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Student Life

Experience Vibrant Community

At Cedarville, our mission is clear: We want every student to be equipped to love God, love others, live with integrity, and pursue excellence in everything they do. Whether it’s late-night conversations in the residence hall, a service project with your campus organization, or an evening sharing the Gospel at a nearby college — your Cedarville experience will be filled with new friendships, fun activities, and incredible memories. At Cedarville, every event and every program is intentionally designed to build a strong community and point you to Christ. Your time at Cedarville will not just be fun; it will be truly life-transforming.

Our Student Blog: Life at Cedarville

  • Do Mornings Really Matter?

    Getting enough sleep is a struggle in and of itself for the average college student. But there’s a big difference between sleeping enough and being truly rested. I have a proposition for you: why not rest through your alarms rather than simply sleeping through them?  The post Do Mornings Really Matter? appeared first on Student Life.

  • What About the Parents?

    Hey, Cedarville Parents, this blog post is specifically for you! I thought I would share some important information/resources to all of you that will be helpful in answering some of the questions you may have or just get you farther plugged in to what’s going on in the 'Ville (as us cool kids would say)! The post What About the Parents? appeared first on Student Life.

  • How Do I Take Chapel Notes?

    Chapel truly is the heartbeat of Cedarville’s campus. It is a great opportunity to worship with other students and hear the Word of God preached daily. At Cedarville, we hear so many incredible sermons from faculty and guests. It’s an incredible blessing, but it can also feel overwhelming. Taking notes helps me to get the most out of the time the Lord has given me to hear his Word preached. The post How Do I Take Chapel Notes? appeared first on Student Life.

Campus Experience

Music and Drama

Students actors in "Music Man," performed in Cedarville's DeVries Theatre

Chapel

Students worship in chapel

Yellow Jacket Athletics

Women's Basketball Team Playing in Callan Athletic Center

Ministries

Group of students on a mission trip

Activities and Campus Traditions

Cedarville's iconic rock is frequently painted by the students

Join a Student Org

Student org event

Residential Options

Commute to Campus

Designated commuter parking lot

Live on Campus

Keys being passed out on getting started weekend

Living in Southwest Ohio

Students walk down a sidewalk in the fall

Experience Cedarville

Get to know our campus, hear from students, and see how Cedarville intentionally builds genuine community into everything we do.

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1,000 Days

Our President, Dr. Thomas White, shares his passion for transforming students' lives during their 1,000 days on campus.

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First Impressions

Students share their first impressions of their Cedarville experience during Getting Started Weekend.

Virtual Campus Tour

Enjoy an interactive, informative campus experience that will make you think you’re standing right on our beautiful campus.

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Experience the Involvement Fair

With more than 100 different organizations and ministries, there are so many different ways to get involved at Cedarville, and you'll find them all at the Involvement Fair.

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A Day in the Life

Follow a student to get a glimpse of a typical day at Cedarville University.

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Cedarville University Athletics

Whether intercollegiate or intramural, Cedarville offers opportunities for athletic involvement and healthy competition.

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Building Community

At Cedarville, genuine Christian community is intentionally built into every program, event, and activity on campus.