Archive for the Student Life Category
January 18, 2016
A recent online Gallup article lists a lack of mentoring as the “biggest blown opportunity in higher ed history.” Citing results from the largest representative study of U.S. college graduates, Gallup determined that where students go to college matters less to their work life and well-being after graduation than how they went to college. Feeling supported and having deep learning experiences during college mean everything when it comes to long-term outcomes after college. A key way that college students receive that support – mentoring – is, unfortunately, often lacking at institutions of higher education and thus, a “blown opportunity."
But Cedarville University is different. We take mentoring our students seriously and are intentional about incorporating it throughout campus.
Read today's post to learn ways that Cedarville provides intentional mentoring opportunities for students.
Why Christ Centered Higher Education?
December 28, 2015
Christmas break is a great time for students to sleep in, spend time with friends, and — most importantly — celebrate Christ's birth. But it's also a good opportunity to take care of important college-related details.
During this break from school, encourage your student to get a head start on 2016 and move that much closer to his or her Cedarville career.
Read today's post for 10 practical tips to make the most of this Christmas break.
P.S. All Cedarville University offices are closed December 21-25 in celebration of the Christmas holiday. We reopen on Monday, December 28, and look forward to serving you.
November 6, 2015
There is still time to register for our next webinar – Five Steps to Finding a Job Out of College. You'll hear from Jeff Reep, Cedarville's Director of Career Services, as he explains what Cedarville is doing to prepare students for their futures. You’ll hear how Cedarville intentionally works with students from day one all the way through graduation — from making sure they are in the right major to helping them land that first job after college. Our nearly 97% career placement rate affirms we’re doing well!
Register now and plan to join us on Monday, November 9, 2015, at 8 p.m.
November 2, 2015
If you know students who are looking for ways to grow their leadership skills AND explore all that Cedarville has to offer, encourage them to register for the CU Lead Conference on January 22–23.
Top high school juniors and seniors will come together with Cedarville University student leaders for two unforgettable days dedicated to building their skills as leaders focused on biblical stewardship, influence, and service.
The short event weekend will fly by, filled with practical sessions on leadership, worship times led by students, meals in our dining hall, fun at the Winter Blast campus party, and an overnight stay in the residence halls – all for just $60.
Visit the CU Lead Conference website to learn more or to register for this event.
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