Step 8: Essential Resources for Success

CedarNet, the Cedarville Network, is a general term used to encompass the wired and wireless campus network. 

  • You only need one username and password to access all of Cedarville’s online resources, and these are referred to as your CedarNet username and password.
  • Your user name and password are the ones you created when you applied for admission.
  • If you cannot remember your user name or password, contact the Information Technology office and ask them to help you reset your user name and/or password. 

CedarInfo is the protected portion of the University website that houses your personal information (e.g., course schedule and 14-digit library ID number, transcript, student account, invoice, etc.). You should become familiar with the resources located at this webpage.

To access CedarInfo you may

  • Visit the Quick Links section on the student homepage (
  • Type in your browser

Log in with your CedarNet user name and password.

Your library 14-digit ID can be found at CedarInfo by viewing “Your class schedule, advisor, library id” under the heading Academic (Student) Transactions. Visit the Centennial Library to access resources for distance and online students along with library tutorials.

The Academic Enrichment Center (The Cove) ensures that students with documented disabilities are provided equal access to educational programs, services, and activities. If you believe you need academic accommodations because of the impact of a disability, please complete an Application for Disability Services and submit the application to the disabilities compliance coordinator. Cedarville University requests a one-month processing time for all applications to Disability Services. For more information, or to access the application and details on necessary documentation, visit Disability Services, or call 937-766-3845.

  • Commuters must register their vehicle with Campus Safety and obtain a parking permit. Be sure to communicate to Campus Safety that you are commuting and not a residential student as there is a significant difference in cost.
  • New students may have student ID cards made at Campus Safety located on the top floor of the Stevens Student Center next to the main Information Desk. High school students will have access to the Recreation Center and the resources at the Centennial Library by using their CU student ID card.

Whether completing assignments on your own or working on a group project, these Tips for Online Success can help you understand the differences between successful online versus face-to-face learning.

Username or password problems:

Moodle questions:

  • Visit Moodle Student Resources. Your professor is also a great resource for Moodle help. If your professor is not readily available, contact your DE/CCP program advisor by emailing him or her directly or emailing Be sure to identify yourself in your email with first and last name.

To get valuable assistance with any writing assignment, students may schedule in-person or online appointments with the Writing Center.