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Science and Engineering Expansion Campaign

Jeremiah Chapel Campaign

Help Update and Expand the Jeremiah Chapel

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We reached our goal of $5,000,000

Our science and engineering faculty members bring years of research and professional experience to their classrooms. They mentor students in personal, professional, and spiritual growth, preparing them to lead their professions. With their guidance, our students consistently best larger and better-funded programs in national and international competitions. Their achievements have elevated Cedarville’s reputation for excellence, and their integrity in service has elevated the name of Jesus Christ at home and abroad.

It is time for Cedarville to invest in expanded classroom space, updated lab facilities, and state-of-the-art technology that matches the high caliber of our students and faculty.

We invite you to partner with us to advance two flagship programs to the next level. We are equipping a generation of scientists and engineers who chose Cedarville to pursue excellence with a Gospel purpose. Please consider how you might be involved to inspire greatness in their education and their future.

Project Status:

$5,000,000 Goal

$4,664,029 Raised


Needed

Where are we now?

PHASE 1

May 3–August 1, 2014
% FUNDED

ENS THIRD FLOOR ROOM 350 REMODEL AND CLASSROOM UPGRADES

  • Gross Anatomy Lab – secure, state-of-the-art space with dedicated purpose
  • Human Structure and Function Lab – upgraded, dedicated space
  • Anatomy and Physiology Lab – upgraded, dedicated space
  • Two offices on third floor for human biology faculty
  • Upgraded technology and general renovation of lecture hall (room 245)
  • Dedicated mathematics classroom
  • Student Collaboration Room

MOVE OPERATIONS TEAM TO NEW LOCATIONS

  • Administrative staff move to South and South Apartments
  • Grounds, automotive, and inventory move to Bridge Street facilities
  • Campus Safety Service Desk moved to student center to meet common student needs
% FUNDED

PHASE 2A

September 2014

PHASE 2B

January 2015
% FUNDED

SERVICE CENTER CONVERSION TO SCIENCE CENTER

  • Space to meet lab size, research, air-quality requirements for all chemistry labs
  • Showcase Organic Chemistry Lab
  • Dedicated chemistry labs – eliminating need to set up/tear down before and after each lab session
  • Appropriate research space and instruments for students and faculty
  • Meet space requirements for 10-plus years

ENS SECOND FLOOR INSTALLATION OF BIOLOGY LABS

  • Classroom space for Principles of Biology, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Microbiology, Biology Research/Teaching Lab, and Immunology
  • Faculty and student research labs and instruments installed
% FUNDED

PHASE 2C

May 2015

PHASE 2D

September 2015
% FUNDED

ENS FIRST FLOOR CONVERSION TO ENGINEERING LABS

  • 2,550 square feet of lab space
  • Biomedical Project Lab
  • Mechanical Engineering Vibrations Lab
  • Mechanical Engineering Senior Design Computational Lab
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Senior Design Lab