• Campus Announcement -- Nov. 26, 2014

    Christmas Tree Lighting is Dec. 4

    The Student Government Association will be hosting their annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony Thursday, December 4th at 7:00 p.m. on Ransdell Chapel Lawn. There will be Christmas music, and the Baptist Campus Ministry will provide hot chocolate and read the Christmas story.

    Following the ceremony, the BCM will host their annual Christmas Party in the BASC Banquet Hall. There will be games, Christmas movie, etc. The party will start at 8:00 p.m.

  • Campus Announcement -- Nov. 19, 2014

    Staff Management at Amazon in Campbellsville is taking applications for our peak season. We NOW Need part time workers for:
    -- 5:30 pm – 10:30 pm shift on M,T,Th, F
    -- 11 pm – 4:00 am shift on M,T,Th, F
    Pay rates up to $11.15/hr. Applicants should apply ASAP at 103 Laura Sue Humphress Drive in Campbellsville.
    Please call 270-849-2203 with any questions.

    Thank You,
    Angela Cowan
    Recruiting Manager Staff Management
    Office 0125 SDF
    270-849-2203 (o)

  • Campus Announcements -- Nov. 18, 2014

    'Comedy of Errors' canceled

    The children's production, "Comedy of Errors," scheduled for Nov. 21 and 22, has been canceled.

    Congratulations to music students

    The following students received awards at this year's Kentucky Music Teachers Competitions in November.
    The students were awarded the following: Steven Adams (Bardstown, Ky.), First Place, Bluegrass Young Artists Organ;Graduate Piano Ensemble, First Place, Bluegrass Young Artists Piano Ensembles; Hsing-Yi Tsai (Taiwan), Second Place, Music Teachers National Conference Young Artists Piano, Kentucky Division; Han-Yi Huang (Taiwan), First Place, Bluegrass Young Artists Woodwinds; Brittany Sapp (Campbellsville), Second Place, Bluegrass Young Artists Woodwinds; Saori Kataoka (Japan), First Place, Music Teachers National Conference Young Artists Brass, Kentucky Division; and Ian McGuffin (Bardstown, Ky.), First Place, Music Teachers National Conference Young Artists Voice, Kentucky Division. Congratulations to the students and their professors!

    Campbellsville University Fighting Tigers in the NAIA Playoffs!

    From Tim Rogers, instructor in human performance.

    "We’re in the 1st round of the playoffs for only the third time in program history! Congratulations to Coach Perry Thomas and the Fighting Tigers on a GREAT Season! I have contacted a few members and would love to entertain taking a chartered bus to the game this Saturday. Our destination is Chicago, Ill., for our 1st round match up against No. 3 Saint Xavier University, the 2011 NAIA National Champions at 2pm EST, kickoff is at Bruce R. Deaton Memorial Field. If you would be interested please contact me so we can make arrangements to reserve a bus, the cost will depend on how many travel (i.e. 30 travel it would be approximately $75 game ticket into the game included). We would leave Saturday morning and return after the game, an itinerary hasn’t been set but I’m sure we will build in at least one meal during our travel. You may respond to this email or my cell at 270-403-7788.

    Campbellsville Reviews available

    The Campbellsville Review, a journal of the faculty of Campbellsville University, which is published biennially by CU, is available at Montgomery Library. See Dr. Glen Taul, editor of the review.

    Student needs ride to Louisville Airport

    Isaac Padilla needs a ride to the Louisville Airport on Tuesday, Nov. 25 before 9 a.m. His plan leaves at 12:30 p.m. His last resort is a ride on Monday night. Call him at (609) 410-0477 if you can accommodate him.

    Oak Ridge Boys tickets still on sale

    The Oak Ridge Boys Christmas Concert is Monday, Nov. 24 at 8 p.m. Tickets are still available at $60 for general admission and $125 for VIP meet and greet. Call the Office of Development for tickets at (270) 789-5211 or email Karan Page at

  • Campus Announcements -- Nov. 17, 2014

    Dear Students, Faculty, Staff, Coaches and Alumni,

    You are Campbellsville University's best testimony, you are her best ambassadors. It is our sincere hope that you will share this message to all within your reach today…
    "Campbellsville University remains Christ centered and church connected in all that we do. Our roots are firmly planted in Baptist heritage."

