As you transition to college life, you may have questions or find yourself in need of support. That’s why we have services in place to meet your needs from day one until you graduate. From academic assistance to paying your bill to setting up your computer, you can reach out to the following departments for assistance. We want to help you succeed during your four years at Cedarville!
Campus Security provides services to keep the campus community safe. From registering your vehicle to reporting a lost bicycle, they can help.
Career Services office helps you prepare for your career starting right when you arrive on campus. From choosing a major to writing the perfect resume to preparing for a job interview, you will find help every step of the way.
The Cashiers office allows you to pay and review your bill.
Counseling Services is available to students in need of counseling, mentoring, or support.
The Cove, Cedarville’s academic enrichment center, provides academic resources and support that facilitate learning.
Information Technology can help with any technical issues you might have. From setting up your personal computer to accessing the network from your smartphone, IT is available to help!
International Student Services
International Student Services provides a well-rounded program of services for international and third culture students that will help you succeed at Cedarville University.
Postal and Print Services
Postal and Print Services provides print and mail services to the campus community. Need to mail a package? Put together a presentation? They can help.
Residence Life can assist you with any issue related to your residence hall and provides event programming, spiritual growth groups, and discipleship opportunities.
Student employment opportunities are plentiful on campus, allowing you to earn an income while you study. And often, you’ll even be able to find jobs within your field of study.
University Medical Services
University Medical Services (UMS) is available to all students and functions much like your family doctor’s office or an urgent care.