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UC converting two-thirds of Cumberland Inn rooms to student housing

The University of the Cumberlands owned Cumberland Inn in Williamsburg will soon be converting about two-thirds of its hotel rooms into student housing, the school confirmed Thursday morning. “As the University’s on-campus population continues growing, there is an increasing need...
Posted On 21 Mar 2019

Cumberlands graduate to host book signing on campus; discuss new novel ‘How the Light Gets In’

Highly-acclaimed author Jolina Petersheim will be hosting a book signing on March 26 at 5:00 p.m. in the Correll Lecture Hall on University of the Cumberlands’ campus. Petersheim, who graduated from Cumberlands in 2008, will be discussing her upcoming novel How the Light Gets In....

Marion Forcht, Lee Bryant selected for University of the Cumberlands Board of Trustees

University of the Cumberlands (UC) announced that Marion C. Forcht has been elected to serve on the University’s Board of Trustees. “We are very pleased Marion has agreed to serve on our Board,” said Jon Westbrook, chair of UC’s Board of Trustees. “Her business acumen and support...

Cumberlands hosts Patriot Preview Day

High school students invited to tour campus Saturday, March 2 University of the Cumberlands is excited to welcome all high school students and their families to Patriot Preview Day on March 2, 2019. Patriot Preview Day is held only twice a year and is an opportunity for high...

Debate team wins third championship of semester

University of the Cumberlands’ debate team took first place overall at the St. Anselm College Debate Tournament this past December. They beat 15 other teams from top colleges and ivy league schools in order to claim the victory. This marks the third tournament championship the...

Cumberlands serves on MLK Jr. Day

More than 450 students from University of the Cumberlands volunteered at four different locations throughout Williamsburg in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The sites included Williamsburg Independent School District (WISD), Whitley County High School, Cedaridge Ministries...

UC student newspaper wins second General Excellence award

For the second consecutive year, The Patriot, the student newspaper at the University of the Cumberlands, has been named the best in its class. The paper received 29 Excellence in Kentucky Newspaper Awards during the Kentucky Press Association’s annual awards banquet Friday,...
Posted On 30 Jan 2019

University of the Cumberlands first college in KY to offer blockchain degree

University of the Cumberlands will be the first university in the state – and one of the first in the nation – to offer a graduate degree in blockchain technology. The new Master of Science in Global Business with Blockchain Technology (MS-Blockchain) program is set to begin...

Federal jury finds for University of the Cumberlands in Taylor lawsuit

After listening to eight days of testimony, and deliberating for more than four hours, a nine-member jury found that former University of the Cumberlands President Dr. Jim Taylor and his wife, Dinah, did not have a valid, enforceable contract with the university that would have...

Taylor takes the stand in UofC lawsuit

The federal trial in the lawsuit filed by former University of the Cumberlands President Dr. Jim Taylor against the college is expected to stretch into Thursday. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us