About Student Records Services
This page includes information about the many services we provide and the instructions on how to access them. In some instances, links to forms are included for you to print and submit for processing.
Change of Program of Study
If you make changes to your area, major, or minor, submit the Change of Academic Program Form.
To obtain approval for one course to meet the requirement of another, complete the Course Substitution Request Form, obtain your advisor’s signature and the signature of the dean or chair of the course’s discipline. Submit the form to Student Records for processing after the signatures are obtained.
Campbellsville University has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide enrollment verifications. The National Student Clearinghouse can be contacted at:
National Student Clearinghouse
13454 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 300
Herndon, VA 20171
Good Standings Letter
Contact our office during regular business hours to request a Good Standing Letter. We can issue them directly to the student or fax/mail them to another party. A signed form is required with the student’s Social Security Number included in the letter.
Name and Address Changes
Requests for name changes must be submitted in writing to the Office of Student Records and require one of the following documents as verification:
1. Driver’s License
2. Marriage Certificate/License
4. Social Security Card
5. Divorce Decree
Address and Phone Changes
These can be submitted via TigerNET if you have your ID and PIN. Otherwise, use the above form to submit your request.
Note: Changes are screened before being posted. Allow 3-5 business days for processing.
Individuals serving in the U.S. Armed Forces and those who have completed such service are welcome as Campbellsville University students. The Kentucky Approving Agency for Veterans Education (SAA) has approved some programs offered by Campbellsville University for G.I. Bill benefits for veterans and other eligible persons. Eligible students should follow the appropriate application procedures required for their particular service program.
In addition, CU is participating in the Post-911 G.I. Bill Yellow Ribbon Program.
Visiting Student Application
Students who plan to take courses at other schools (typically during the summer) and transfer them back to Campbellsville University, should complete the Visiting Student Application at least one month prior to the start of the course. This process ensures that the course will be accepted by Campbellsville and will meet the specified need for the student. Additionally, it typically simplifies the enrollment process at the visiting school.
Upon successful completion of the Visiting Student Application, a Visiting Student Letter is sent to the visiting school informing them of the student’s good standing.