One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville

Jesse Oliver

If I were a CU student ... I would embrace every opportunity to get involved, meet new people, and try something new. Whether through intramural sports, discipleship groups, bro-sis events, or student organizations, Cedarville has a plethora of exciting opportunities to get involved, make lifelong friendships, and ultimately grow in spiritual maturity. I would also engage with the faculty and staff as often as possible because they truly care about the personal, professional, and spiritual development of every student.

What is the best restaurant in the area? If you love enjoying tacos with friends in a fun environment, Condado Tacos in the Greene is the place for you! With some good music or a deep conversation with your friends, the 30-minute carpool is a breeze.

What sets CU apart from other colleges and universities? Cedarville’s intentional community and its challenging, Gospel-saturated academics. It is evident that Christ is the spearhead of everything Cedarville stands for, and the Gospel fuels a passion to serve others for the glory of God. The excellent faculty and staff not only prepare students for success in their careers, but also in their homes, relationships, and churches.

Hometown? Davison, MI

Degree? B.A. in psychology

Best place to visit around Cedarville? The Greene is a popular catch-all location with restaurants (like Condado Tacos and BD’s), shopping, and a nice movie theater.

Bucket list item? Skydiving in New Zealand