One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville
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Military Families and Veterans

Cedarville University is a military friendly school — in fact, according to U.S. News and World Report, we’re the No. 1 best college for veterans in colleges in the Midwestern region! Whether you’re a veteran yourself or a dependent of someone actively serving in the military, we think you’ll find a home at Cedarville.

The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement. Cedarville University is not an official component of the Department of Defense or any Military Service.

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Using Your Benefits

Cedarville strives to make it easy for you to use your Department of Veterans Affairs (VA benefits), including participating in the Yellow Ribbon program.

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Military Support Group

Cedarville’s Military Service Organization offers support to veterans and military families.

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Seeking Medical Care

One benefit of being at Cedarville is our close proximity to Dayton VA Medical Center (veterans) and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Medical Service (active military).

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Reserve Officers’ Training Corps

For enlisted veterans who want to pursue officer training to continue their military career, Cedarville offers ROTC programs for both Air Force and Army.

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Supportive Community

At Cedarville, you’ll find help and support when you need it.

Cashiers Office (Contact: Ron Wood)
Centennial Library
Career Services (Contact: Jeff Reep)
Disability Services (Contact: Marcy VanMeter)
Military Aid (Contact: Stephanie Cronin)
The Cove (Academic Enrichment Center)
Veterans Benefits (Contact: Karen Heath)
Writing Center