Campbellsville

Main Campus

Campbellsville, Kentucky, USA

100+ Years, 95-Acres

Legacy: 100+ years in Campbellsville

Facilities: School buildings - Business, Music, Nursing, Library, (many more...). Building architecture is Mid-South/Century with red brick, white steeples, and maroon metal roofs.

Chapel: Ransdell Chapel - commissioned in 2007, this chapel is the centerpiece of CU's campus and the home of prayer and worship. This chapel also serves as a performing arts center.

Sports Complexes: Football, Baseball, Basketball, more...

Regional Centers: Campbellsville, Louisville, Hodgenville, Somerset. Details...

Parks and Recreation: CU's Clay Hill Memorial Forest is a 262-acre educational and research woodland that is being developed by CU's Division of Natural Science as a regional center for environmental education and research. It is located just seven miles from campus.

Landmarks: Green River Lake - a 10,000 acre recreational state park is located five miles from campus.

Distance: Driving distance to Louisville and Lexington 90 minutes. Nashville 2.5 hours. Atlanta or Chicago 6 hours.


Landmarks

Clay Hill | Green River Lake

CU's Clay Hill Memorial Forest - a 262-acre educational and research woodland that is being developed by CU's Division of Natural Science as a regional center for environmental education and research.

Green River Lake - a 10,000 acre recreational state park is located five miles from campus.


Visiting

Downtown Campbellsville - Located one block from CU's main campus is the historic downtown.

Directions: CU's campus is in central Kentucky equally located 1.5 hours from Louisville and Lexington. Nashville is 2.5 hours.