Jon Czyzewski

  1. About the School
  2. Academic Programs
  3. Accreditation and Recognition
  4. Alumni Connect
  5. Center for Pharmacy Innovation
  6. Experiential Programs
  7. Pharmacy Missions
  8. Faculty and Staff
  9. Gift Giving
  10. Research
  11. Statistics

Jon Czyzewski


I am a Junior from Centerville Ohio. I am involved in APHA-ASP (Pharmacy Organization). In APHA I am the fundraising chair, and the Undergraduate Liaison officer. I am also involved in a service/discipleship fraternity called Theta Rho Epsilon. On top of these activities I am involved with the Student Academic Advisory Board, which advises the faculty academic board on the needs of the students. On the weekends I play in my church worship band, as well as play intramurals.

The past three summers I have worked at Lowe’s Home Improvement as a sales associate. During the semester I work in the student snack shop, Stinger's. After graduating I hope to be working as a pharmacist in the ER, or in a clinical setting.

Favorite Places to Visit

  • The Indian Mounds
  • Downtown Columbus
  • Bill's Doughnuts
  • The Greene

Why Cedarville?

Cedarville University has an excellent pharmacy program that lets you enjoy your undergraduate years as well as keeping the total program down to 7 years. Also the School of Pharmacy at Cedarville has Christian professors that want to develop a relationship with you. The school of pharmacy also requires students to go on a pharmacy related missions trip as well involvement in two pharmacy organizations that strength your abilities as a future pharmacist while developing your leadership skills. Cedarville will help strength your faith, while developing you into a great pharmacist.


  • Hiking
  • Football
  • Hockey
  • Volleyball
  • Grilling
  • Volunteering


The secret to doing well in college is time management and good study habits. If you can master these two concepts college is much easier. High school is the perfect place to try new things and to develop your passions and loves, so go out for a sport, volunteer, take an honors class, join student government, get a job. All of these activities will help you in your college choice as well as develop you as a person.