Frequently Asked Questions and Knowledge Base

Do you have questions? Need quick answers? See if your questions appear here.

No luck? Call us at 888-673-9160. E-mail us at mcuhelp@campbellsville.edu.

Is Campbellsville University accredited?

Yes. Campbellsville University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award certificates, associate, bachelors, and masters degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1865 Southern Lane Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the status of Campbellsville University.

How can I get my credits evaluated?

You must apply for admission first. (There is no charge; we've waived the fee.) You must then provide copies of all your transcripts. Unofficial copies are acceptable for evaluation.

How long will it take to have my credits evaluated?

48-72 hours is our goal. We are striving to give students the most accurate evaluation as quickly as possible. Given the high volume of interest from MCU students, we ask for your patience.

What is the tuition rate?

Rates vary depending on where you take your course and what kind of courses you take.

A full list of tuition and fees is available on our website. If you have questions, please call Brooke Gupton in Financial Aid or Donna Wilson in Business Services.

Where can I take CU courses?

We offer courses at our main campus, at our regional centers (Louisville, Somerset), and online.

Our websites provide lists of main campus, and regional/online programs.

Does Campbellsville University have a formal "teach-out" agreement with MCU?

Yes. On June 7th, 2014 all students who attended MCU in the 2013-14 academic year became eligible to apply for admission to CU under "teach out" parameters. Please review thoroughly the Teach-Out document. Certain limitations apply.

Will my credits transfer?

All MCU courses will transfer. Most credits will transfer, yes. There are certain types of courses (developmental, remedial) that do not transfer and there is a maximum number of credits that can transfer.

What type of academic calendar does CU use?

We use the semester as the standard term. Fall and spring semesters are 16 weeks in length. We also over six bi-terms that are 8-weeks long. Certain graduate programs operate on five 9-week terms.

When can I start classes?

Start when you choose*. The 2014-15 fall term begins August 25th. 

NOTE: MCU students who which to enroll under the teach-out plan must start classes before April 15, 2015. 

*Your admissions file must be complete before you start classes and receive awarded financial aid disbursements.

Can any former MCU student participate in the teach-out opportunity?

No. Only those student who were enrolled in MCU after July 1, 2013 (the 2013-14 academic year) are eligible.

MCU Students Majoring in Psychology and Counseling

While CU does not offer this particular degree, we do offer a number of options on our main campus, regional centers, and online.Your best option depends upon your career goals and plans for post-baccalaureate study.

Of particular interest is the Criminal Justice area* that leads to the Bachelor of Science degree.This area includes several psychology courses and offers you a way to take best advantage of your course work at MCU. We offer it in Campbellsville, Louisville, Somerset, and online.

This will work best for student who are freshman, sophomores, or juniors. However, any interested MCU student should contact a transfer counselor.

* An area is like a major, but has more hours and requires no minor.