASC Banquet Hall

    Nov. 19, 2014: Job Interview Workshop for students is Wed. 2 pm in BASC Banquet Hall
    (All workshops above are approved for chapel credit and for PPD credit if appropriate major)

    Bowl For Shriners tournament

    A "Bowl for Shriners!" tournament is scheduled at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6 at Phillips Lanes. Prizes will be given. This is a service project of Dr. Tom Bell's Introduction to Sport Management class, and 50 percent of the money raised goes to Shriners Hospitals. Information is attached.

  • Campus Announcements -- Oct. 27, 2014

    Men's Basketball Scrimmage tonight

    Tonight is your first chance to see the Campbellsville University Tiger men's basketball team in action! CU will host Kentucky State University tonight, Oct. 27, at 7 p.m. in Powell Athletic Center for a FREE scrimmage. No admission will be charged.

    KHIPP event to feature Election Forum Oct. 28

    The Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy (KHIPP) will hold an election forum titled "Elections 2014 and 2015" at 5 p.m. tomorrow Tuesday Oct. 28 in the Banquet Hall of the Badgett Academic Support Center. Trey Grayson, president and chief executive office of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; Al Cross, director of the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues; and Ronnie Ellis, state reporter for CNHI Newspapers in Kentucky, will lead the forum. Everyone is invited. Chapel credit is given.

    Politics and Journalism Class working on blog for Senate race

    The 2014 U.S. Senate race is coming to an end in just a few days, and has been a major buzz in Campbellsville University’s Politics and Journalism class. The class, taught by Bill Goodman from KET, has set their focus on following the upcoming Senate race and election. The students are using social media sources to not only get themselves involved in the race, but their peers on campus as well. The MAC 380 class meets every Friday from 1 – 3:30 p.m. to discuss aspects of the senate race that affects voters across Kentucky. The nine students have been working on a project to put the media in their own hands by creating a blog to increase attention for the race and a poll that they have conducted. The classmates each questioned Campbellsville University students on how social media was being used and their opinion on the upcoming senate election. The blog, "Kentuckians to DC," can be accessed at The members of the class are Starla Bond, Meredith Eastham, James Higgins, Logan Johnson, Cameron Miller, Dylan Morse, Kendall Riddle, Michael Rothacke and Matthew Schmuck.

    CU Students for Liberty needs you!

    Whether you are a Republican, Democrat, or indifferent, the Campbellsville University Students for Liberty (CU-SFL) offers an exciting new unified, student-driven forum for students dedicated to liberty. The CU-SFL endorses the economic freedom to choose how to provide for one’s life, the social freedom to choose how to live one’s life, and intellectual/academic freedom. The CU-SFL supports liberty in a manner that does not dictate the foundations upon which individuals justify their belief in liberty and embraces diversity. If you are interested in this excellent campus involvement opportunity or have additional questions, please contact Dr. Bill Adams at (phone 270-789-5171), Dr. Rick Corum at (phone 270-789-5093), or check out the website.

    CU Tiger Athletics / Bluegrass Cellular Fall Festival

    Campbellsville University athletics will open its doors Wednesday, Oct. 29 for the second annual CU Tiger Athletics Fall Festival, sponsored by Bluegrass Cellular. The free event is open to all members of the community and will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. EDT at Finley Stadium on the Campbellsville University campus. In case of rain, the event will be moved to the Indoor Practice Facility. Campbellsville University's coaches and student-athletes will host the event with each team having a different theme of costumes. Each team will also host a game. Games include: ping pong ball toss, football toss, duck pond, overhand radar pitch radar station, corn hole game, putting game, hopscotch, Jack-o-Lantern water squirt, sack races, human bowling pin game, soccer ball kicking game and more. This event is for community children only not college age kids.

    CU personnel needed for CU Day at Casey County High School

    Elijah Coffey needs professors, coaches or athletes who would like to help us out recruiting at Casey County next Wednesday, Nov. 5. There is a CU Day at Casey County High School in Liberty, Ky., and need CU personnel to be there and be involved…mainly being ‘faces of CU’ ! Contact Coffey at or call (270) 789-5513 office or (270) 849-5380 cell if you'd like to be involved.

