Students who previously attended Campbellsville University may be readmitted in a degree-seeking program if they are in good standing with the institution. A completed APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION FORM and non-refundable $20 fee should be submitted. The Office of Admissions staff will determine the standing of the applicant with the Office of Student Records, Office of Student Services, and Office of Business Services.
Former students with cumulative grade-point averages below the University's minimum standard will be considered individually by the Admissions Committee. A former student who had been suspended for a semester must be approved by the Admissions Committee to be reinstated.
If an individual was a student at any other college or university since last enrolled at Campbellsville University, he or she must arrange for the Office of Admissions to receive an official transcript from each institution attended.
Special Students (see below) are encouraged to use credits earned to obtain desired degrees at Campbellsville University. A Special Student may apply for admission as a degree-seeking student (full- time or part-time) by submitting an APPLICATION FOR ADMISSIONS FORM with non-refundable $20 fee, an official and final high school transcript (or GED test score certificate), an official ACT or SAT score report, and official transcripts from all other colleges and universities previously attended. All credits earned as a Special Student at Campbellsville University may be applied to graduation requirements at the institution.
Community Outreach Program
Student Accepted by Other Accredited Institution
Summer Honors Program Student
Dual Credit Program
Military Personnel and Veterans
Advance Credit Opportunities
The "Community Outreach Program" is for students at other off- campus locations, including factories, schools, churches, and hospitals. To enter this program, a student will take the following steps:
1. Submit an abbreviated APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION FORM.
2. Degree-seeking students will need to complete an application(s) for financial assistance.
3. Provision of high school (or GED score report) and/or college transcript(s), as appropriate, upon completion of nine semester hours as a Campbellsville University student. In coordination with the Office of Student Records, the Office of Continuing Studies will review transcripts and academic progress to determine if continued enrollment is desirable. Each student will receive academic advising and career counseling by Office of Continuing Studies personnel before enrolling for the fourth course as a Campbellsville University student. Degree-seeking students with low grades will be considered by the Admissions Committee.
Anyone 19 years of age or older who desires to take college courses for credit but not in a formal degree program may apply for admissions as a Special Student. Normally, credentials such as transcripts and ACT or SAT score reports will not be required. However, students who have previously attended colleges and universitates should arrange for the Office of Admissions to receive their official transcripts from those institutions. Similarly, individuals who have previously attended Campbellsville University should clearly identify themselves as former students when applying for admission as Special Students to ensure that they receive proper credit. Neither an admission fee nor an enrollment deposit is required from a Special Student. A maximum of two courses may be taken by a Special Student during a regular semester. With satisfactory academic progress, the student will be eligible either to continue enrolling as a Special Student or to follow regular admissions procedures for entering a degree program.
Any person 62 years of age or older who has graduated from high school (or equivalent) may take courses for credit at Campbellsville University with full waiver of tuition cost. No application fee, credentials, and enrollment deposit are required. Additionally, senior scholars may audit (i.e. take without credit) courses free.
An individual not currently admitted to Campbellsville University who wishes to audit a course should submit a completed APPLICATION FOR ADMISSIONS FORM. Prior approval to audit a specific course must be obtained from the instructor of the class and from the Director of Student Records. No application fee, credentials, and enrollment deposit are required from a Auditing Student. A Mature Student (see above) may audit courses free.
A college student registered for a degree program at another accredited institution may be admitted as a Visiting Student at Campbellsville University during any semester or term. An application fee, credentials, and enrollment deposit are not required. However, a letter of permissions from the Registrar of the Visiting Student's college or university must be provided to the Office of Admissions prior to registration.
A recent high school graduate who has been unconditionally accepted by a regionally accredited college or university for admission during the fall semester may be admitted to Campbellsville University during the preceding summer school. The student should submit a completed APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION FORM and a photostatic copy of his/her letter of acceptance from the other college or university. No application fee, credentials, and enrollment deposit are required.
Outstanding high school students who wish to increase their knowledge, enrich their academic backgrounds, and participate in a stimulating introduction to college work are encouraged to seek admission to the Summer Honors Program at Campbellsville University. Such a student who has completed his or her sophomore or junior year in high school with at least an overall 3.0 (B) grade point average and provided with a letter of permission from the high school guidance counselor will be selected as a Summer Honors Program Student. No application fee or enrollment deposit are required.
A student under 19 years of age who attends high school may simultaneously enroll for credit at Campbellsville University. To qualify, an individual must have an overall high school grade point average of 3.0 with 70th percentile or higher on one of the following: the ACT/PSAT/SAT or any nationally recognized, discipline specific placement test. OR A high school grade point average of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale and a 60th percentile or higher on one the above tests. A letter or recommendation from the counselor or principal is required.
Individuals serving in the U.S. Armed Forces and those who have completed such service are welcome as Campbellsville University students. The institution has been approved by the U. S. Government as authorized to receive the G.I. Bill and similar entitlement payments for tuition and fees on behalf of active-duty military personnel and veterans. Such students should follow the appropriate application procedures for entering degree or non- degree programs described above.
Campbellsville University participates in both the Advance Placement Program and the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) of the College Board. Additionally, the University gives advance credit for outstanding ACT and SAT score in English and Mathematics. As a result, entering students have numerous excellent opportunities to obtain advanced credit while receiving substantial tuition savings. Achieving any of the high ACT or SAT scores listed below will result in the following advance credit for an entering degree- seeking student: Standard Score Achieved Advance Credit Course Bypassed ACT 29 in English 3 semester hours English 111 SAT Verbal 630 3 semester hours English 111 ACT 30 in Mathematics 3 semester hours Mathematics 110 SAT Math 580 3 semester hours Mathematics 110.