Is online education right for me?
Are online courses a good option for students who need disability accommodations?
Cedarville University's online courses are designed to be accessible for all students.
If you have a disability covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act and have registered for an online course, please contact the Disability Services office to make sure we’re aware of your needs.
Visit the Disability Services website.
Do you have what it takes?
Success in an online course requires a specific skill-set and approach to learning. Take our self-evaluation quiz to find out if online courses are a good fit for you.
Are you ready? Online class requirements checklist:
Are you accepted to Cedarville University?
Do you have high-speed internet access?
- Yes: A high speed internet connection is necessary for accessing much of the online course content.
- No: Access to high speed internet is essential to succeeding in an online course. Course materials such as audio and video content require a fast and consistent internet connection so make sure you obtain such access before enrolling in an online course.
Time Designated for the Class
- Yes: While online courses offer more flexibility than traditional courses, they still follow a weekly schedule for completing activities. Set aside an ample amount of time to complete activities each week, and avoid lengthy trips while you’re in the course, especially if you won’t have internet access while you’re away.
- No: A typical class will require about 3 hours of work per credit hour per week (i.e. 9 hours of work per week for a 3-credit course). Make sure you have time to succeed in your online course.