May 24, 2016
If your high school student plans to take a College Now dual credit course from Cedarville University in either fall 2016 or spring 2017, make plans to attend the Orientation Day scheduled for August 8, 2016, at 8 a.m. While not mandatory, this orientation day will give high school students confidence as they begin their College Now experience and will help them succeed in the college-level classroom.
Read today's post for more information on what you can expect from this orientation and how to register your student.
May 20, 2016
You still have time to register for Cedarville University summer academic camps — a fun, engaging way for students to explore career options and prepare for their future. But time is running out to — some camps are already full and others are filling quickly!
At Cedarville’s summer academic camps, students can spend a week at Cedarville exploring a career field that interests them. They can choose from art and design, athletic training, business, criminal justice, engineering (FULL), foreign language, forensic science, geology, journalism, medicine, music, nursing (FULL), pharmacy, psychology, theatre, worship, or 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 18, 2016
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?
Read today's post to learn how even a point or two can make a difference in your student's scholarship opportunities. And, you'll find helpful test preparation resources!
May 16, 2016
Cedarville recently graduated its largest class ever, with 761 students earning undergraduate and graduate degrees on Saturday, May 7.
That’s 761 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.
Watch a powerful 60-second video highlighting the 2016 Commencement!
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