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University of the Cumberlands
A group of Baptist Ministers established a mall college in Kentucky known as the Williamsburg Institute in 1888 to prepare young adults for lives as servant leaders. With the acquisition of Highland College, Cumberland College was reborn in 1913, and the school later came into existence as the University of the Cumberlands in 2005.
Why the University of the Cumberlands?
- Quality Matters is a strategic initiative actively being pursued by the University of the Cumberlands to show continuous improvement and the existing quality of the academic programs to all the candidates.
- The university staff is dedicated to creating integrated courses that encourage metacognitive capabilities enabling students to discover, engage, analyze, and evaluate problems purposefully and ethically.
- The university feels proud as it does not discriminate based on color, ethnicity, nationality and race while administering its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.