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Williamsburg’s Nevaeh Warren and Mikkah Siler recently signed to compete in track and field at the University of the Cumberlands. Warren finished sixth in the Girl’s 800-Meter Run at the Class A state track meet. Siler finished second in the Girls’ High Jump and fourth in the...
Posted On 02 Jul 2021

UC sells 368 acres to state

The University of the Cumberlands sold 368.02 acres of land to the Commonwealth of Kentucky for $264,974. The land, which is for the use and benefit of the Office of Kentucky Nature Preserves, was acquired by the university from Terry and Marion Forcht in 2003. The purchase of...

Pair of UC online programs make Study.com best of lists

A pair of University of the Cumberlands online programs have made the list for top programs in their field, according to an online education-related group. Study.com has released their 2021 College Rankings, prioritizing school quality and affordability and highlighting schools...
Posted On 15 Jun 2021

UC online criminal justice program ranked No. 1 in Ky.

The University of the Cumberlands’ online master’s program in criminal justice administration was recently ranked number one in Kentucky as a part of the U.S. News and World Report’s annual review of colleges and universities. The ranking is based on strong traditional academic...

UC’s The Patriot student newspaper wins second place General Excellence award

The University of the Cumberlands student newspaper, The Patriot, has once again proven it is one of the top student publications in the state. The Patriot recently received 19 Excellence in Kentucky Newspaper Awards, including a second place General Excellence Award in student...
Posted On 19 Feb 2021

UofC redirects nearly $6 million in relief funding to students

The University of the Cumberlands recently received nearly $6 million in emergency coronavirus relief funding, but is redirecting every dollar of the money to its undergraduate student body. Full-time degree-seeking undergraduate students will receive direct payments of $1,500,...

Photo Gallery: UC students participate in UC’s MLK Day of Service events

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day over 100 University of the Cumberlands students participated in the campus-wide day of service. Students helped with the Corbin Backpack Program, a clean-up at Cumberland Falls, helped paint at the old Lane Theater, sorted recycling and picked up...
Posted On 24 Jan 2021

Cumberlands adding new online master’s in cyber-engineering

University of the Cumberlands is adding a new master’s degree program in cyber-engineering to its list of online offerings. The Master of Science in Cyber-Engineering dives into principles of electrical engineering, computer engineering, and computer science. By combining these...
Posted On 09 Jan 2021
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2020 was a year of extremes in area sports

Area sports was a year of extreme highs and lows, while trying to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. The following are the 10 stories that fell into one of those two categories. 1) Corbin Middle School Eighth Grade Football wins state championship The Corbin Redhounds Eighth Grade...

Promoting nursing excellence…

Philanthropists Terry and Marion Forcht presented Brad Hall, Vice President of External Affairs at the University of the Cumberlands, with a $200,000 check in support of the Terry & Marion Forcht School of Nursing. The Forcht’s provided $1,000,000 in 2018 for the...