CAMPBELLSVILLE – Campbellsville University is once again named to the top 100 of top regional universities in the South, according to the U.S. News & World Report rankings.
“Campbellsville University has once again ranked among the top regional universities in the South by U.S. News & World Report,” Michael Carter, in his 17th year as CU president, said in a university news release. “We are proud and honored to be listed among the top 100 regional universities in the South,” he said.
CU has been ranked in U.S. News’ “America’s Best Colleges” 23 consecutive years.
Carter said CU is moving forward in the ongoing implementation of “Vision 2025 – Preparing Christian Servant Leaders,” which is the institution’s blueprint for the future.
Carter said CU’s remaining in the top 100 of regional universities of the South is a tribute to the “excellent” progress in the enhancement of academic excellence, student engagement and fulfilling the historic mission of serving a diverse student population.
Carter said Campbellsville University is constantly improving and upgrading facilities, along with academic programs. A new wrestling building is soon to be opened.
Campbellsville now has a new academic program: Bachelor of Fine Arts.
The university has a Bachelor of Social Work program available fully online beginning this year.
The Master of Marriage and Family Therapy is seeking national accreditation this year, which will allow Campbellsville graduates to practice outside Kentucky.
The university has 145 full-time faculty members. Ninety-seven or 63.8 percent hold terminal degrees, and 59 or 38.8 percent are tenured faculty members. (KPNS)