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Higher education takes center stage.


Within a 60-mile radius of beautiful downtown Campbellsville, you will find a diverse and comprehensive range of higher education opportunities, including our very own nationally ranked Campbellsville University. Access to an array of private and public colleges, universities and technical schools, allows companies to easily pull talent with a broad range of skills and expertise.

Below is a snapshot of the region’s educational offerings.

Four-Year Colleges and Universities within 60 Miles of Campbellsville


Includes institutions engaged in furnishing academic courses and granting degrees at baccalaureate or graduate levels.

Miles Institution Location Enrollment
Campbellsville University Campbellsville 3,675
17 Lindsay Wilson College Columbia 2,588
38 Centre College Danville 1,430
38 Eastern Kentucky University, Danville Campus Danville N/A
38 Western Kentucky University, Elizabethtown Center Elizabethtown N/A
40 Western Kentucky University, Glasgow Campus Glasgow N/A
46 McKendree University, Radcliff Campus Radcliff N/A
52 Asbury Theological Seminar Wilmore $1,574
52 Asbury University Wilmore 1,854
60 Berea College Berea 1,670

Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

Two-Year Colleges within 60 Miles of Campbellsville


Includes institutions engaged in furnishing academic, or academic and technical, courses and granting associate degrees, certificates or diplomas below the baccalaureate level.


Miles Institution Location Enrollment
23 Somerset Community College Casey Center Liberty N/A
24 Elizabethtown Community & Technical College, Springfield Campus Springfield N/A
25 Somerset Community College, Russell Center Russell Springs N/A
38 American National University, Danville Campus Danville N/A
38 Bluegrass Community & Tech College, Danville Campus Danville N/A
38 Elizabethtown Community & Tech College, Main Campus Elizabethtown *6,868
40 South Central KY Community & Tech College, Glasgow Campus Glasgow N/A
40 South Central KY Community & Tech College, Glasgow Tech Campus Glasgow N/A
45 Somerset Community College, Somerset North Campus Somerset *6,621
47 Somerset Community College, Clinton Center Albany N/A
48 Jefferson Community & Tech College, Bullit Co. Campus Shepherdsville N/A
53 Elizabethtown Community & Tech College, Leitchfield Campus Leitchfield N/A
54 Bluegrass Community & Tech College, Lawrenceburg Campus Lawrenceburg N/A
60 Jefferson Community & Tech College, Shebly Co. Campus Shelbyville N/A

*Denotes enrollment for entire institution, including branch campuses; otherwise, enrollment is for specified campus.

Source: National Center for Education Statistics

Kentucky Technical Schools within 60 Miles of Campbellsville


Kentucky Technical Secondary Schools, called Area Technology Centers (ATC), are operated by the Kentucky Dept. of Education, Office of Career and Technical Education.


Miles Institution Location Enrollment
10 Green County ATC Greensburg 800
16 Marion County ATC Lebanon 916
23 Casey County ATC Liberty 514
25 Lake Cumberland ATC Russell Springs 753
33 Nelson County ATC Bardstown 472
40 Barren County ATC Glasgow 854
40 Hughes Jones Harrodsburg ATC Harrodsburg 255
40 Lincoln County ATC Stanford 407
45 Wayne County ATC Monticello 812
45 Pulaski County ATC Somerset 428
46 Garrard County ATC Lancaster 368
47 Clinton County ATC Albany 478
48 Bullit County ATC Shepherdsville 346
48 Monroe County ATC Tompkinsville 775
53 Grayson County Area Vocational Educational Center Leitchfield 1,014
55 Rockcastle County ATC Mount Vernon 436
56 Jessamine Career & Tech Center ATC Nicholasville 3,338
60 Shelby County ATC Shelbyville 565

Source: Kentucky Cabinet for Workforce Development; Kentucky Dept. of Education

Public School District Enrollments, 2016-2017


Includes institutions engaged in furnishing academic, or academic and technical, courses and granting associate degrees, certificates or diplomas below the baccalaureate level.


Total Enrollment Pupil to Teacher Ratio
Campbellsville Independent Schools 1,092 13.3
Taylor County Schools 2,584 17.1

Source: Kentucky Dept. of Education, Office of Assessment and Accountability