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Submit your reservation deposit to activate your student record. Once your deposit is processed and your record is activated (usually within one–two business days), you will be able to register for classes. You will receive an email from the Office of the Registrar (or your program advisor) when your student record is active.

Contact Financial Aid by submitting a graduate or adult financial aid eligibility form and completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Even if you have applied for aid in the past, you need to file a FAFSA for each academic year that you plan to enroll. The FAFSA must list Cedarville's school code (003025) if you plan to apply for federal loans or University need-based aid. Financial aid is offered and processed after students register for classes. 

Note: A student in a master's degree program must be enrolled at least half time (four hours) per semester to be eligible for federal financial aid.

Note: A student in an adult/undergraduate degree program must be enrolled at least half time (six hours) per semester to be eligible for federal financial aid.

For specific costs and financial aid information related to your program, select your program from Cedarville's graduate and adult programs.

Cedarville students are provided an email address using Google Mail. Become familiar with your University Google Mail account and make a habit of checking it frequently. All official email correspondence from the University will be sent to this account. Your Google username and password are the same ones you used for your online application process.

Before registration for courses, provide your electronic signature for the Financial Responsibility Agreement, which is available in CedarInfo. Your signature needs to be provided each semester before registering for courses.

You are encouraged to make your health a priority and carry personal health insurance so that your academic progress is not interrupted by unexpected medical bills.  Please contact University Medical Services if you have questions.