One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville

Heidi Anderson

Heidi Davidson

Admissions Counselor


If I were a CU student… I would get involved right away. It's honestly hard to not get involved with over 100 different organizations on campus as well as campus-wide events, dorm events, musical opportunities, and more. Whether you like to color, play video games, eat pizza, or play intramural sports, there is something for everyone.

What is the best restaurant in the area? Ironworks Waffle Cafe in Springfield has the BEST waffles, both savory and sweet, and their lattes are stellar.

What sets CU apart from other colleges and universities? Cedarville is an amazing place. It has the nickname "greenhouse" because it really is a place where students experience pruning, growth, knowledge, and fruit in their relationship with Jesus Christ. Cedarville equips students academically but most importantly spiritually through chapel so that every student is knowledgeable in their field as a believer. Additionally, the professors are one-of-a-kind as they pray for the students and seek to grow alongside them. The University is truly founded on the Word of God and the testimony of Jesus Christ. There is no place that feels more like home to me than Cedarville.

Hometown? Zionsville, Indiana

Degree? B.A. in organizational communication

Best place to visit around Cedarville? The Greene has all kinds of shops and restaurants. I love people watching and eating ice cream in the circle.

Bucket list item: I would love to open a farm-to-table restaurant called "Nanny's" after my great great grandmother. She ran the first bed and breakfast in Bathurst, Canada.