One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville

Feustel Arielle

Arielle Feustel

Associate Director of Admissions - Guest Services


If I were a CU student... I would jump into campus life and take advantage of all of the extracurricular activities Cedarville has to offer as soon as I got here! Try new things, meet new people, be intentional in building relationships, and find the opportunities that will best utilize your strengths and challenge your weaknesses all to the glory of God!

What is the best restaurant in the area? It’s 10:30pm. You’re tired. You’re hungry. But you don’t know what you want. I’LL TELL YA - Mac n cheese bites and a chocolate peanut butter cup tornado from Mom and Dads. Best part? It’s right across the street. Best BEST part? You don’t have to wait until 10:30 pm. 10/10 do not regret.

What sets CU apart from other colleges and universities? Cedarville seamlessly integrates the Gospel into every aspect of campus life -- academics, athletics, residence life -- EVERYTHING. The faculty, staff, and student body are FOR your spiritual growth and maturity and you will be championed toward Christ-likeness and a greater knowledge and understanding of the Word through daily chapels, the relationships that you make with others on campus, and the activities always going on around campus. Cedarville also equips students of all majors to take the Gospel out into the world beyond their time here. That is one of the most valuable aspects of the longevity of a Cedarville education.

Hometown? Islip, NY/Brookville, OH

Degree? B.A. in Biblical Studies

Best place to visit around Cedarville? The Greene (restaurants and shopping fairly close by!) or Cincinnati/Columbus (Fox in the Snow is a fan-fav coffee shop in Columbus!)

Bucket list item? Memorize a book of the Bible