Campbellsville University offers January term courses

Campbellsville University offers January term courses

Dec. 11, 2015

For Immediate Release




By Hanna Hall, student news writer


CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – In order to save time, money and allow students to graduate early, Campbellsville University presents course offerings during the January term.


The January term dates last from Jan. 4, 2016 until Jan. 16, 2016 giving students an opportunity to take classes at $383 per credit hour.


Students can participate in a classroom setting on campus with professors who conduct the class. However, students who choose to stay at home during the break also have the option of taking their class online in the comfort of their homes.


Four classes will be offered on campus in the traditional classroom setting which includes: Research Methods, Literary Studies, Fundamentals of Speech and Special Topic: Social Media and Presidential Elections.


Non-online classes will meet each day, Monday-Friday, during the break. Students who choose to stay on campus are able to stay in the residence halls at a reduced rate of $117 per week (does not include meals).


Some of the online offerings include: Christ and Culture, Principles of Management, Computer Concepts and Applications, General Psychology and Introduction to Physical Activity.


“This is an extra opportunity for students to take advantage of gaining class credit so they don’t have to take it during the regular semester, helping them get ahead, and in some cases, graduate sooner.  Not only is Jan Term generously discounted, but most of the class offerings are online this year, which means they can take the class from virtually anywhere,” said Paula Caldwell, coordinator for undergraduate admissions.


She also said visiting students can take a class as well.


For more information on January term courses, contact the Office of Admissions at (270) 789-5220 or (800) 264-6014 or go to


Campbellsville University is a widely acclaimed Kentucky-based Christian university with more than 3,500 students offering over 80 programs of study including 24 master’s degrees, seven postgraduate areas and eight pre-professional programs. The website for complete information is


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