Grandparent’s Day

I hope you will make a special effort to attend KCU’s annual Grandparent’s Day on Tuesday, October 15th. Grandparent’s Day is one of the most well-received events we host on campus each year and this year looks to be our best yet! You, as a grandparent, play such an important role in the lives of your grandchildren, and our hope is to help that engagement continue through the college years. The day is intentionally relaxed enough that it allows for you to accompany your grandchild to chapel, lunch, classes, or simply spend time on the campus your grandchild now calls home.

This year’s speaker for our special Grandparent’s Day chapel service is Terry Yoder, from the School of Missionary Aviation Technology in Ionia, Michigan. The School provides mission-driven students with FAA-certified training in aircraft maintenance and flight. Their specialty is preparing individuals to serve the Lord in mission aviation to do mission work in remote places around the world.

We encourage you to inform your grandchild of the schedule provided below and arrange for them to join you for Chapel Service at 9:30 am.  The schedule for Grandparent’s Day 2019 is as follows:

Event Time Location
Registration 8:30 – 9:20 am Nash Chapel
Chapel with Welcome from President Allcorn 9:30 – 10:30 am Nash Chapel
Attend Class or take a tour with your Grandchild 10:30 – 11:15 am
Lunch 11:15 – 1:00 pm Waters Cafeteria
Afternoon ActivitiesAttend Class with Students and enjoy time visiting with your grandchild.

There is no cost for attending but we do need for you to register. Please complete the registration form below. 

I hope you will join us on October 15th for Grandparent’s Day 2019. If you have questions about Grandparent’s Day, please don’t hesitate to contact Becky Stamper at 606-474- 3252 for additional information.


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“I look back at my four years at Kentucky Christian University often and fondly. The classes were relevant, the professors were genuine, and the campus was focused on the schools mission: Christ, Character, Career. I was well equipped to minister to and lead worship in the hundreds of congregations we visit each year as the band “64 to Grayson”. If I went back and was faced with the choice to go to KCU again, I would do it in a heartbeat.”

Zack Shelton, Class of 2013

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