    Thank you,
    Dr. Joseph L. Owens,
    Chairman of the Board of Trustees

    House (GER) coming to SAC

    Mongolian students are bringing their traditional house (GER) over this week on campus and having a traditional Mongolian Day. Enclosed is a brochure and flier about the event. This is in conjunction with the International Fair Nov. 19-21. Attached are some fliers explaining about the GER.

    Chili Supper for firefighters

    Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) is hosting a chili supper tomorrow (Tuesday, Nov. 18), to raise support for the Campbellsville firefighters. All students, faculty, staff, and community members are invited to join us in Room 123 of the School of Education building at any time between 11am-1pm. The cost is $5. Come enjoy the meal and support the community! :)

    Change purse found

    A change purse was found in the Badgett Academic Support Center Learning Commons. Please go to office #202 to retrieve it.

  • Campus Announcements -- Nov. 11, 2014

    Shoeboxes due tomorrow

    Please bring your shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child tomorrow Wednesday, Nov. 12 at 10 a.m. at Ransdell Chapel.

    Study Away in Washington, D.C. this summer

    If you are interested in doing a Study Away in Washington D.C. this summer, attend the informational this Friday at 10am!

    CU Away! Study Program
    Summer 2015
    Informational Meeting Nov. 14th
    Druien Room 1, 10 AM
    -Round trip transportation from CU’s main campus to DC
    - Apartment living in DC from May 24th – June 21st
    - Tickets and passes to University approved programs & Metro passes included
    - 6 credit hours

    Utilize DC as a learning resource for classes offered:
    -Art 320: Photography
    -Pol 480: Policy and Policy Making
    -Soc 480 Sociology of Urban Poverty

    Approximately $2,700 + personal expenses
    See attachment.

    Lost keys

    Andrew Lissik has lost his keys at Winters Dining Hall. They are on a maroon and white lanyard that says "I Love Bowling," and they have a red card case on them with his ID as well as dorm and post office key. If found, please contact him at

    Chili Supper

    Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) is hosting a chili supper on Tuesday, Nov. 18, to raise support for the Campbellsville firefighters. All students, faculty, staff, and community members are invited to join us in Room 123 of the School of Education building at any time between 11am-1pm. The cost is $5. Come enjoy the meal and support the community!

    Sale at bookstore

    Attention Faculty and Staff

    Stop by the Bookstore and enjoy 25% off ALL fleece school spirit apparel, including Under Armour! This includes unisex hoods, crews, quarterzips, fullzips, , fleece tops and bottoms. This promotion is through 11-23-14 and is both in-store and online.

    Donna Wright
    Store Manger
    Barnes & Noble College #077
    Campbellsville University Bookstore
    1 University Drive
    Campbellsville, KY 42718

    Art Club is selling Christmasgrams and bowls

    The Art Club is selling Christmasgrams and $10 handmade bowls outside the café Nov.10th-21st and Dec 1st- 3rd. They are trying to make enough money for a field trip to Chicago in the spring. "The bowls are really nice and ten bucks for one filled with candy canes is a real bargain," Davie Reneau, associate professor of art, said. She invites everyone to stop in.

    Keys lost

    A set of keys have been lost. They are on a maroon lanyard that says "H.O.L.A" with a Vera Bradley wallet attached. Anna Elise Bauer has lost the keys. Contact her at or (502) 418-3977 if you find them.

    International Student Fair is Nov. 19

    The International Students (ISA) would like to invite all students and the community to be part of their "Iternational Week'" Nov. 19-21. An International Student Fair is Wednesday, Nov. 19 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Student Activities Center. Everyone is invited. To see more events to go:

    Earring found

    A pearl/imitation pearl earring has been found. If it's yours, contact Daniel Rogers at

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