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Campbellsville University’s Hannah Rash named assistant director of admissions at Louisville Education Center

Campbellsville University’s Hannah Rash named assistant director of admissions at Louisville Education Center
Hannah Rash

By Joan C. McKinney, director, Office of University Communications

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Hannah Rash has been promoted to assistant director of admissions for the graduate business programs at the Louisville Education Center (LEC), according to an announcement from Dr. Jay Conner, executive director of graduate business at the LEC.

In her new role, Rash will oversee the admissions process for the graduate business programs starting with the reception of student application through to enrollment. Rash will report to Conner.

Rash was employed in the banking industry for four years prior to beginning her work at Campbellsville’s LEC, serving in various capacities for First and Farmers Bank in Columbia, Ky., United Citizens Bank in Columbia, Ky. and Incenta Federal Credit Union in Aberdeen, Ohio.

She also worked in the utility industry for five years, serving at Louisville Gas and Electric in Lexington, Ky.

She started her career with Campbellsville in August of 2017 by serving as the LEC’s director of first impressions; (first at the LEC East campus then moving to the LEC South campus). She was next promoted to the position of admissions specialist in January 2018.

Prior to her recent promotion to assistant director, she served as the admissions coordinator for the graduate business programs.

Rash is also a designated school official (DSO) and uses her knowledge and understanding of international education to “ensure that Campbellsville provides superior customer service to all our applicants and students,” Conner said.

Rash is a graduate of Campbellsville and received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 2020. She is pursuing her Master of Business Administration (MBA) at Campbellsville University, with emphasis on human resources management.

Rash is married to Cameron Rash, and they have two daughters, Alyssa and Kyla The family enjoys scrapbooking, swimming and most outdoors activities.

Rash is the daughter of Linda Beal of Columbia, Ky., who formerly taught at Campbellsville University, and the late James Beal. She is a 2004 graduate of Taylor County High School.

Campbellsville University is a widely acclaimed Kentucky-based Christian university with more than 13,500 students offering over 100 programs of study including Ph.D., master, baccalaureate, associate, pre-professional and certification programs. The website for complete information is