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In-Person Pledge

This Caring Well. Staying Well. site provides updates and resources for the Cedarville University community regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on our campus operations. We are thankful for the opportunity to complete an in-person year of learning, are looking forward to welcoming summer guests, and are preparing for a return to normal operations in the fall semester, Lord willing.

Are you looking for a vibrant, in-person campus experience, even in this COVID season?

While carefully navigating the COVID-19 pandemic and protecting our campus community, Cedarville University is committed to face-to-face learning* for all of our residential programs. We believe that our mission to provide our undergraduate and graduate students with an excellent education and intentional discipleship is best accomplished when students learn in person from a godly, mentoring professor.

This year, our students have enjoyed in-person classes, daily chapel, discipleship groups, and campus activities, all while carefully following appropriate COVID safety protocols.

We are also pleased to welcome prospective students and parents for in-person campus visits. Being on campus is the best way to get to know Cedarville and see if it's the right fit for you. 

*Note: Cedarville will maintain in-person instruction unless prevented by state or federal COVID-19-related mandates.

In-Person Pledge