Campbellsville University Recognized for Value to Students

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Recently published results highlight the student debt loans at graduation for Campbellsville University graduates as some of the lowest in the nation. Other reports show that average costs for an undergraduate degree at CU lead the pack for Christian Universities nationwide.

Campbellsville University named one of the best values in Christian higher education.

A recent report published by The Project on Student Debt (an initiative from The Institute for College Access & Success) names Campbellsville University in the top 10 colleges nationwide for lowest student debt loans at graduation. The report found that just 44% of Campbellsville graduates leaves with debt and, of those, most have debt loans under $8,000.

The study looked at the graduating class of 2012-2013 and found that nearly 70% of undergraduates concluding their undergraduate programs left with an average debt loan of roughly $28,000. The study found that a major component to amount of debt at graduation was the choice of institution entered into, suggesting that choosing a lower debt loan school at the start of your degree program is a wise decision.

Another report, this one published in 2014 by ChristianUniversitiesOnline.org, ranked Campbellsville University as the 4th best value in Christian education, with an average cost of just over $14,000. This study ranked only schools accredited by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS) or a member/affiliate of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) with a minimum population of 1,000 students.

When paired together, these two studies highlight the incredible value that Campbellsville University is proud to offer their current and future students.

About Campbellsville University

Campbellsville University is an accredited Christian university that was named one of the top southern regional universities in a ranking from U.S. News & World Report; the university, which is based in Kentucky, offers 17 master’s degrees, 63 undergraduate degrees, and pre-professional or postgraduate programs. The university’s degree programs typically combine Christian values with career-specific knowledge and skills. Campbellsville University helps students pursue higher levels of education by providing loans, financial aid, performance grants, and other forms of support; anyone who wants to learn more about Campbellsville University can visit campbellsvillegps.com for additional information.

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