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Cumberland University Announces Completion of the Dr. H Bert Coble Memorial Instrument Maintenance Endowment Fund

The Cumberland University Office of Advancement announced today that the Dr. H. Bert Coble Memorial Instrument Maintenance Endowment Fund has been fully funded at the goal of $120,000. The endowed fund was established by Mrs. Sue Coble following the installation of a custom-built pipe organ named in honor of her late husband, Professor Emeritus Dr. Read More

Cumberland Announces Plans for Fall 2021 Semester, Including Tuition Freeze

Cumberland University announced today plans to freeze tuition costs for the 2021-2022 academic year. Tuition for a full-time freshman student for the academic year beginning in Fall 2021 will be $24,336, a zero percent increase from Fall 2020. In addition, Cumberland University intends to welcome students back to campus fully on ground for the Fall Read More

Cumberland Announces Lynne Jordan Memorial Scholarship

Cumberland University is proud to announce a new scholarship in memory of former Cumberland University Bowling Coach Lynne Jordan.  Lynne Jordan coached the Cumberland University men’s and women’s bowling teams from 2016-2020. Jordan led the men and women to a combined five top-10 finishes and most recently led the men’s team to the Mid-South Conference Read More

Cumberland Announces New Terry Holcomb Endowed Scholarship

Cumberland University is proud to announce the newly created Terry Holcomb Endowed Scholarship. This scholarship was created by Wendy Holcomb Burch,  Jimmy Holcomb and David Holcomb in honor of their late father, Terry Holcomb.  Holcomb was a beloved faculty member at Cumberland University until his death in 2011. He served as President of Holcomb Trading Read More

Annual Tyler McChurch Memorial Foundation Golf Tournament Presented by Cumberland Raises Over $28K

Cumberland University announced today that its annual Tyler McChurch Memorial Foundation Golf Tournament raised $28,200 for student scholarships as well as community giving.  The Tyler McChurch Memorial Foundation was established in 2014 by the McChurch family in memory of their son, Tyler, who lost his life in a tragic car accident at the age of Read More

Cumberland Announces Fall 2020 Dean’s List

Cumberland University congratulates the following 638 students for their outstanding accomplishment and inclusion on the 2020 Fall Dean’s List. This honor is reserved for students who have achieved a GPA of 3.5 or higher on all classes attempted and is compiled at the conclusion of each academic semester. Fall 2020 Deans ListDownload Read More

CU Raises Over $41,000 on GivingTuesday

Cumberland University announced today that thanks to many generous donors, $41,054 was raised towards the Ignite the Vision major gifts initiative on GivingTuesday. This far exceeds the university’s original GivingTuesday goal of $5,000. GivingTuesday is a global day of generosity that started in 2012. It was created as an opportunity for people around the world Read More

Cumberland University Receives High Honors from Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society

Cumberland University received the Presidential Award of Excellence from Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society for its significant level of accomplishments within the 2019-20 school year. The criteria for the Presidential Award of Excellence include meeting the minimum standards for the Circle of Distinction and Superior Circle awards, as well as hosting a circle Read More

CU Winter Term FAQs

For the first time Cumberland is offering winter term courses to current and new students. Due to COVID-19, Cumberland will have an extended winter break, lasting from Wednesday, Nov. 25 – Monday, Jan. 25. If you’re interested in getting ahead in coursework, or just getting 2021 off to a productive start, taking online classes during Read More

Cumberland University Announces an All Virtual Seventh Annual Research Colloquium

Cumberland University will host its seventh annual research Colloquium on Monday, Nov. 2 virtually on the official Cumberland website.  Presentations will be made on a variety of topics, both research and interest-based, from students and faculty. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, presentations will be featured online in video and poster format instead of in-person like in Read More