Chloe BowlingGuest Coordinator and Athletics Liaison
If I were a CU student … I would try new things! There are so many unique opportunities at Cedarville, like our dance organization, AYO. Even if you’re the worst at dancing (like me!), you can still join in and have a great time meeting people and learning something new. I would go to a soccer or basketball game and go all out dressing up in blue and yellow to support our Yellow Jackets! It’s so fun to be a part of our energetic student section at home games. Academically, I would take the time to zoom out and really appreciate my classes. It’s easy to focus on the homework and strive for grades rather than learning and personally applying the material, so sometimes it’s good to sit back, look at the big picture, and see how much you’re growing even just week to week. This is especially applicable to our Bible minor classes and chapel. It’s important to take time to really soak in and appreciate all the incredible lessons you get to learn day by day at Cedarville.
What is the best restaurant in the area? You can’t go wrong with pizza and breadsticks from Colonial’s!
What sets CU apart from other colleges and universities? The community. There are so many ways that Cedarville is intentional in building a strong Christian community, and the biggest ways I experienced this was through chapel and the residence halls. It is so encouraging to gather with fellow believers for an hour each day and praise our Savior together. How incredible to get a daily glimpse of what Heaven will be like worshipping together! In the residence halls, there are so many opportunities for deep conversations and connections. You talk through chapel speakers, things you’re learning in classes, or what the Lord is doing in your life. Cedarville keeps Christ first in everything and prepares students to live each day with eternity in their mind and the Gospel mission as their focus.
Hometown? Grafton, OH
Degree? B.A. in Strategic Communication
Best place to visit around Cedarville? Indian Mounds, specifically the waterfall. It’s the perfect place for a picnic or to just sit and study.
Bucket list item? I’m pretty laid back, so you won’t find me skydiving or bungee jumping, but I would love to travel around Europe and visit old castles.
Territories? Transfers and nontraditional students