Not Your Typical Spring Break: Mission Trips Abound
209 students, faculty, and staff will spend March 2-6 serving others.
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.
Masterworks Concert Celebrates Beethoven's Birthday
Tickets for the March 27th concert are available online or at the door.
Retired Teacher Finds Cedarville Education Program Exceptional
Janet Gendron delighted with the School of Education preparation her twin daughters, Hannah and Rebecca, received.
Students Testing All-Natural Energy Drink
The School of Pharmacy conducting a study on a formula that promotes blood flow to the muscles, resulting in increased alertness and response time.
Newsroom Awarded "Diamond" by PRSA
In the 2 ½ years since opening the newsroom, Cedarville faculty experts have averaged more than 150 television and radio interviews per academic year.
This Week on the Cedarville Stories Podcast: Dan DeWitt
DeWitt is Associate Professor of Applied Theology and Apologetics and Director of Cedarville’s Center for Biblical Apologetics and Public Christianity.
Exclusive Agreement Gives Ministry Students Added Pathway to Service
Partnership with Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) will provide an M.B.A. option that can be completed with the SEBTS Master of Divinity degree.
Almost Losing Dad Leads to Deeper Faith
Father of Cedarville junior social work major Marci Gabrielse was diagnosed with tongue cancer five years ago.
International Touring Violinist Offering Free Masterclass
The free class begins at 3 p.m. in the Dixon Ministry Center Recital Hall.
School of Business Administration Hosts Series on Socialism
Dr. James Otteson, a political economist from Wake Forest University, will speak on February 18.