Caitlin Vaughn, Author at Cumberland University

Author Caitlin Vaughn

Welcome Letter from President Stumb

Welcome! I am delighted you have chosen to attend Cumberland University. Transitioning to college life can be a bit overwhelming, and I want to make sure you have the tools you need to be successful throughout your college career and beyond. Cumberland is a tight knit community, and we’re excited that you are now part Read More

Move-In Checklist

As move-in day is quickly approaching, here’s a helpful checklist for what to bring to your new home at CU. Use this list as a guideline when packing. Move-In Checklist-2020Download Read More

Campus Reopening FAQs

When do classes start with the adjusted academic calendar?  The first day of classes is Monday, August 17. You can view the academic calendar here: cumberland.edu/calendar/academic-calendar/.  How does the A/B schedule work? To limit the total volume of students on campus, all undergraduate students will be divided into an A group and a B group. Read More

Cumberland Announces Campus Reopening Plan

Cumberland University released its comprehensive Campus Reopening Plan today for the Fall 2020 semester. The plan includes a hybrid model for all courses, splitting students into two groups to limit the total volume of students on campus at one time. The plan is available to the public, and can be accessed on the Cumberland University’s Read More

Cumberland to Revise Academic Calendar for Fall 2020 Semester

Cumberland University announced today that in response to ongoing concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the university will alter the academic calendar for the fall semester.  The Cumberland Campus Reopening Planning (CROP) Team has been meeting regularly to make plans for opening the campus as safely as possible in August. In response to concerns including Read More

Cumberland Celebrates Largest Graduating Class in 178-Year History

Cumberland University hosted its 178th Commencement Ceremony, celebrating the largest graduating class in school history in a graduate-only ceremony on Sat., June 20. The 2019-2020 academic year began with the school’s largest total enrollment and concluded with a Commencement Ceremony honoring 615 graduates, the largest number in the university’s 178 year history. Only graduates were Read More

Supreme Court Votes to Uphold Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

Cumberland University stands with DACA recipients after encouraging Supreme Court decision Today, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision allowing the continuation of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). DACA is an immigration policy that provides protection from deportation, the ability to work in the United States and enabled approximately half a million undocumented students to enroll Read More

Spring 2020 FOCUS Student Art Show

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our Spring 2020 FOCUS Student Art Show went virtual. You can now virtually walk through a gallery of our students’ art work from the 2019-2020 school year through this fantastic presentation created by the SHEA School! Click the button below to view the gallery and click “Present”. Click Here to View Read More

Cumberland Announces Annual Phoenix Ball to be Postponed to June 2021

Cumberland University announced today that the Phoenix Ball will be postponed to June 5, 2021 in response to COVID-19. The event was previously scheduled for June 6, 2020, and was later rescheduled to August 1, 2020 due to the pandemic.  The decision was made by CU officials to ensure the safety and health of donors Read More

Cumberland Announces Staci Galentine as Vice President for Advancement

Cumberland University announced today that Staci Galentine will transition into the role of Vice President for Advancement effective June 1.  Galentine assumed the role of Interim Vice President for Advancement in January 2020.  President Paul C. Stumb is confident in Galentine’s ability to lead the department. “Over her last two years at Cumberland, Staci has Read More