Announcements

  • Campus Announcement -- May 25, 2016

    Allison Garrett, student account clerk in the Office of Business Services, left a ring in the bathroom behind the Starbucks Kiosk in Davenport Student Commons. It has a gold wavy band with a pearl on top. If you have found it, please contact her at (270) 789-5203 or at lagarrett@campbellsville.edu.

     

  • Campus Announcements -- May 19, 2016

    Bug Night, scheduled at Clay Hill Memorial Forest for Saturday, May 21, has been rescheduled to Thursday, May 26 at 7 p.m. due to the wet weather.

     

    The activities are geared toward younger kids - preschool to 2nd grade -- but it is open to all age groups!  

     

    See flier for more information.

  • Campus Announcement -- May 18, 2016

    The following information is from Debbie Carter:

     

    “Thank you to all who inquired about the Israel trip.  CU was invited to participate on a very limited basis.  This opportunity is subsidized and by invitation only to specific universities.  We were blessed to be one of those universities. Unfortunately all of the spots have now been filled. However, because there was such an overwhelming interest from our faculty and staff there will be discussions from the group leaders in August when the Ignite America conference is held on our campus as to the possibility of organizing another opportunity for CU.  Thank you again for your interest.”

  • Campus Announcement -- May 17, 2016

    Trip to Israel at affordable rate

     

    A trip to Israel is opening up at an affordable rate for CU faculty and staff, according to Debbie Carter, first lady of Campbellsville University.

     

    The trip is $500 plus airfare to New York. It’s all inclusive except for souvenirs and personal items. Flights, lodging, program costs, meals are all included – for free.

     

    The trip is led by Judy and Jerry Ball who also sponsor Ignite America.

     

    Mrs. Carter said they would love to have several faculty/staff go from CU. She said it is short notice but a very affordable trip to Israel with experienced leaders.

     

    The trip is June 20-28 for senior college/university leadership and faculty. It will be a bit higher end, yet a shorter more condensed version than the student trips. The goal is to take school leadership who can then recruit a bus or partial bus of students for next year.

     

    A brochure, that explains the student trips, is attached.

     

    If you are interested, contact Mrs. Carter at dwcarter@campbellsville.edu, and she will put you in contact with the appropriate people.

     Student_Info_PDF_Passages.pdf

  • Campus Announcements -- May 11, 2016

    Congrats to Dr. Matt and Natalie Oliver!

     

    Congratulations to Dr. Matt and Natalie Oliver on the birth of their second daughter, Margaret Ellen “Maggie” Oliver. She was born at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon on May 10 at 8:19 a.m. She was 6 pounds, 11 ounces at birth. She joins her sister, Lucy, 2 ½ years old. Mother and baby are doing well. Matt is an associate professor of English at Campbellsville University.

     



     

    Face-to-face New Testament class

     

    Attention all undergrad students. There is an Introduction to New Testament class being offered beginning Monday, May 16 through June 4 from 9 a.m. until noon in Druien Hall. The face-to-face class is MTWRF. It is a three-week course. The School of Theology does not always offer a face-to-face summer term class so they wanted you to be aware it was being offered.


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