• Campus Announcement -- March 5, 2015

    The You are Beautiful (body image) workshop scheduled for tonight in the banquet hall is cancelled.

  • Campus Announcement -- March 4, 2015

    Merry Bachka, an international student, needs a ride to the Louisville airport on Friday, March 6 at any time. Merry wants to know if anyone is going to Louisville who would offer transportation or share a taxi. Contact Merry at

  • Campus Announcements -- March 2, 2015

    Tigers Den spring break hours

    CLOSED: 3/7-3/8
    OPEN 3/9-3/15 4PM-8PM​

    Trent Creason
    Director of Student Activities and Intramural Sports
    Phone: 270-789-5161

    Student loses Beats headphones

    A student, Golden Weli, has lost a red/black set of Beats headphones.

    He lost them last Wednesday in the computer room in the School of Education Building.

    If you find them, contact him at (270) 421-6089 or

    Blake Young offering to take riders

    Blake Young is offering to take up to two students to Georgia or the Atlanta airport Friday,  March 6. He is a senior and lives in Marietta, Ga., and is leaving at around Friday.


  • Campus Announcements -- Feb. 25, 2015

    Presentation on game design is tomorrow

    The Art & Design department would like to invite you to a presentation on game design.

    Mr. Devin Morse will give his presentation at 2:00 on Thursday (tomorrow) the 26th in the Art & Design Department.

    Devin Morse is an independent game developer.  He earned his BFA in Game Design at the Academy of Art University, San Francisco. He studied under various game developers such as David Goodwine, Casey Holtz, and Steven Goodale. Mr. Goodwine’s credits include “The Mexican” starring Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts and The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King PC Game. Mr. Goodale has worked on several 3DO games such as Army Men: Sarge’s Heroes. Mr. Holtz has worked on various Tomb Raider games and is a lead designer on an independent game called Jump Tanks.

    Devin Morse is currently working with Casey Holtz as an Animator for Jump Tanks. In addition, Devin is the lead developer for two independent games currently in development: “The Initiative” for PC and “DAM! The Official Anti-Beaver Game” for mobile. Devin has also created a short online game, “Steel Rain”, that can be played on

    All faculty, staff, and students are welcome to join us.  If you are interested in game design and how the industry develops game art, this is your opportunity.

    William Morse
    Associate Professor
    Graphic Design/Animation

    '39 Steps' opens tomorrow

    The Alfred Hitchcock mystery, comedy, "The 39 Steps," opens tomorrow night! You don't want to miss this hilarious production. Make reservations by calling 789-5266. Tickets will also be sold online or at the door while supplies last. CU students will be admitted free of charge but are encouraged to make a reservation.

    For the full list of show times and online tickets sales, visit

    Enjoy the show!

  • Campus Announcements -- Feb. 24, 2015

    Lidiane Macedo needs roommate

    Lidiane Macedo, a Campbellsville University graduate music student, needs a housemate for her house. She lives on North Central in a house with: 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, living room, kitchen and laundry. Near to music building. Need as soon as possible.​ Contact her on email or on facebook lili macedo

    National Alliance on Mental Illness coming to CU

    The National Alliance on Mental Illness is coming to Campbellsville University. It's an organization that works to educate and advocate mental health topics on campus while reducing the stigma associated with mental illness. 

    You can join Campbellsville university Facebook group if interested or call (270) 789-5358 or email

    Lost keys

    Irell Patterson has lost her keys. They are two keys with a black whistle and black CU lanyard connected to a grey drawstring clip. If anyone finds them they can call her at (270)498-3713 or email her at

    Lexington Career Fair is Thursday

    The Lexington Spotlight Career Fair  for upcoming Graduates & Internship job seekers --is this Thursday,  Feb 26, from 2 to 6 pm.  This is a great opportunity to meet/network  with many job recruiters in various career fields.    You may drive on your own or Van transportation provided, but seating  limited. All attendees must register in advance with CU Career Services in  BASC 206—or call 270-789-5192 for more info.  Check out all attending employers at: .  Vans will depart from CU (in front of the SAC) for Lexington at 12:15 p.m. and return to CU by 7:30 p.m.     

    Thanks from Dr. Mike Page, dean of College of Arts and Sciences and professor of biology

    To the CU family,

    I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincerest thanks for the prayers and well wishes bestowed upon me and my family during my recent stay in the hospital.  I am convinced that they helped to make the difference that pushed me toward a successful recovery. I have returned to the office this week for 1/2 day periods and I hope to be back full time and resume full time duties next week.  This is truly a blessed place, and I am extremely blessed to work here amongst you.

    Mike Page

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