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Housing and Meals

Campus housing is only available during the summer for graduate students. Students staying in campus housing are required to complete the housing request form at least two weeks prior to the start of class.

For off-campus housing options, visit the Area Accommodations site.

Summer Residential Health Insurance

All graduate students staying in campus housing must provide proof of health insurance. International students staying in campus housing and attending class at Cedarville University are required to purchase health insurance valid for services in the United States. Both International students and US citizens who do not have health insurance may purchase insurance through Cedarville University.

For information about general health insurance, visit the Graduate Student Health Insurance Plan site.


Most students enjoy buffet style meals in the university dining hall located in the Stevens Student Center. As a graduate student, you will receive faculty/staff meal rates of $2.75 to $3.75 per meal. Students who prefer to dine off-campus enjoy several local restaurants within easy walking distance of the Cedarville campus.

For off-campus dining options, visit the Area Restaurants site.

Computer Access and CedarNet

Each residence hall room is equipped with a networked computer enabling students to use CedarNet, the University's intranet. CedarNet provides access to over 150 commercial software packages, extensive online library resources, and high-speed internet. Please familiarize yourself with the CedarNet Acceptable Use Policy.


Coin-operated washers and dryers are available.