November 26, 2015
Thanksgiving is the perfect opportunity to say how much we appreciate you as a parent and your part in your student’s college decision process!
Research affirms that parents are the top influencers of a student's college decision. You help to shape the conversation about what is important. Thank you for making a Christian education -- one that presents a distinctly biblical worldview in every academic discipline -- a priority for your student.
From the Cedarville family to yours, may you experience the blessing of God's goodness and peace during this Thanksgiving season!
P.S. Do you know high school seniors who are considering attending Cedarville University next fall? Complete our referral form and encourage them to apply online. When a student you referred applies, we'll send you a free Cedarville T-shirt!
Why Christ Centered Higher Education?
November 25, 2015
Parents of high school students, did you know Cedarville University offers both online and on-campus course options for high school students? Is your student interested in earning college credit now? If so, you don't want to miss this upcoming deadline!
Time is running out for students to complete a College Now application for spring term.
If your high school student has taken the ACT or SAT test and has received test scores, encourage them to apply now to be considered for admission to Cedarville's College Now program. The application deadline for the spring term is December 1.
If your student has not taken one of the standardized tests, that's OK! Encourage him or her to begin preparing for the next ACT or SAT test date. Once students have taken the ACT or SAT, they are eligible to apply for a Cedarville University College Now course.
College Now is an excellent opportunity for high school students to earn college credit while still in high school. Your son or daughter can study with top Cedarville professors, earn college credit, and potentially save thousands on overall college costs. Cedarville University's College Now program offers affordable online and on-campus options. Contact Leanne Rubosky, Associate Director of Admissions for High School and Transfer Students, to see if your son or daughter qualifies to get a head start on college!
November 23, 2015
Getting accepted into Cedarville’s College Now program (college courses for high school students) is based on a student’s high school transcript, standardized test scores, and a church leader recommendation. But that is just the beginning.
Achieving success in a College Now course requires competency in several areas other than academic preparedness. These skills are often referred to as "soft skills," and one of the most important is the ability to write an effective email. This is crucial when communicating with a professor.
Read today's post for seven tips that will help your student as he or she communicates with professors via email. (By the way, most of these tips apply to any e-mail communication!)
November 20, 2015
Begin with the end in mind." That’s good counsel for just about anything in life. Having a vision and a purpose allows us to stay focused on the end goal.
When colleges make admissions decisions, they are seeking to admit students "with the end in mind." Specifically, will they be successful in their college experience and able to achieve their educational goals at the institution?
Read today's post to learn more about Cedarville University's process for admitting students.
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