Cedarville students bring hurricane relief to Houston's Fifth Ward
Thirty students spent their fall break providing hurricane relief to Houston’s underprivileged.
School of Engineering and Computer Science to debut new supermileage vehicle summer 2018
Cedarville University mechanical engineering students will return to the SAE supermileage competition in 2018.
Cedarville University alumnus honored as CTO of the Year
The Indianapolis Business Journal and TechPoint recognized Cedarville University alumnus Jason Vasquez for his innovative technology leadership.
Cedarville listed among top colleges for merit scholarships
Time's Money Magazine ranks CU No. 9 in the nation for merit-based scholarships.
CU's AYO Dance Company shares journey of faith during fall show
AYO will perform its fall show at the Cedarville Opera House Nov. 17-18.
Thanksgiving dinner sparks international friendships
Cedarville University students will help serve a free Thanksgiving dinner for international students from local universities.
CU's "Dine Out for Hunger" week benefits Dayton's homeless youth
Cedarville social work students will sponsor a week-long Dine Out for Hunger at area restaurants to raise awareness about community hunger and homelessness.
Cedarville's "Pupperoni Night" raises funds for service dog organization
Cedarville University's K9s at the Ville student organization holds dinner fundraiser for 4 Paws for Ability service dog organization.
Andrew Rappaport set to speak in CU chapel
The "Striving for Eternity Ministries" president will speak in chapel on Nov. 16.
Cedarville welcomes Dr. Jason Meyer to chapel
Bethlehem Baptist Church and Bethlehem College professor Dr. Jason Meyer to speak in chapel Nov. 14.
Cedarville University named one of the best schools for studying the Bible
The Best Schools ranks CU 7th nationally for Bible on the strength of its program diversity, academic excellence, curriculum depth, and commitment to Scripture.
Cedarville students witness at secular meetings
Kurtis De Pree, Joshua Ruhlmann, and other students model Gospel-filled outreach on secular campuses.