Theology II on Video and Online for No Charge
Dr. Jeremy Kimble teaches the course, which covers the doctrines of Christ, salvation, the Holy Spirit and eschatology.
Research and Scholarship Symposium Goes All Online
This year's event happens April 8 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at cedarville.edu/researchsymposium.
#CUGiveHope Day Will Help Families Impacted by the Pandemic
Funds raised will be used for scholarships and emergency support for students and their families facing financial hardship because of the coronavirus.
Cedarville Stories Podcast: Walking Sunshines Builds Strong Ties to the University
Rah Jacob is Director of Advancement Experiences and is well known for his warm and welcoming personality.
Tips for Online Learners During the Pandemic
Staff from The Cove offered practical insights and affirmation for students during their online town hall April 1.
Core Values Motivate Student in Printing 3-D Masks for Healthcare Workers
Connor Hart and the Hands of Hope non-profit switch from creating prosthetics to helping in the effort against the pandemic.
Campus Visits Go Virtual
Prospective students can "visit" Cedarville virtually beginning April 1.
The Scharnbergs of Des Moines, Iowa, are the family behind the largest gift in Cedarville’s history, which will help build the School of Business Administration’s new home. Find out how the Scharnbergs built their enterprises on faith, integrity, and biblical wisdom.
Student Consultants Help Companies Save Millions
The Lean Process Management class gives students the opportunity to look at a company’s processes to evaluate waste in terms of time, material, or movement, with the goal of helping that company work more efficiently and profitably.
Last fall, Cedarville announced the launch of the Beyond Startup Accelerator. The accelerator will connect student and alumni entrepreneurs with expert business advice and potential investment. Deputy Director Kyle Peterson outlines the exciting vision to establish the University as the Midwest hub for faith-based business development.
A New Day for Business
The Milner Business Administration Building has served Cedarville well, but a new home for the School of Business Administration is on the horizon, the Lorne C. Scharnberg Business Center. This expanded and innovative space will help Cedarville train and inspire Christian business professionals for the 21st-century marketplace.