The Baptist Heritage Series
The mission of Campbellsville University’s Baptist Heritage Lecture Series is to promote the study, discussion, and research of Baptist historical events, theological distinctives, traditions and leaders that are unique and essential to understanding who Baptists are.
Clay Hill Memorial Forest
Campbellsville University’s Clay Hill Memorial Forest (CHMF) is a 327 acre educational and research forest developed by the Division of Natural Science as a regional center for environmental education, ecosystem conservation, and research on eastern deciduous forests. Numerous student research projects on topics such as animal diversity, tree growth dynamics, plant distribution, and amphibian demography have been completed and are ongoing at CHMF. While the majority of CHMF is designated as nature preserve, a portion of the Dr. James Sanders White Management Woodland serves as a demonstration of sustainable forestry. CHMF is accessible through 5 miles of public trails.
English as a Second Language Institute (ESLI)
The mission of the English as a Second Language Institute is to serve the Campbellsville University community by providing to non-native speakers of English, in an environment of Christian faith, an interrelated curriculum to prepare them for full-time study in the University by assisting them in developing proficiency in English with programs of instruction in English grammar, reading, speaking, writing, and listening.
First Class/First Year Experience (FYE)/Servant Leadership
FIRST CLASS/First Year Experience (FYE) seeks to prepare students for a life of Christian character development, servant leadership, and biblical stewardship.
Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy (KHIPP)
The Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy was established to focus attention and debate on a wide range of public policy issues at the regional, state, national, and international level. Its primary goal is to foster a greater awareness and understanding of the myriad issues confronting our culture among Campbellsville University students, faculty, staff, and the general public. KHIPP is committed to the idea that it isessential to prepare Christian civic and political leaders for the 21st Century through exposure to diverse ideas and thought-provoking opinions.
The Reuben and Jewel Robertson Worship Endowment Program
The purpose of the Reuben and Jewel Robertson Worship Endowment program is to encourage authenticity and vitality in the corporate worship of Baptist people. Some of its goals are to encourage the rediscovery of Biblical and historical roots of Christian worship, to study Baptist traditions in worship and to assist in the revitalization of all elements of worship.