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Skip Ford Wants to Help Students Who Struggle Financially
Lawrence "Skip" Ford credits Campbellsville University with helping him grow emotionally, mentally and spiritually. Now, he and his wife, Diane, are investing in future students with a gift. Read More

A Life of Honesty
While Elaine Akin is not a Campbellsville University graduate, she became interested in the university through their friendship with Dr. H.M. Coker and his wife, Mary Ellen. Seeing how God was working in the lives of students and how His love was so evident in those they met, they became faithful members of the President's Club.  Read More

Campbellsville Experience Leads to Life of Service
As a teenager, Mickey Martin trusted Christ as her Savior and made a commitment to give her life in service to the Lord. Her favorite verse is John 10:10, where Jesus said, "I have come that you might have life and have it more abundantly."  Read More

Recent Graduate Finds Calling at Campbellsville
My name is Heather Graham. I recently graduated from Campbellsville University with my bachelor's in Social Work. I cannot even begin to explain the impact that this university and educational experience has had on my life.  Read More

In His Words
In his own words, senior Marcus Rodgers says "thank you" to all of the donors who helped provide a vast amount of scholarship money so that he could attend Campbellsville University debt-free.  Read More

Passing Down a Giving Heart
Instilling the importance of having a giving heart early on in life, Betty and her granddaughter, Lindy, have embraced the ideal that "it is more blessed to give than to receive."  Read More

Extending the Caring Spirit at Campbellsville College
Paula Settle included a gift in her will to Campbellsville to recognize the positive impact the college had on her life.  Read More

Investing in the Next Generation of Christ's Ambassadors
"Skip" and Diane Ford are celebrating their cherished memories of CU by using their estate to invest in the university and support the next generation's Christian leaders through a planned gift.  Read More

Couple Give Back to Help Campbellsville University Students
God provided a small window of opportunity for Carmen and Craig Curtiss to meet and to decide to become husband and wife. Both happened to be at Fort Knox, Kentucky, where Carmen worked as a librarian and Craig was a soldier serving as a mental health counselor at the stockade. They married just before Craig was re-assigned to Germany, and Carmen later joined him.  Read More

Scholarship Provides for Ministerial Students in Need
Touched by the commitment of ministerial students who struggled financially, Virginia Best has established a scholarship to help ensure that young people called to the Gospel ministry will not be hindered by a lack of funds.  Read More

Gift Allows Couple to Protect Family, Help Valued Causes
Dr. W.R. and Janet Davenport have chosen Campbellsville University—a cause "dear to our hearts"—for the distribution of their estate funds through a charitable remainder trust. The gift ensures the couple can provide for heirs and support CU.  Read More

CU Alumnus Honors Professor Who Inspired His Teaching Career
Grateful for the inspiration to teach and lessons learned from retired Campbellsville University professor Harlie White, Donald Clayton has included a bequest in his will to support the Harlie White Scholarship Fund in his honor.  Read More

Fair Scholarship "Gives You Wings to Fly"
Mattie Fair has this to say about education: "It gives you wings to fly to places you never dreamed possible when you start your journey as a 17 or 18-year-old freshman." Through a scholarship that honors her late husband, she is helping give students their wings.  Read More

Gift Ensures CU Influences Future Students' Lives
Anna Mary Hack Byrdwell supports Campbellsville University because "I never considered going anywhere else," she says.  Read More

When I Needed It Most
The summer before my senior year at Campbellsville University, my dad lost his job because of the economy. I wasn't sure where I would be financially, but I had hoped God would provide a little here and there to help my family pay for my education.  Read More

Mary Ellen Coker Continues to Support Campbellsville University
Mary Ellen Coker supports Campbellsville University because she says it's "our" institution.  Read More

Jeanette Conner: Her Legacy Gift
Jeanette Conner, a 1979 graduate of Campbellsville College, grew up in southwestern Virginia loving to learn.  Read More

Jacqueline Nix Honors Her Father and Helps CU Grow Its Endowment
When Jacqueline Sue Nix ’63 made a decision to honor the memory of her father, the Rev. Thomas C. Nix, it was with the donation of a charitable gift annuity to Campbellsville University.  Read More

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