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College Now - How can you save thousands on college costs?

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If a Christ-centered education is important to you, innovative learning technology is appealing, and you want to save a lot of money on college costs, then you are the kind of student who should consider Cedarville University's College Now program! You can jump-start your college career by taking classes online or on campus. Through discussion and engagement with your peers, current Cedarville students, and the professor, you will receive a solid collegiate experience with the Christ-centered commitment for which Cedarville is known.

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  • Ohio Residents 
    Qualified students residing in Ohio can take classes for FREE through College Credit Plus! Ohio students may also take advantage of College Now's low-cost Family Pay Option. Learn more »
  • Students Who Reside Outside the State of Ohio
    Any qualified student may enroll in online or on-campus courses and pay a greatly reduced tuition rate with College Now's Family Pay Option. Courses may be taken for dual high school and college credit or for college credit only. Learn more »
  • Summer Studies
    Summer Studies offers qualified high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to live on campus and earn 3 semester hours of college credit during an affordably priced two-week summer term. Learn more »
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