May 26, 2015
Cedarville University recently graduated its largest class ever, with 745 students earning undergraduate and graduate degrees on Saturday, May 2.
That’s 745 students whose lives were transformed by their time at Cedarville. Students who grew closer in their walk with the Lord from intentional mentoring, daily chapels, and biblical integration in their course work. Students who were challenged by rigorous academics and prepared to succeed in their chosen field. Students who were in the same place as your student just four years ago, and are now ready to go out into the world and make a difference for Christ.
Be encouraged that your student, too, will experience amazing transformation at Cedarville, and you’ll be surprised at how fast the next four years will go! We will be praying for you and your student as you prepare for the transition to college life.
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May 22, 2015
Time is running out to register for Cedarville University summer academic camps -- a fun, engaging way for students to explore career options and prepare for their future.
This year's camps include: art and design, athletic training, business, criminal justice, engineering (SOLD OUT), foreign language, forensic science, geology, journalism, music, psychology, theatre, worship ministry, and writing.
In a few short days, students accomplish much more than career exploration. Camp faculty will challenge them to make their career their calling. They will consider how their gifts, skills, and interests can make a difference in this world for Christ.
Encourage your student to attend one of these life-changing camps this summer! Register now before it’s too late!
May 21, 2015
As you’re talking with your high school students about their college search and major selection, you might be interested in “The Economic Value of College Majors,” a recent study by Georgetown University. The report explains that when it comes to earnings, majors matter more than degrees.
Read today's post to access the Georgetown report, learn how Cedarville is preparing students for in-demand careers, and learn what we tell students about calculating future earnings into their decision about a major.
May 19, 2015
If you are the parent of a high school junior, you and your student have probably already started thinking about ACT and SAT standardized tests. You likely know that colleges use these scores when making admissions decisions, but did you know that schools also use them when handing out scholarships?
Taking the extra time – and spending a little extra money – to take test prep courses for standardized tests may pay off for your student. Improving a test score by just a point or two could mean thousands of dollars in extra scholarships over the course of your student’s four years in college.
Today's post provide a variety of test prep resources. Please share this email with friends who have a rising senior and encourage them to subscribe to Parent Prep.
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