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Transforming Lives for Godly Service and Vocational Distinction
Cedarville University transforms lives through excellent education and intentional discipleship in submission to biblical authority. We are passionate about preparing outstanding professionals who will use their in-demand skills and professional influence to make a difference for Jesus Christ.
With a Bible minor built into all undergraduate programs and biblical integration in every course, Cedarville is driven by an unwavering commitment to the inerrancy and authority of Scripture. You’ll learn the Gospel and be challenged to live and share it.
Few Christian universities can match the breadth and quality of Cedarville’s program mix. Choose from the liberal arts or the professions, undergraduate or graduate, residential or online — more than 150 sought-after programs available.
Worship and Community
Truly like nowhere else, our daily chapel is the heartbeat of our campus community. Students, faculty, and staff gather each weekday for dynamic worship and great preaching. Chapel is what makes Cedarville feel like family and is the top-rated experience on campus!
Return on Investment
You’ll emerge from Cedarville prepared to succeed in a highly competitive professional environment — our 98.3% placement rate affirms that success! More importantly, you’ll be equipped to make a Gospel impact through your vocation wherever God calls.
98.5% of graduates employed or in grad school within six months.
Students from 48 states and 43 countries build global career and ministry network.
Top 5 in U.S. for professors’ engagement with students, says The Wall Street Journal.
100% of freshmen receive scholarships – $17,950 average.
Take a look at Cedarville University and experience the people, the programs, and the passions that make it a truly special place.
The Cedarville Experience
What makes Cedarville unique? Listen to what students have to say about their academically excellent, truly Christian Cedarville experience.
Our President, Dr. Thomas White, shares his passion for transforming students' lives during their 1,000 days on campus.
Bringing Hope and Healing to Nicaragua
Cedarville nursing students spent spring break sharing the love of Christ and offering medical care as part of a CUGO trip to Nicaragua.
Cedarville by the Numbers
Numbers can tell a story if you just listen. Get a quick snapshot of the important facts and figures behind the Cedarville experience.
Stewarding Your Gifts With a Graduate Degree
Listen as Cedarville's president, Dr. Thomas White, discusses how our graduate programs can help you steward your God-given talents for His glory.
Cedarville Yellow Jackets NCAA Athletics
The Yellow Jackets have a long tradition of competitive success, exciting fan moments, and teamwork at its very best.
Rebecca Gendron shares how her #CUGO trip to Turkey encouraged her to not settle for a comfortable life, but a life sold out for Christ.
CU Fridays are designed to give you a firsthand experience of all that Cedarville University has to offer.
Funds raised will be used for scholarships and emergency support for students and their families facing financial hardship because of the coronavirus.
Rah Jacob is Director of Advancement Experiences and is well known for his warm and welcoming personality.
Staff from The Cove offered practical insights and affirmation for students during their online town hall April 1.
CEDARVILLE, Ohio - Cedarville University women's tennis player Halie Hardwick served as President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee for the 2019-20 academic year.
CEDARVILLE, Ohio - The Yellow Jackets recognize the outstanding work by the Cedarville University athletic trainers as the annual National Athletic Training Month comes to a close.
All On-Campus Events for Spring Semester have been cancelled
Postponed - 124th Annual Commencement
Postponed - 124th Annual Commencement
Get a firsthand look at all that Cedarville has to offer. You’ll enjoy a full day of activities, touring campus, and hearing what students have to say about their Cedarville experience.