Continuing Education

Cedarville University offers a variety of noncredit classes for continuing your education. Classes are open to students, faculty, staff, and the surrounding community*. Some courses and seminars are offered to fulfill CEU requirements for various professions.

Noncredit courses do not accumulate toward a degree or certificate, but are the same high quality programs that you would expect from Cedarville University. These courses are not only enjoyable, but they will also enhance your career skills and contribute to personal improvement. Please note that because these courses are non-credit, they will not show up on a student’s regular transcript or schedule. Registration for a class is usually confirmed by email correspondence.

Accommodations and support services for students with disabilities are provided through the Disability Services for Students Office in the Academic Enrichment Center. Students requesting accommodations must self-identify to the Disability Compliance Coordinator in a timely manner and follow established procedures. Documentation from a qualified professional which supports the request for accommodation/s must be provided.

If you have further questions, contact the Center for Lifelong Learning at (937)766-7953 or send us an email.

*Students must be 16 years old to attend these courses. EMT-B students must be 18 years old by the time the course is completed.


The University reserves the right to cancel a course when the registration is not sufficient to warrant its continuance, divide a class if the enrollment is too large for efficient instruction, and/or change instructors when necessary.

Please check the website and registration form for the class refund policy. Once the first class has met, no refund is available. The EMT class has its own refund policy, which is found in the EMT Student Manual.