New Student FAQ
Perhaps you’ve been wondering ...
How do I register for classes?
The Office of the Registrar at Cedarville will schedule you for your classes for the fall semester of your freshman year. Taking into consideration your major(s) selection, they will be placing you into the appropriate classes. You should be receiving your tentative class schedule for fall 2017 during the week of July 10 through CedarInfo.
When will I know how my other college credits/CLEP will transfer?
If you have sent in your official transcripts and/or CLEP test results, you will be receiving a full credit evaluation in your Registration Packet upon your arrival in August.
If you have not already sent your official transcripts or CLEP test results in, please request them to be sent directly from the institution you attended to the Office of the Registrar at Cedarville. In requesting CLEP scores to be sent to Cedarville, please visit the College Board website
Please direct any questions or concerns regarding transfer credits or CLEP results to Karisa Linafelter, Associate Registrar.
When will I know how my ap credits will transfer?
If you have selected Cedarville to receive your AP test(s) results, Cedarville will receive the scores the week of July 8. Since your tentative fall schedule will already have been mailed, we will revise your class schedule if your AP scores affect the schedule that was created for you.
What do I do if I want to change my major?
If you would like to change you major before you arrive on campus, please email your desired change to the Admissions Office. If you prefer to wait, you will be able to meet your faculty adviser on Monday, August 21, and work through any changes necessary at that point.
How can I change my schedule?
Should you desire to change any of your classes, you will work with your advisor beginning on Monday, August 21. Classes begin on Wednesday, August 23.
Who is my academic adviser?
If you have already declared a major(s), you will be assigned a corresponding faculty member in your field of study. You will have the chance to meet him/her on Monday, August 21, after Getting Started Weekend.
If you are currently an "Undeclared" major, your academic adviser will be a faculty or staff member who is specially trained to assist undeclared majors. You will meet this person on Monday, August 21.
When is orientation?
Orientation for new students will take place on campus during Getting Started Weekend on August 18-20. Please check out our Getting Started page for more information.