• Campus Announcements -- Nov. 24, 2015

    Official Operation Christmas Child Boxes more than last year at 7,743

    The official total of shoebox gifts for the Taylor County Relay Center was 7,743 (7,647 was our total from last year).  The Heart of KY Area total is 35,575 (last year’s total was 31,420).   Thanks to everyone who prayed for this awesome ministry and please continue to pray as the boxes are in route to Boone, NC and beyond.  Our area shoeboxes will go to children of Botswana, South Sudan, Rwanda, Ukraine and Colombia.

    A BIG thank you to all who participated by filling a shoebox, loading or unloading a truck or helping in any way with Operation Christmas Child.  We are so thankful for all of the wonderful volunteers (138) that helped us out at the Taylor County Relay Center during collection week.  We had CU students, community/church/youth volunteers and even some volunteers from out of town.

    How wonderful it is to see how everyone in the community comes together for OCC.  We are blessed!

    Sherry Bowen, Taylor County OCC Media Coordinator
    Dr. Marilyn Goodwin, Taylor County OCC Relay Center Coordinator
    Dr. G. Ted Taylor, Taylor County OCC Relay Center Coordinator

    Sport management class holding half court contest Nov. 30

    An introduction to sport management class is holding a half court contest, for a class project, Nov. 30 between the men’s and women’s basketball games in Powell Athletic Center.

    The contest costs $1 per shot. The money collected will be going to the Robinson Creek Baptist Church of Campbellsville.

    Student needs ride to Louisville on Thursday

    A student, Jharna Chaulagain from Napal, needs a ride to Louisville Thursday after 1 p.m. She is meeting some friends from Napal in Louisville near the airport.

    If you can help her, please contact her at (812) 781-2790 or

  • Campus Announcement -- Nov. 23, 2015

    Three point shootout at 6 p.m. today

    There will be a three point shootout held in the SAC today at 6:00. There is no entry fee, however, money donations will be accepted for the Salvation Army. If you could give at all, it would be highly appreciated. We hope to see you there!

  • Campus Announcement -- Nov. 22, 2015

    There will be a Phi Beta Lambda (the business club) meeting Monday at 10:00 in AD 30. For those who can't make it there will be another meeting at 6:00 Monday night. The meeting will be on the top floor of the AD building but the room is TBA. All majors are welcome.

  • Campus Announcements -- Nov. 20, 2015

    Office of Financial Aid Christmas Open House

    The Office of Financial Aid is holding a Christmas Open House from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday, Dec. 7 in suite 17 of the Administration Building. Hot chocolate and cookies will be available. All students, faculty, staff and coaches are welcome.


    You can watch the football game Saturday

    Fighting Tiger football is heading north for the second straight year to play in the NAIA Football Championship Series. Campbellsville will travel to Marian (Ind.) on Saturday, Nov. 21 for a first-round playoff game. Game time is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET at St. Vincent Field.

    The BASC Banquet Hall will host a viewing of the football game on Saturday starting at 1 p.m. Students, faculty, coaches and staff are invited to enjoy the game.

    Who are you thankful for?

    Who are you thankful for? Send them a Thanksgiving card at the Winters Dining Hall on Monday, Nov. 23. The Office of Counseling Services will provide the cards and postage. See flier.


    NAIA Opening Round soccer matches free to students

    NAIA Opening Round soccer matches held at Campbellsville University tomorrow will be free to students who show valid student IDs. The women's game will start at 4 p.m. ET and the men’s to follow at 7 at Citizens Bank Field at Finley Stadium.

  • Campus Announcements -- Nov. 19, 2015

    Kayla Miles has lost some keys on a tag on it that says “white Impala Denise Miles” on the keychain ring from where it was just in the shop and they added that tag to it. Her contact is 502-603-7055.

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