Freshman Week events
Many events still taking place this week on campus! Check out the list below how you can get plugged in!
-Sept. 3 4-8 pm Laser Tag- Stapp Lawn if weather is bad located in SAC
-Sept. 4th 7-9pm Snack Attack- Located in the Banquet Hall of BASC
-Sept. 5th- 11-2pm Business Spotlight- Dinning and Commons area
-Sept. 5-7- Campus Retreat Sign up in Ransdell Chapel
-Sign ups for Men's Flag Football are open, Sign up at IMleagues.com, instructions can be picked up outside of the Tigers Den.
Director of Student Activities and Intramural Sports
Calling out all freshman! The Student Government Association is on the lookout for freshmen who are willing to take a stand and represent their class and this university. Applications are now available in the library. They are located on the desk next to the printer.
If you have any questions or concerns contact:
Campbellsville University Student Government President
CU Pool Hours announced
CU POOL HOURS
Open Swim Times:
Monday: 11am-1pm, 8:30pm-10pm
Wednesday: 11am-1pm, 8:30pm-10pm
*Entry Cost: FREE with CU ID, Without CU ID $1 – please pay Lifeguard
~Pool will be CLOSED on September 1 and 22 for pm swim
Monday & Wednesday 7:30pm-8:30pm
*Entry $4 per class session
For information on Swim Lessons, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Casey Smith ><>
Head Men’s & Women’s Swim Coach
Head Coach Cell: 607.329.8479
Tiger Hostesses needed
“When looking back over the past three years as a Tiger Hostess it is something that I will always remember after graduating. For me being a Tiger Hostess was a great pleasure because I was able to create bonds with the rest of the hostess that will last a lifetime as well as bonds with the coaches and players.” – Senior Tiger Hostess: Megan Keeling
Character building, serving others, being a leader: All characteristics that define the Tiger Hostess program. If you want to make a difference on campus and in student-athletes’ lives this is the program for you! The Tiger Hostess program began in 2009 with a vision of serving others, and portraying team spirit. By the end of the year; bonds were formed between the hostess, and a great acknowledgement from the football program was being recognized throughout the whole campus.
To become a Tiger Hostess you must: maintain a 2.0 GPA, meet interview requirements, and be knowledgeable about the campus. Hostesses are responsible for: Giving tours, creating inspirational sayings, making care packages for players and coaches, t-shirt sales, and most importantly present our University to our student-athlete recruits and their families as a great place to find their calling.
The mission for the Tiger Hostess is to represent Campbellsville University and the Christian base atmosphere. As a Tiger Hostess you are serving others, applying team spirit, and making a huge difference on this campus! I hope that you will become a part of making CU history!
For more information:
Contact Coach Tim Rogers at email@example.com. We hope to hear from you soon.
Women's Small Business Summit is Sept. 24
You are invited to register for a Women's Small Business Summit being presented locally on Sept. 24 by the Women's Business Center of Kentucky. The event is sponsored by Campbellsville University and other businesses and services in the area. It will be held at the Campbellsville Civic Center, 205 North Columbia Ave., Campbellsville, on Wednesday, Sept. 24 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. (EDT). The program will include small business workshops, special guest speakers, career counseling, small business lenders and networking opportunities.
To register: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/wbc-summit-campbellsville-tickets-12582465493
Posted on Wed, September 3, 2014
by Joan McKinney