An Autumn Evening in Derby City! 🍁🍂 Presented by the Campbellsville University Advancement Board to raise funds for our scholarships to help us continue to make Christian Higher Education affordable! https://www.flickr.com/…/campbells…/albums/72157711700870033
Monday through Friday: 11am-1pm Sunday: 2pm-5pm *Closed for Thanksgiving November 27th-30th* **Entry Cost: FREE with CU ID, Without CU ID $1 – please pay Lifeguard For questions and information on Private Swim Lessons, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 270-789-5260
Students who complete their FAFSA at a FAFSA workshop on campus or can show confirmation of filing to the Office of Financial Aid by Dec 2 will receive Convo credit and be entered into a drawing for a variety of prizes.
Thursday, October 17 6:30 p.m. Class of 1959 Reunion – Chowning Executive Dining Room Members of the class of 1959 are invited to attend a dinner in your honor as we celebrate your 60th class reunion. Alumni from previous classes are invited to attend. Please call the Office of Alumni at (270) 789-5216 to RSVP. 7:00 […]
We are seven days into the trip and have enjoyed visiting numerous locations thus far! So far this week we have toured the Newseum, a museum dedicated to journalism and media, we had lunch with CNN Senior White House Correspondent, Joe Johns, met with the communications director of Arlington before touring the cemetery and toured […]
Students were allowed a free day to explore destinations of their choice on Sunday and many students chose to wander through the National Zoo. While they weren’t visiting a media specific location, they still turned the experience into a learning one as they practiced photography with subjects that sit still for no one. Some […]
Over the last two days students have visited numerous locations throughout the capital including the National Archives and the Smithsonian National American History Museum. Each experience resonates differently for every individual and different lessons are taken away from the locations visited. Each day students submit blog posts that discuss the impacts that have been made […]
Today students had the opportunity to explore the National Mall including the monuments, museums and memorials. They broke up into smaller groups and toured various spots including the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. Mass Communication student Ariel Emberton said, “Visiting the […]