One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville
The School of Biblical and Theological Studies is a wonderful place to be equipped to pursue God’s calling for your life. You will experience programs and courses that blend a biblical and theological foundation with a push to practical ministry. Our professors will mentor you academically and spiritually to prepare you to serve God’s Church in the mission of the Gospel. We look forward to getting to know you

Comprehensive University Setting

The uniqueness of preparing for vocational ministry at Cedarville is that there is so much focus on God’s Word and living the Christian life all throughout campus. As a student in the School of Biblical and Theological Studies, your ministry preparation will be enhanced by godly professors in other disciplines who will introduce you to the biblical perspectives for their areas. Through this liberal arts approach, you will be better prepared to have a broader impact for Christ and will gain expertise in other fields that can enhance your platform for ministry. In your School of Biblical and Theological Studies courses, you will be able to dig deeply into the Bible and ministry training that integrates well with life and learning. 

State of the Art Facilities

The Center for Biblical and Theological Studies will be the hub for your courses and training. Designed to serve the educational needs of all of our Bible programs, including the Bible minor classes taken by all Cedarville students, this two-story structure features:

  • An innovative ministries area with a contemporary student center along with resources designed to prepare you for maximum effectiveness in a church setting
  • A homiletics laboratory equipped with technology to help you sharpen your communication skills and excel as a communicator of God’s Word 
  • A spacious, accessible office complex that promotes student interaction with professors outside of class
  • Five collaboration rooms to support group projects
  • A 40-station computer laboratory and four email stations
  • Lounge, gallery, and vending areas that encourage out-of-class interaction