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Announcing Plans to Return to Normal Operations for the Fall

April 20, 2021

Yesterday in chapel, Dr. White announced plans for Cedarville to return to normal operations, including the traditional fall schedule, for 2021-2022. Fall classes are set to begin on August 18. The University’s annual Getting Started move-in weekend is slated for August 13-15.

Read more details and watch a video shown in chapel as part of the announcement in today's post

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Defending Life Summer Institute at Cedarville

April 8, 2021

Equipping the Next Generation of Pro-Life Leaders

Cedarville University seeks to be among the nation's leaders in speaking for the sanctity of life and the rights of the unborn. To help us accomplish this, we are excited to announce the Defending Life Summer Institute, designed to equip the next generation of pro-life leaders to advocate for the life of the unborn. Through two weeks of intensive training with two national leading pro-life communicators, you'll learn how to defend the pro-life position to a hostile world.

 Read today's post for details about the institute and to watch a video with one of the speakers.

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End-of-Year Information

April 6, 2021

Founders Hall in springIt’s hard to believe, but the academic year is coming to a close in just a few weeks. We’ll be praying along with you as your student takes final exams and prepares to head home for the summer (or wherever God is taking them!).

As you make plans for picking up your student, here are some things to keep in mind:

  • The last contract meal for the semester is dinner on Friday, April 30.
  • Students must be out of the residence halls by Saturday, May 1, at 5 p.m. (8 p.m. for graduating seniors).
  • Students may have up to two people assist them with move-out.
  • Students are able to leave before Saturday if their exam schedule allows. They will receive more detailed instructions from their RDs about times during finals week when visitors may enter the residence halls to help with move-out.
  • Parking will be at a premium Saturday due to two commencement ceremonies (10 a.m. and 2 p.m.). If you plan to pick up your student on Saturday, you may want to come very early.

If your student will be graduating, thank you for letting us invest in his or her 1,000 days at Cedarville. It has been our pleasure to serve your family!

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Join Us for Our Good Friday Experience

April 1, 2021

Seven a good friday experience with jesus on the crosssAs a reminder, we have two very special events planned for Good Friday, April 2, and we invite you to join us either online or in person, as we pause to reflect on the great sacrifice that Jesus made to pay for our sins and redeem mankind.

SEVEN: a good friday experience
Dixon Ministry Center Jeremiah
Chapel 10 and 11 a.m.; 12, 1, and 2 p.m.

(10 a.m. service is for faculty, staff, and students only)

Join the Cedarville community for a moving worship experience as we walk through the events leading to Jesus’ crucifixion. The multimedia event will stir your heart as you witness Christ’s betrayal, suffering, and death in a powerful new way.

SEVEN will be available to watch via livestream at 10 a.m. for those not able to attend in person.

Tetelestai: It Is Finished
Cedar Lake 3 p.m.

The Cedarville community will gather around Cedar Lake for a somber time of reflection at the moment of Christ’s sacrifice for us.

Tetelestai will be available as an in-person event only.


You can watch Seven: a good friday experience from our Good Friday website. You'll also find resources on the website to enhance your worship experience.

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