Kingdom Diversity at Cedarville University
From academics and athletics to daily chapel and student life, everything at Cedarville is built on biblical truth. And, our commitment to Kingdom diversity is no exception. Using the Word of God as our foundation, we strive to uphold the pattern of diversity that is reflected in the body of Christ. Kingdom diversity is important to us because it is important to God.
At Cedarville, we recognize that the issue of diversity is challenging, and we are working hard to create a campus atmosphere where minority students feel welcome. We understand that all people — regardless of ethnicity — are uniquely created in God’s image and for His glory. We recognize that Kingdom diversity is necessary to fulfill our Gospel mission to reach the world for Jesus Christ.
Recognizing God’s call to reach all people with the Gospel, Cedarville is intentional about sending students out to share Christ with the world.
We have made steady progress in recent years in increasing our students from diverse backgrounds.
Biblical Foundations for Kingdom Diversity
Our approach to Kingdom diversity is based on the Word of God. Diversity is important to Cedarville because it's important to God.
International Student Services (ISS) provides a well-rounded program of services for international and third culture students to help them succeed at Cedarville University.
One Campus Leadership Scholarship
The One Campus Leadership Scholarship is awarded to students who want to enhance the Cedarville community through their personal experience and appreciation for ethnic and cultural diversity.
Rev. James D. Parker Sr. Young Leader Scholarship
With a shared commitment to Christian leadership and the local church, Cedarville’s Office for Intercultural Leadership and the Baptist Fellowship Association (BFA) have coordinated to provide a full-tuition scholarship for an undergraduate student who regularly attends an BFA church.
Civil Rights Bus Tour
The annual Civil Rights Bus Tour allows students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to walk where history was made and heroes were revealed. The journey begins in Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, birthplace and ends at the place he was assassinated.
Created in His Image
Take a minute to listen to Dr. Thomas White's statement on racism and the imago Dei during our Martin Luther King, Jr. Day chapel.
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