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ACT or SAT: 7 Key Differences

October 3, 2016

SAT vs. ACT - What's the Difference?'Like most universities, Cedarville accepts both ACT and SAT scores. So, how do you decide which is best for your student?

Read today's post to learn seven key differences between the two tests, from Princeton Review, a test preparation and college admission services company.

Contact our Admissions office if you have questions. We want to help you in any way we can!

Parents of Seniors: The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) opened on October 1. The FAFSA is used to determine eligibility for all forms of need-based aid. Even if you do not anticipate qualifying for federal aid, like the Pell Grant, you may receive need-based scholarships from Cedarville and be able to access subsidized student loans. Complete the FAFSA electronically at using your 2015 tax data. Include Cedarville’s federal school code: 003025 to ensure your FAFSA results are sent directly to us.

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Apply Now With No Application Fee

September 28, 2016

image of US dollarsNow is the time for seniors to apply to Cedarville University! More than 1,500 students have already submitted their applications . We are committed to serving each one in a caring and timely way, providing 72-hour turnaround on admissions decisions so that they can take their next step toward enrolling in the fall.

Encourage your student to apply online to Cedarville by November 1, and we'll waive the $30 application fee. 

Questions? Your student's admissions counselor is available to help! Our team looks forward to speaking with you and answering your questions.

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Webinar Reminder! College Insider Discusses High School GPAs and ACT/SAT Test Scores

September 26, 2016

Colorized picture of the earthThere’s still time to register and join us for tonight’s FREE webinar for parents — College Insiders Discuss High School GPAs and ACT/SAT Test Scores. Join us to hear experienced enrollment professionals answer questions you may have about the importance of GPAs and standardized tests.

Register now and join us tonight, Monday, September 26, at 8 p.m. EDT for this informative, FREE webinar. 

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Cedarville's Pharmacy Program Receives Full Accreditation

September 23, 2016

Photo of pharmacist at computerThis summer, Cedarville University celebrated the full accreditation of the School of Pharmacy by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE). ACPE completed a multiyear assessment that culminated with the graduation of the inaugural 2016 Doctor of Pharmacy class in May. The School, under the excellent leadership of its dean, Dr. Marc Sweeney, enjoyed a seamless accreditation process, achieving each benchmark and receiving strong, positive reports at every phase.

Cedarville's School of Pharmacy is marked by exceptional quality and a heart for the Gospel. A strong, interdisciplinary approach and the intentional Christian mission set the program apart, as does the School’s impressive network of partner institutions and companies that provide training for students across the U.S. 

Read a recent press release for the complete story. 

Our pharmacy program is just one example of how Cedarville is preparing students to use their vocation to reach the world for Christ. 

Admission to the School of Pharmacy

Undergraduate: Upon a successful interview with the faculty, freshmen students can enter Cedarville's three-year prepharmacy program and receive a guarantee of direct admission to the Doctor of Pharmacy program when they complete all undergraduate requirements. 

Graduate: College graduates desiring a Pharm.D. degree must complete the PCAT and apply for admission through the PharmCAS application system.

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