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CU International Student Organization To Host Diversity and Cultural Fair

The Cumberland University International Student Organization will host a Diversity and Cultural Fair from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on April 11 in Baird Chapel. The event will consist of Pastor Darrin Reynolds opening the fair with a short speech regarding the importance of acceptance and building community. Attendees will be able to interact with Read More

Staff Spotlight: Shelby Shelton

With the return of the Phoenix Marching Band last fall, Band Director Wayne Ray isn’t just recruiting prospective students. This semester, he’s added Assistant Band Director Shelby Shelton to the group. As the Assistant Director for the Phoenix Marching Band, Shelton’s focus is to assist Ray with rehearsals, performances and writing music – specifically for Read More

Student Spotlight: Eryca Henry

Getting real-world experience is a surefire way for students to capitalize on what they’ve learned in the classroom. Just ask senior accounting major Eryca Henry, who spent last summer interning in the accounting department with the indirect tax team at Cracker Barrel headquarters. She was selected out of 300 applicants to spend two months of Read More

Cumberland University and the Tyler McChurch Memorial Foundation to Award Scholarships to Wilson County High School Graduates

Cumberland University and the Tyler McChurch Memorial Foundation announced today plans to award up to $20,000 in scholarships to students attending Cumberland University. The scholarships will be awarded by the Tyler McChurch Memorial Foundation, a restricted fund at Cumberland, to Wilson County high school graduates attending Cumberland in the 2019-2020 academic year. Proceeds from the Read More

Six CU Alumni Named Wilson County Teacher of the Year Nominees

Wilson County Motors and CedarStone Bank announced the 21st Annual Wilson County Teacher of the Year nominees – among them are six Cumberland University alumni: Elysia Stover, Coles Ferry Elementary: Stover received her undergraduate degree at Cumberland in Elementary Education Traditional Student Teaching. Brooke Carr, Springdale Elementary: Carr was on the graduate alternative path and Read More

5 Things Students Should Do During Their Last Semester

Between working on upper-level coursework and preparing for your next steps, the final semester of college can go by fast! Don’t forget to enjoy all of the great things about being on campus. Here are five things you should do in your last semester: 1. Visit your favorite places on and off campus. You’ve made Read More

The Tennessee Promise at Cumberland University

What is the Tennessee Promise Program? Tennessee Promise is both a scholarship and mentoring program focused on increasing the number of students that attend college throughout Tennessee. While removing the financial burden is key, a critical component of Tennessee Promise is the individual guidance each participant will receive from a mentor who will assist the Read More

7 Questions To Ask On Your Campus Visit

Thinking about visiting Cumberland University? We want to meet you! First, you’ll need to schedule a campus visit: You may have many questions about the Cumberland campus experience. Visiting campus is often the best way to get your questions answered and catch a glimpse into life at CU. Make the most of your visit Read More

Student Spotlight: Binh Ngo

Senior Accounting major Binh Ngo knows how to make the most of the college experience. In just three and a half years, Ngo’s made his mark on the Cumberland campus by serving various leadership roles in organizations such as Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society, Phi Beta Lambda, Pride Alliance, Best Buddies, Alpha Lambda, and Read More

CU alum to debut short film, “Anamnesis”

Cumberland University alum Josh McCausland will debut his short film “Anamnesis” at 6 p.m. this Saturday in Chattanooga. The event will include a reception, a screening of the film and a guided discussion. McCausland completed his BFA at Cumberland University in 2015 with a major in Entertainment Design and a minor in film studies. He Read More