"I enjoyed the convenience and flexibility of the schedule especially with four children. The small ..."Read More >
You must register in courses no later than six (6) months after you’ve been initially admitted. If for some reason you do not, you will be required to re-apply and be re-admitted. Also, please keep in mind that anytime you have to re-apply for re-admittance, you will be required to meet the admissions and program requirements that are in place at that time.
Students are only eligible to take courses under the program they’ve been admitted into. The only time a student can take courses in another program is if they switch to the specific program their desired courses are listed under.
David Hollingsworth grew up in Hephzibah, Georgia. He earned his BA in history at Augusta College, his MA in Church History at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and his Ph.D in US history at the University of Kentucky. His primary research interests are southern history and early American history specializing in evangelicals and the American Revolution. Currently, he is completing a manuscript on the role of evangelicals in the coming and prosecution of the American Revolution in Georgia and South Carolina.
Dr. John Mark Toby has served as the Director of Missions for the Warren Association of Baptists since January 2013.
Dr. Deann Stivers Allen received her PhD from the University of Tennessee. Currently, Dr. Allen is an Instructional Supervisor with the Clay County Board of Education and serves as the District Assessment Coordinator, District Health Coordinator and works with College and Career Readiness. She is the president-elect of the Kentucky Association of Assessment Coordinators, a graduate of Leadership Kentucky Class of 2013. Dr. Allen is married, has two adult daughters and is a member of the Greenbrier Presbyterian Church.
Dr. Emily Coleman, from New Castle, Kentucky, is a Student Success Coordinator and adjunct professor of higher education at UC. In 2001, she graduated with a B.S. in Education from Cumberland College. During her time at Cumberland, she served as a Resident Assistant, Residence Hall Director, and Student Orientation Leader. She continued her studies at the University of Louisville where she obtained a M.Ed. with an emphasis in College Student Personnel. While at Louisville she worked in Alumni and Parent Programs and interned with Judicial Affairs.
Dr. Nathan Coleman hails from Inez, KY. In 2001, he graduated with a B.S. in history from Cumberland College. During his tenure at Cumberland Nathan was President of the Student Government Association from 1999-2001, the first student in Cumberlands’ history to serve four straight semesters as President. He continued his studies at the University of Louisville where he obtained his M.A. degree in history in 2003. While at both the Cumberlands and Louisville, he was active in Phi Alpha Theta, the national honor society in history, serving as president of both school’s chapters.
Dr. Aaron Anderson is a native of Whitley County, Kentucky. He completed his Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts degree, and Rank I Certificate in education at Cumberland College. In addition, he completed endorsements for Instructional Supervisor, Principal, and Superintendent, at Eastern Kentucky University. Dr. Anderson has 17 years of public school and higher education teaching and administrative experiences; he has served as a high school teacher, middle school principal, adjunct undergraduate and graduate professor.
Dr. Barry Vann, Director of Community and Higher Education and professor of geography at University of the Cumberlands (UC), was selected for the honor of Alumnus of the Year by Roane State Community College. Vann is director of the Ed.D. program at UC.
Dr. Vann struggled in life with early poverty and put forth much effort in developmental courses in math and English. Despite these early challenges, he completed his undergraduate, masters, and two doctorate degrees.