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Monday 4.12.2021

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Campbellsville University

Campbellsville University
1 University Drive
Campbellsville, KY 42718

Official telephone: (270) 789-5000
Toll-free telephone: (800) 264-6014
Fax number: (270) 789-5071
Website: www.campbellsville.edu
Campbellsville University
Screen last updated on: December 2019

The admissions information below is valid for the 2019 academic year.

ADMISSIONS OFFICE
Admissions officer: Shane Garrison,
Vice President of Enrollment Services
Contacting the office: 270 789-5220
800 264-6014 (toll free)
270 789-5071 (fax)
admissions@
campbellsville.edu

FIRST-TIME FRESHMAN APPLICATION PROCESS & REQUIREMENTS
Is there an application deadline for fall? no
Priority filing date for fall: April 15
Freshmen are accepted for terms other than fall: yes
Percent of freshmen who enter in terms other than fall: 8%
Application fee: $20, (waived if filed online)
Can the application fee be waived? yes
Are refunds available on the application fee? no
Is the Common Application form accepted? no
Supplemental forms required for those using Common Application: no
Admissions requirements:
Minimum composite ACT score of 19 (combined SAT Reasoning score of 890) and minimum 2.0 GPA recommended.
High school graduation is: required, GED is accepted
A general college preparatory program is: recommended
Campus visit is: recommended
Interview is: recommended
Visit for interview by: March
Standardized test requirements: SAT I or ACT required
School's test preference: ACT
Aside from admissions, test scores are used for: counseling, placement
Dates test scores should be received: August 14 for SAT I/ACT
High school units required or recommended:
English: 4 recommended
Foreign language: 1 recommended
History: 2 recommended
Lab: 1 recommended
Math: 3 recommended
Science: 3 recommended
Social studies: 2 recommended
Academic electives: 6 recommended
Total: 21 recommended
Special requirements for admission to specific programs:
  • Audition required of music program applicants.
School has formalized early decision program: no
School has early action program: no
School has concurrent enrollment program for high school: no

FIRST-TIME FRESHMAN SELECTION PROCESS
Academic criteria:
  • secondary school report very important
  • class rank important
  • recommendations considered
  • standardized test scores very important
  • essay considered
Nonacademic criteria:
  • interview considered
  • extracurricular activities considered
  • particular talent/ability considered
  • character/personal qualities considered
  • alumni/ae relationship considered
  • geographical residence not considered
  • state residency not considered
  • religious affiliation/commitment not considered
  • minority affiliation not considered
  • volunteer work considered
  • work experience not considered
Average secondary school GPA: 3.26
Percent of freshmen who submitted GPA: 62%
Percent of freshmen who submitted class rank: 42%
Average SAT I: 505 verbal, 542 math, 1433 combined
Combined SAT I middle 50% range: 1263 - 1603
Average ACT: 20 English, 21 math, 21 composite
Combined ACT middle 50% range: 18 - 24
Test taken by majority of applicants: ACT
Percent of accepted applicants who submitted SAT I scores: 8%
Percent of accepted applicants who submitted ACT score: 80%

UNDERGRADUATE NOTIFICATION FOR FALL TERM
Notification of admission: on a rolling basis
Acceptance of admission: no set date

FIRST-TIME FRESHMAN ENROLLMENT
Number of completed applications received: 3,542
Number of applicants offered admission: 2,952 (83%)
Number of applicants offered admission who enrolled: 661 (22%)
School has a waiting list policy: no
Percent of freshmen who came from out of state: 15%
Tuition deposit amount: $100, nonrefundable
Room deposit amount: $100, nonrefundable
Admission may be deferred: yes, up to 1 semester

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