September 20, 2017
Want to keep up with all that’s happening at Cedarville University? Here are two great ways you can stay connected.
Subscribe to "Inside View," the monthly e-Newsletter from our President, Dr. Thomas White. In it he shares all that is happening at Cedarville University. As you consider Cedarville for your son or daughter, we hope this "Inside View" gives you a taste of what Cedarville is all about.
Dr. White also posts regularly to his blog about events and news at Cedarville, theology and church issues, or whatever else God lays on his heart. He'll also post his weekly sermon series as well as other chapel speakers of interest. Subscribe to his blog to be notified when a new post is published. You'll enjoy reading his insights and seeing the heart of the man who leads Cedarville.
Posted in Why Christ Centered Higher Education?
September 18, 2017
As you and your student work through the college search process and, ultimately, decide which university is the best fit for your family, college fairs can be a great first step in learning about the many options. You’ll meet representatives from a wide range of schools and ask the questions that matter the most to you. You may even go home with lots of great SWAG!
Along with representatives from other Christian colleges, Cedarville's admissions counselors will be touring the country this fall taking part in Christian College Fairs hosted by the North American Coalition for Christian Admissions Professionals. And, we'd like to meet YOU!
NACCAP hosts more than 120 fairs across the U.S. and Canada each year. Check online to find fairs in your area, then come and get to know the different options in Christian higher education.
We think you'll see that Cedarville stands out for providing a Gospel-focused, rigorous education that will prepare your student to excel professionally and make an impact for Jesus Christ.Read More »
Posted in Admissions
September 14, 2017
Fall will soon be here and it is a great time to visit Cedarville — the morning air is getting crisp, leaves will soon turn orange and red, and campus is bustling with activities. From theatre productions to athletic events, there is always something happening! And, the best way to discover if Cedarville is right for your student is to visit and see all that we have to offer.
There is still plenty of time to plan your visit to Cedarville University this fall. Consider attending a CU Friday, our most popular visit option, on September 22, October 13, or November 17. (There is still time to register for next week's CU Friday, but please reserve your place soon. Online registration closes Monday.)
At a CU Friday, you and your student will:
- Meet an admissions counselor at the welcome reception.
- Hear from Dr. White, our president.
- Attend a chapel service and sit in on a class.
- Enjoy a complimentary lunch in our dining hall.
- Discover how Career Services will help your student identify career goals, find internships, and get a job.
- Learn about financial aid and ways to make Cedarville affordable for your family.
- Speak with faculty members about opportunities in your student's professional field.
- Check out the academic and student life fair to learn more about the majors, ministries, and activities that interest your student.
Register online now and plan to join us for an upcoming CU Friday. These information-packed visit days are the perfect way to get to know Cedarville.
Can't make it to a CU Friday? Schedule a personalized visit this fall, and we'll plan a day of activities just for you.Read More »
Posted in Admissions Campus Visit
September 12, 2017
An increasing number of middle school and high school students are taking advantage of dual enrollment programs to get a head start on college and save money on college costs down the road. You may have questions as you consider this option for your student, especially when it comes to standardized testing. For today's post, we welcome Leanne Rubosky, Associate Director of Transfer and High School Student Enrollment. Leanne explains why many colleges — including Cedarville — require middle school and younger high school students to take the ACT or SAT to gain admission to dual enrollment programs.Read More »
Posted in Admissions College Now