Archive for Janice Supplee
March 25, 2013
What do parents of Cedarville University students have to say about Cedarville? What is their experience as parents? What is the experience of their student? In today's post, hear from those who currently have students attending Cedarville University!
Is your student ready to finalize the decision to attend Cedarville? Submit the $250 reservation deposit online today!
Why Christ Centered Higher Education?
March 5, 2013
Join us for a first-ever All-Access visit and orientation event planned especially for future Cedarville students and their parents on Friday, March 15, 2013. Register by March 7 to reserve your place at this special visit event. While you and your student are on campus, we'll give you "all-access" to Cedarville services and information:
- Attend helpful seminars
- Experience student-led chapel
- Take a campus tour, including our residence halls
- Talk with a financial aid counselor
- Relax at The Hive and enjoy an "ALTernative" student event
- Meet current and future Cedarville students and their parents
You are also invited to a special focus group session to review the brand new Cedarville University website. A very small number of individuals have gotten a sneak peak at the website, but we want YOUR feedback. The focus group will take place in the evening after the All-Access Orientation events. A Pizza dinner will be provided for those who participate. There are a limited number of slots open for this focus group. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place and to receive more information.
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November 15, 2012
If you are like most families, you are looking for as much financial aid as possible. In addition to aid provided by colleges and universities and government sources, there are many other private scholarship options available. Although time consuming, these scholarships can offer big rewards for those who make the effort.
Today's post provided by Mr. Kim Jenerette, Executive Director of Financial Aid, gives five hints for accessing private scholarships.
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October 29, 2012
College application fees can add up! Thirty dollars here; fifty dollars there. Why pay them if you don't have to?
Most universities offer application fee waivers for students who apply by a specific deadline, typically in the fall. For example, Cedarville University waives its application fee for all students who apply online by November 1. Submitting college applications early and taking advantage of fee waivers is a great way to start saving now on college-related expenses.
By the way, the response to Cedarville's fee waiver has been remarkable! Applications for Fall 2013 are already at record levels. Please encourage your student - if he/she hasn't done so already - to apply online by Thursday and save the application fee.
Questions? Your student's admissions counselor is available to help! Our team looks forward to meeting you and answering your questions.
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