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May Term Information

April 25, 2019

Stack of booksIf your student will be taking classes on campus for May term, here is some information you may need to know:

Moving In – Students may move from their current residence hall into the summer dorms on Sunday, May 5, in the afternoon. For new students or current students who need to arrange a time other than Sunday afternoon, contact Student Life at 937-766-7872 to arrange a check-in time.

Dress Code – Dress code is the same as during the school year (no shorts during class).

Medical Care – University Medical Services (UMS) is closed during May term, but there are several local health care providers that are available to students. Students will need to have a copy of their insurance cards with them.

Dining – There is only one meal plan option for May term. Students will have access to the dining hall for three all-you-can-eat meals Monday–Friday, brunch and dinner on Saturday, and lunch and dinner on Sunday. The first contracted meal is breakfast on Tuesday, May 7. The last contracted meal is dinner on Friday, May 24.

Meal times for May term are as follows:

Monday–Friday

Breakfast – 7–8 a.m.
Lunch – 12–1 p.m.
Dinner – 5–6 p.m.

Saturday

Brunch – 12–1 p.m.
Dinner – 5–6 p.m.

Sunday

Lunch – 12–1 p.m.
Dinner – 5–6 p.m.

For other May term questions, visit our Summer School website.

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Download the Commencement Guide

April 23, 2019

If you’re the parent of a graduating senior, you’re probably getting excited for the May 4 commencement! To help you prepare, we’ve created a guide you can download onto your phone that will give you all the details you need.

  1. Download the Events @ Cedarville University mobile app from either the Apple App Store or Google Play store on your device.
  2. From the app, download the “Cedarville University’s Annual Commencement Guide.”
  3. Refer to the Guide often for everything you need to know for commencement weekend.

It’s that easy! You’ll have information right at your fingertips about area accommodations, dining options, the schedule for the weekend, and more!

We hope this will be a helpful resource as you plan for this important weekend in the life of your family!

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It's #CUGiveDay!

April 16, 2019

Giving day logo with shark fin #everybitecountsToday is the day! Cedarville University is holding a special 24-hour Giving Day event starting today, April 16, at 12 noon and concluding tomorrow, April 17, at 11:59 a.m.

We hope you've been following along with the fun of Cedar Shark week on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

Although the existence of the Cedar Shark might be in question, the needs of Cedarville students are real. Your gift to #CUGiveDay provides much-needed funding to The Cedarville Fund. The Cedarville Fund impacts every aspect of the undergraduate experience by bridging the gap between what tuition covers and the actual cost of providing a Cedarville education. Priorities include supporting student financial aid packages, chapel and Bible minor programming, faculty support, academic excellence, and campus improvements.

We encourage parents to participate because #everybitecounts. Get involved as our campus community comes together to make a difference in the lives of students!

Give Now!

Watch the video below to hear a special encouragement from Dr. White on #CUGiveDay.

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#CUGIVEDAY

April 11, 2019

Giving day logo with shark fin #everybitecountsCedarville University is holding a special 24-hour Giving Day event starting Tuesday, April 16, at 12 noon and concluding Wednesday, April 17, at 11:59 a.m.

Since we think giving should be fun, we’ll kick off this event tomorrow, April 12, by celebrating Cedar Shark Week. Be sure to follow Cedarville on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to participate in contests and track giving. And keep an eye out for the Shark Hunter and other fun videos!

Although the existence of the Cedar Shark might be in question, the needs of Cedarville students are real. Your gift to #CUGiveDay provides much-needed funding to The Cedarville Fund. The Cedarville Fund impacts every aspect of the undergraduate experience by bridging the gap between what tuition covers and the actual cost of providing a Cedarville education. Priorities include supporting student financial aid packages, chapel and Bible minor programming, faculty support, academic excellence, and campus improvements.

We encourage parents to participate because #everybitecounts. Save the date for Tuesday, April 16, and get involved as our campus community comes together to make a difference in the lives of students.

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