One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville

If I were a CU student…

I would immediately reach out to professors and students and start developing relationships within the Cedarville family right away. These relationships with other students, faculty, and staff will carry you through your four years on campus. My friends and professors were a constant source of encouragement and joy for me during my time as a student at Cedarville.

What is the best restaurant in the area?

Ellie's Restaurant and Bakery in the Mills Park Hotel in Yellow Springs!

What sets CU apart from other colleges and universities?

Cedarville is not just a Christian university in name only. There is an intentional emphasis on spiritual growth for students, faculty, and staff that is incorporated into every classroom, every faculty and staff meeting, and in every interaction on campus. Having chapel five days a week is a testament to the priority that is placed on spiritual growth for the entire Cedarville family. In addition, the relationships that faculty have with students is unmatched. Faculty strive to develop long-term relationships with students that go far beyond just academics. Faculty truly care about the well-being of their students and their desire is to help them succeed in whatever career God has called them to. Many students keep in touch with their professors long after graduation. It is difficult to fully express how tight-knit the Cedarville family is. It is a special place to spend four formative years.


Indianapolis, IN


Political science with a minor in international studies

Best place to visit around Cedarville?

The Short North District in Columbus!

Bucket list item?

I would love to visit every country in Europe!