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Commuter FAQ

No high school student is required to attend chapel, even those attending full time. However, high school students are encouraged to attend chapel whenever their schedule allows. Chapel is held daily in the Jeremiah Chapel in the Dixon Ministry Center.

View the chapel schedule here.

Yes! A library orientation is being planned for Orientation Day in August.  

No. College Now/CCP students are not eligible to participate in intramural sports.

No. High school students are not permitted to participate in undergraduate student organizations. 

Yes, you can print in the computer labs on campus. 

To learn more about your CU Print Quota, review the Print Quota FAQ in the IT Help Pages. To learn more about the computer lab locations and their hours of operation, visit the Computer Labs information page  in the IT Help Pages.

You can sign up to receive campus emergency notifications by text and/or email. Emergency notifications will include weather delays and cancellations.

To sign up, log in to CedarInfo. Under the heading Individual (General) Transactions, choose the link Signup for Emergency Notification.

Please direct questions regarding the Emergency Notification System to Campus Safety

Yes. There is a commuter lounge in the Apple Technology Resource Center. 

The Apple Technology Resource Center is located right next to and south of the Center for Biblical and Theological Studies. The lounge is located in the open area on the very south end of the building and has a microwave, vending machines, and seating for commuter students. There is no refrigerator.

View a printable campus map or an interactive campus map.

Yes. An orientation day to be held on Cedarville's campus is planned for August, prior to the start of fall semester. The date will be announced very soon!

Commuter parking passes are $10 and can be purchased at the Campus Safety office which is located on the top floor of the Stevens Student Center. Campus Safety will provide information about commuter parking lots. Questions about parking should be directed to Campus Safety.

Commuters will have opportunity to purchase parking passes at Orientation Day in August. 

You can take any course for which you have met all prerequisites and that has been approved by your program adviser. While some upper level classes may not require prerequisites, they may not be the best choice for a high school student who has not completed several general education courses first. The College Now advising process has one goal in mind: your success. Take advantage of your relationship with your assigned College Now program adviser by scheduling an advising appointment! 

You can view course schedules on the registrar's webpage.

The dining hall is located on the top floor of the Stevens Student Center. You can pay for one meal at a time as you enter the dining hall, or for students who will be on campus for several classes, there is a commuter meal plan option available for purchase. 

The Hive is a full service snack shop located on the bottom floor of the Stevens Student Center.

Rinnova is a coffee shop located right outside The Hive on the bottom floor of the Stevens Student Center.

Students may purchase Chuck's Bucks to use in the dining hall, The Hive, or Rinnova. Chuck's Bucks provide a small discount when purchasing food and drink, and are placed on the student's account to be used by swiping the student ID card. Learn more about Chuck's Bucks here (scroll to the bottom of the page).

Yes. Professors often return graded assignments and tests via student post office boxes on campus. 

The Post Office is located on the bottom floor of the Stevens Student Center, next to the bookstore. 

You can find out your post office box assignment and the lock combination by logging in to CedarInfo. Under the heading Student Life, you will find a link Post Office Box Assignment.