One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville

Andrew McKay

Senior Admissions Counselor

If I were a CU student… I would try to get involved in as much as I could. There are so many different clubs, organizations, and events where you can get involved and meet new people. I would join a discipleship group to develop relationships with other guys that are in the same stage of life that I am. I’d also play as many intramurals that my schedule would allow in order to have a study break and meet new people.

What is the best restaurant in the area? Chuy’s! It’s a little farther away (about 27 min), but is one of my favorites.

What sets CU apart from other college and universities? My freshman year of college, I was at Texas Christian University (TCU). I ended up transferring to Cedarville my sophomore year after my dad got a job as a biblical studies professor. I loved my time at TCU, but I am so glad that I was able to transfer to Cedarville. Not only did I receive a fantastic education, but I also grew so much spiritually in both my knowledge of God’s Word and my love for Him. And to make things even better, I had a fun time while doing it. There’s not too many places that will grow you like Cedarville can.

Hometown? Fort Worth, TX

Degree? B.A. in Christian education with a youth ministry minor

Best place to visit around Cedarville? Young’s! They have good ice cream, putt-putt, batting cages, and a driving range all in one place.

Bucket list item? Skydiving

Territories? Michigan, Ohio zip codes: 434, 435, 436, 440, 441. 448, 455, 458,