Learn the Latest COVID-19 Updates from Cedarville Infectious Disease Expert
Watch the video of Friday's online town hall with Dr. Zach Jenkins, an infectious disease expert and associate professor of pharmacy practice.
Cyber Operations Major Being Offered
Students can begin to enroll for classes this fall.
New Program Develops Nursing Leaders
The Graduate Certificate in Nursing Leadership will prepare students to gain advanced knowledge in quality and safety, organizational systems, and strategic decision-making.
Ray Ortlund Coming to Cedarville
Senior pastor at Immanuel Church in Nashville, Tennessee, will be joined by the Immanuel Worship Band.
Pharmacy Student to Lobby Congress on Healthcare Policy
Luke Mennen is the first Cedarville University pharmacy student to participate in this event.
One of the Best in the Midwest for Student Engagement
Cedarville ranked ahead of the University of Michigan, Notre Dame, and Purdue.
Sunscreen and Beach Towels for Foster Children
CU Women Sunny Days Supply Drive items can be dropped off in bins in the lower SSC outside the SGA and CAB offices.
This Week on the Cedarville Stories Podcast: Dick Blanc
The executive director of the Beyond Startup Accelerator is a business adventurer with a biblical compass.
Masterworks Concert Celebrates Beethoven's Birthday
Tickets for the March 27th concert are available online or at the door.
Not Your Typical Spring Break: Mission Trips Abound
209 students, faculty, and staff will spend March 2-6 serving others.
Pharmacy Students on Mission Throughout the U.S.
Teams are serving in Appalachia, Arizona, and Clarkston, Georgia.
This Weekend on the Cedarville Stories Podcast: Michael McKay
Assistant Professor of Biblical Theology shares how the Word of God opened his eyes to famous biblical sites.