Campus Profile 2013–14

Chapel at Cedarville
Cedarville is Christ-Centered
Cedarville is Rigorous
Cedarville is Intentional
Cedarville is Balanced


Enrollment

Total enrolled 3,459  
Undergraduate headcount 3,241 (female 53%, male 47%, minority 8%)
Undergraduate FTE 3,075 (94% of the headcount)
     
Housed on campus 2,562 (79% of total enrollment; 74% of men, 77% of women)
Commuters 171 (5% of total enrollment)
Off-campus/permission given 237 (7% of total enrollment)
     
Graduate 224

Academic programs

Degrees offered 8 bachelor's, 3 master's, 1 doctorate
Authorized degree programs 72 undergraduate, 4 graduate
Academic programs offered 117 undergraduate

Graduation

Completion rate 70.5%
Degrees conferred for 2011–12 583 Undergraduate

Enrollment by college

College of Professions 1,218
College of Health Professions 879
College of Arts and Sciences 1,087

Most popular majors

Nursing 382
Mechanical engineering 248
Early childhood education 138
Pharmaceutical Sciences 120
Biology 119

Largest academic departments

Engineering and Computer Science 443
Nursing 408
Business Administration 323
Science and Mathematics 310
Education 229
Media and Applied Communications 223

Geographic representation

States and U.S. territories 47
Most popular state: OH 1,230 (38%)
Contiguous states (IN, KY, MI, PA, WV) 770 (24%)
Midwest (IL,IN,IA,KS,MI, MN,MO,NE,ND,OH,SD,WI,WV) 1,981 (61%)
Northeast (CT,DE,ME,MD,MA,NH,NJ,NY,PA,RI,VT,DC) 706 (22%)
South (AL,AR,FL,GA,KY,LA,MS,NC,OK,SC,TN,TX,VA) 314 (10%)
West (AK,AZ,CA,CO,HI,ID,MT,NV,NM,OR,UT,WA,WY) 144 (5%)
International 58 (2%)

Church representation

Baptist 1,371 (42%)
Bible and independent 872 (27%)
Other denominations 1,078 (31%)

New Students

Freshmen 781  
Average ACT 26 (National average = 21)
Average SAT 1175 (National average = 1011)
Average GPA 3.64
National Merit 17
     
Public school 53%
Christian school 30%
Home school 15%
Private, non-Christian 2%
     
Transfers 66  
Applications 3,801  
Acceptances 2,729 (72%)  
Matriculations 967 (35%)  
     

Retention

Freshman to sophomore 85%  
     

Faculty

Full-time 235  
Part-time 11  
Terminal degrees 146  
Student-to-faculty ratio 16:1 undergraduate, 11:1 graduate  
     

Staff

Full-time 347  
Part-time 38