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Although online education is just as effective as traditional, face-to-face training, it is not a good fit for every student or every situation. Before registering for an online course, check to be sure that online is best for you:
Cedarville University has an ever-expanding online course list which includes general education courses, upper-level courses, and graduate-level courses. Refer to the course list to see which course you’d like to take online. Check the undergraduate, graduate, or dual enrollment course schedules for availability.
See a list of Cedarville's online courses
In order to register for your course, make sure you are already accepted as a Cedarville student.
Courses are charged to your student account.
Visit the cashier's office website or contact the cashier's office:
Visit the undergraduate financial aid website or contact the financial aid office:
Graduate students: Visit graduate admissions for costs and financial aid information for your program.
Dual Enrollment students: Visit the dual enrollment website for more information about financial aid.
You should order your books at least 1-2 weeks before the course begins. Check your course syllabus to find out what books you will need. Then order your books from the Cedarville University Bookstore. Books can be mailed to you if you are unable to pick them up on campus.
Some courses require additional materials such as a lab pack or special computer hardware. Check your syllabus and be sure to buy any needed items ahead of time.
If you have a computer and up-to-date system requirements, you’re ready to take your online course.
Once the course starts:
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