Happy Thanksgiving!

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Happy Thanksgiving!

November 27, 2013

Thanksgiving is the perfect opportunity to say how much we appreciate you as a parent and your part in your student’s college decision process!  Research shows that parents help to shape the conversation about what is important in a student's college decision. Thank you for making "truly Christ-centered" education a priority for your student and family.

Why is choosing a Christ-centered university so important? The #1 measurable outcome of a university degree in the United States is a decline in students' faith. Higher education is not value neutral, and students are walking away from their faith in disturbing numbers.

That's why parents tell us they appreciate and invest in a Cedarville University education for their children! They have confidence that their student's faith will be encouraged and strengthened here -- whether through classes, chapel, Bible studies, or friendships. Cedarville offers a wide variety of opportunities for students to get involved and to grow spiritually. Parents also know our rigorous, nationally recognized academic programs will equip their young adult for personal and professional success.

From the Cedarville family to yours, may you experience the blessing of God's goodness and peace during this Thanksgiving season!


As you head into the holiday season, be sure to check out the Cedarville Bookstore website: yellowjacketzone.com! The site offers a large selection of Cedarville Yellow Jacket apparel, bags, jerseys, and much more! It's a great way to celebrate your future Yellow Jacket this Christmas season. Visit us online soon! 

Also, it's not to late to submit an application for admission! All students who apply in the month of November receive a FREE "Follow Your Calling" T-shirt from Cedarville University.

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