One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville

Cameron Arminio

Cam Arminio

Assistant Director of Admissions


If I were a CU student... I would get involved! Cedarville offers many opportunities for students to be a part of an amazing community. I’d check out the intramural sports, disciple groups, and the variety of mission trips available. By getting involved, you will develop strong, deep-rooted relationships that will last forever. Lastly, I would take advantage of the unique career services offered on campus. Cedarville wants to help you achieve your goals and this is one way to do that.

What is the best restaurant in the area? My favorite hangout spot in the area is Beans-n-Cream, in downtown Cedarville. The chicken bacon melt is DELICIOUS! Not only is the food amazing, it is a for-sure hangout spot when studying for exams and doing homework. It’s also a perfect place to have intimate, deep conversations with your friends about the important things in life.

What sets CU apart from other college and universities? I did not attend Cedarville University for my bachelor’s degree, which gives me a unique perspective on why Cedarville is special. What stands out to me is that Christ is always at the center. The core of other colleges and universities are in their academics, whereas the core of Cedarville is Jesus. The second I stepped on campus, I instantly felt loved and cared for.

Hometown? Fairfield, Ohio

Degree? I have a B.S. in finance.

Best place to visit around Cedarville? Yellow Springs! There are beautiful places to hike like the Glen Helen Nature Preserve and John Bryan State Park. There is the Little Miami Bike Trail that is a blast to go on bike rides with friends. My competitive nature loves the putt-putt course and the driving range. BUT, my favorite place in Yellow Springs is Young’s Jersey Dairy, where I eat an unhealthy amount of homemade ice cream on hot summer days.

Bucket list item? Attend a NBA Finals basketball game!

Territories? Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota