Campbellsville University has Highest CPA Pass Rate Among Kentucky Universities

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With a pass rate in the low 90 percent range, Christian-based Campbellsville University tops the list of CPA pass rates for the state of Kentucky. The school has previously been named one of the best values in Christian higher education nationally.

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Campbellsville University is very proud to announce that their program produces more CPA examination pass rate candidates than any other school in the state of Kentucky.

With a pass rate of 91.7 percent, Campbellsville University tops the list, compiled by the National Association of State Boards Accountancy (NASBA). The runner up school comes in at an 8.4-point lower pass rate, with 83.3 percent of applicants passing their exam.

The CPA testing statistics, displayed in their entirety in the NASBA Uniform CPA Examination Candidate Performance publication, studied applicants tested for licensure over the course of a year, with tests offered quarterly. During this window more than 1,600 students sat for the test, and of those, 352 were first-time candidates.

Campbellsville University prides itself on offering high quality education at an affordable price, making education obtainable to more people. This dedication to value was recognized in March of 2015 when Campbellsville University was named one of the best values in Christian-based higher education.

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

Additionally, has previously ranked Campbellsville University as the fourth best value in Christian education nationally.

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 for additional information.

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