  • Campus Announcements -- Oct. 22, 2014

    Lost wristlet

    Brianna Brown has lost her blue Vera Bradley wristlet. It has her ID and everything in it. Email her if you find it or turn it in to the School of Education building. Email her at

    3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

    The Intro to Sports Management is hosting an event to help fundraise for a charity of their choice. They are doing a 3 on 3 Basketball tournament, Tuesday October 28th in the SAC starting at 6pm. ALL donations go to St. Baldrick's Foundation. $5 entry fee and a prize for the winner. Must sign up and pay by October 26th. To sign up or for more information contact: Madison Clements (270) 407-9624, Travis McIntosh (937) 605-7522, Drew Page (859) 707- 1081, or Shane Williamson (502) 428-1911.

  • Campus Announcements -- Oct. 21, 2014

    Tailgate Tonight for Soccer Team

    Pack the House at Finley Stadium! The School of Business and Economics is sponsoring a tailgate for the soccer team at 6 p.m. behind the Administration Building. There will be no hot dogs, but there will be corn hole and drinks. It's Senior Night when the Tigers play Asbury University at 8 p.m. Everyone is invited. A flier is attached.

    Art of navigating a database

    Kay Alston, public service librarian, will be leading a Student Success Workshop on "The Art of Navigating a Database" at Montgomery Library room 108 from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23. A flier is attached.

    Political Forum coming up tonight on CU campus

    Students in two CU organizations, political science club and history club, are hosting a political forum for the Campbellsville Mayor candidates and the Judge/Executive candidates. The event is Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 7 p.m. in The Gheens Recital Hall.

    The public is invited to attend.

    Email contacts for more information are:
    Dr. Shawn Williams,, and Dr. Wendy Davis,

    Mini Missions Conference

    The Rev. Jeff Palmer, executive director of Baptist Global Response, will meet with students as part of a Mini Missions Conference to discuss relief efforts around the globe. The conference will take place on Thursday, Oct. 23 from 2 p.m. Until 3:30 pm in the Banquet Hall of the BASC. Everyone is invited.

    Purse lost

    Maryann Matheny has lost her little patterned purse. It has her office key on it, her ID card and a yellow lunch card in it. If anyone finds it please call her at (270) 789-5034 or leave at her office in Alumni Building Room 300 leave at the Office of Student Services.

  • Campus Announcements -- Oct. 20, 2014

    Art Presentation today from 3 to 4 p.m.

    Students, faculty and staff,

    The Art department would like to invite you to a presentation by Taren Morse. The presentation will be today the 20th at 3:00pm to 4:00pm in the art center room 102.

    Taren Morse will give a presentation regarding character development for the movie and game industry.  If you are interested in how artists design creatures and characters for the entertainment industry, this presentation is for you.

    Taren Morse is an illustrator and concept artist working on completing her MFA in Concept Illustration at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Her focus involves the visual development of characters, environments, and props for the film and game industry.

    She has studied under many industry professionals including Francis Hsu, who has worked on films such as King Kong, The Avengers, and The Hobbit. Taren works in both traditional and digital media. Her most recent work involves the development of her original fantasy graphic novel, Kindred.

    Looking forward to seeing you at the presentation.

    Steel Band Performance is Oct. 30 not tonight

    The Campbellsville University Steel Band will perform next Thursday, Oct. 30 at 8 p.m., not tonight, in The Gheens Recital Hall. Everyone is welcome.

    Kick-off service for National Adoption Month is Oct. 29

    A kickoff service for National Adoption Month is Wednesday, Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. in Ransdell Chapel. See flier for more information.

    CU-Students for Liberty meeting

    The first CU-Students for Liberty meeting will be Friday, Oct. 24 at  10 a.m. in room AD-28. Contact Dr. Bill Adams, assistant professor of business, for information at or (270) 789-5171.

    Lots of student activities going on!

    From Trent Creason, director of student activities and intramural sports

    There are plenty of activities taking place right off the bat following Fall break. Dodgeball sign ups have been extended to this Friday. Be sure to sign up on This Friday will play host to our annual Down on the Farm event. Be sure to check in the cafeteria this week to get a ticket. Don't miss the PBL Halloween Classic girls Flag football and the Men's Intramural championship game this Sunday @ Finley Stadium. Times will be announced later.  Tigers Den will resume with normal hours today at 11 am. Contact Creason at or (270) 789-5161.

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