• Campus Announcements -- March 30, 2015

    Holy Week services this week

    Please help spread the word and fill Ransdell Chapel this coming Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings for the celebration of Holy Week. Each of the three nightly services begins at 7 p.m. EST.

    Each night is a different service to recount the last week of the life of Jesus Christ on earth -- His entrance into Jerusalem, His persecution and His death on the cross. This is a time of reflection before celebrating His Resurrection on Easter Sunday. Please see flier.

    A flier by Rev. Pamela Buford is attached for sharing by email or printing and handing out.

    Blood Drive is April 23

    The next American Red Cross Blood Drive is scheduled for Thursday, April 23 in the Student Activities Center  Donors can sign up by contacting Jennifer Richerson, secretary for the School of Nursing, at or (270) 789-5155 or by visiting and signing up online.

    Formal Tickets available

    Starting tomorrow, SGA will have formal tickets available in the Office of Student Services. They will also be in the Winters Dining Hall lobby during lunch on Tuesday and Thursday this week, and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday  this week.

    Business Ethics lecture

    Dr. Bill Adams, assistant professor of business, will present a Business Ethics lecture at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday  March 31 at the Banquet Hall. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Convocation credit will be given. See flier.

    Summer Job Opportunity on Campus!

    Are you a certified Lifeguard?

    Are you interested in staying on campus for the summer?

    Do you love working with kids?

    The CU Pool Director is seeking energetic individuals interested in being summer Lifeguards. This position includes room and board for the summer!

    Those interested should email Coach Casey Smith @ or stop by her office (Powell 107) ASAP to express interest and for more information!

    Have you ever thought about learning Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Pro software?

    Have you ever thought about learning Video Editing with the industry standard Adobe Premiere Pro software for fun or for adding to your resume?? Student or Teacher?? There will be a JumpStart Workshop to Video Editing On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 from 6:30pm-8pm in the BASC Banquet Hall. It will be hosted by CU Adobe Student Rep, Elvis-Obukowho Ufuoma. AND the best part, IT'S FREE!! You will learn the 10 things beginners want to learn how to do in Video Editing and more. You will go through a video project from start to finish.

    1) You need to download the FREE copy of Adobe Premiere Pro from this link:​
    2) Bring a Laptop Along.
    3) Video files for editing will be provided at the workshop.

    Join the facebook group to get more updates at CU ADOBE 2015:

    Any Questions??
    Contact: Elvis-Obukowho Ufuoma

  • Campus Announcement -- March 30, 2015

    To Students

    Herff Jones will be at the Barnes & Noble Campbellsvillle University Bookstore today from 10:00 a.m. until 2 p.m. to take ring orders and graduation invitation orders. You can also pick up your cap and gowns.

  • Campus Announcement -- March 28, 2015

    Zach Wright has lost some keys.

    They are on a green whistle lanyard. There are two different Ford keys on them along with many other keys. There is also a black master lock on the key chain as well. If found please call or text (270) 932-1014.

    If someone finds them and turns them in there will be a reward.

  • Campus Announcements -- March 27, 2015

    Color to Conquer postponed until April 19

    Color To Conquer, scheduled for tomorrow, has been rescheduled for Sunday, April 19 at 3 p.m. at Miller Park because of predicted 23 degree morning temperature tomorrow.

    Interested in being a mentor?

    If you are interested in being a mentor pick up your application in the School of Theology at Sherry Bowen's office. Applications are due April 8 and interviews will begin April 13. We are looking for upperclassman applicants only. A flier is attached.

    Lost your dorm key?

    A residence hall key was found outside of the Hawkins Building. It is a single key on a green lanyard.  It is at the desk in the Hawkins Building if it's yours.

  • Campus Announcements -- March 25, 2015

    Lost umbrella

    A Mary Kay pink polka dot umbrella was left in Ransdell Chapel today following chapel. If it's yours, you can pick it up in the Office of Student Services, which is the official CU lost and found station.

    Percussion Ensemble to give concert tomorrow

    The Campbellsville University Percussion Ensemble will present its spring concert, "Soundscapes," this Thursday, March 26 at 8 p.m. in The Gheens Recital Hall. Admission is free and everyone is invited to attend. A wide array of percussion instruments will be used to create the multiple soundscapes, from xylophones and vibraphones to steel drums, snare drums, and ocean drums. Also featured on the program will be the CU Honors Percussion Ensemble.

    Color to Conquer 5K/Walk is Saturday

    Our Color to Conquer 5k/walk community challenge to shape up for health and fitness is Saturday,  March 28.  Registration is 7:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. at Miller Park tennis courts. Cost is $20 for students. Grab a friend and add a splash of color to your day.

    Ride to Louisville needed for March 31

    CU student Batsukh "Merry" Baldansenge needs a ride to Louisville March 31 after 3 p.m. She can pay for the ride and can be reached at

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