Shaquille O'Neal will be the keynote speaker for the 2017 Excellence in Leadership Lecture Series, which is sponsored by Forcht Group. Free tickets are now available to see legendary athlete and cultural icon Shaquille O’Neal speak at the University of the Cumberlands next month as part of the 12th Annual Excellence in Leadership [...]
Representatives of Kentucky Harvest Southeast presented the “Golden Can” trophy to University of the Cumberlands on February 16. Cumberlands collected over 18,000 pounds of food for local food pantries during the annual competition. Kentucky Harvest South-east awarded the Golden Can to University of the Cumberlands on Feb. 16 at the women’s basketball game [...]
The staff of “The Patriot,” the University of the Cumberlands student newspaper, won 14 Kentucky Press Association Awards Friday, including second place for General Excellence in the student publications class one division. The Patriot, the student newspaper at the University of the Cumberlands, received 14 Excellence in Kentucky Newspaper Awards during the Kentucky [...]
Shaquille O'Neal will be the keynote speaker for the 2017 Excellence in Leadership Lecture Series, which is sponsored by Forcht Group. Very few people are iconic enough to be known by a single name, and one of those individuals will be the keynote speaker for the University of the Cumberlands' 12th Annual Excellence [...]
Students enrolled in the University of the Cumberlands online programs are getting a lot of bang for the tuition dollar, according to recent rankings by an education research publisher. In addition, several of the schools online degree programs were listed among the best in America, according to the annual “Best Online Programs” rankings released Tuesday [...]
The University of the Cumberlands is denying any wrongdoing in its answer to a lawsuit that was filed against the school on Nov. 9 by a former U of C football player, who was allegedly assaulted last year by another football player and an ex-football player, who had been kicked out of school.
A former University of the Cumberlands football player, who was allegedly assaulted last year by another football player and an ex-football player, who had been kicked out of school, is now suing the university in federal court seeking an $8 million judgment.
Zane A. Parker filed suit on Nov. 9 against the University of the Cumberlands in U.S. District Court in London claiming that the school failed to protect him against “foreseeable criminal or dangerous acts” on its property, and abandoned him after he was assaulted and recovering from his injuries.
University of the Cumberlands Athletic Director Chris Kraftick spoke to the Williamsburg Kiwanis Club recently about changes in the Mid-South Conference that will alter the school’s traditional football rivalries. Thanks to a football expansion by the Mid-South Conference, the University of the Cumberlands won't be playing some traditional opponents in the near future. [...]
The University of the Cumberlands has once again made the U.S. News and World Report list of best colleges and universities, according to the annual "Best Colleges" rankings released Sept. 13. The widely known and respected rankings are designed for "prospective students and parents looking for the school that best fits their needs." "University of [...]