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Campbellsville University to Offer Classes at Clinton Center

Posted On: Friday, July 20, 2018

At the July 16th school board meeting, a delegation from Campbellsville University presented information about the mission of the university and the developing relationship between CU and the Clinton County Board of Education.  They discussed the possibility of offering dual credit, college classes, and certificate programs at the Clinton Center.  A memorandum of understanding was signed to formally establish this partnership.  Pictured here are Board Member Gary Norris, Board Member Jeff Sams, Board Member Goldie Stonecipher, Chair Paula Key, CCHS Principal Stacey Evans, Board Member Kevin Marcum, Superintendent Charlotte Nasief, Dean of Regional Instruction Dr. Eric Carter, Vice President for University Outreach Dr. G. Ted Taylor, Director of Technology Training Center Jason Roop, Campbellsville University Board of Trustees Member Dr. Carol Peddicord, Vice President for Enrollment Services & Associate Professor of Educational Ministries Dr. Shane Garrison, Director of Allied Health Christie Minor, Executive Director of Noe Education Center Angie Travis, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Donna Hedgepath, and Regional Dual Credit Coordinator Chrys Jones.  A sample of potential classes that could be offered at the Clinton Center in the fall is also pictured here. 

At the July 16th school board meeting, a delegation from Campbellsville University presented information about the mission of the university and the developing relationship between CU and the Clinton County Board of Education.

Fall 2018 Dual Credit Classes from Campbellsville University





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