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"Think Grad School, Think Cedarville": Fall Magazine Now Available From Cedarville University

November 30, 2016

Cedarville Magazine Fall 2016 coverWe’d like to introduce you to Cedarville Magazine, a great way for you to get to know Cedarville University. The fall issue is now available online, and in it you’ll read about Cedarville’s graduate programs, which offer the same biblically integrated, distinctly Christian education as our undergraduate programs but primarily in an online format.

You'll discover how our graduates are using their education to engage culture and make a difference in the world for Christ. It’s exactly what you can expect from your student’s Cedarville experience. And, if you’re thinking about graduate education for yourself, we hope you’ll “think Cedarville.”


P.S. You can access past issues of the Magazine in our digital archive. Recent themes include "We Believe," "In the Public Eye," and "1,000 Days."

Posted in Academics Why Christ Centered Higher Education?

4 Reasons Why Teaching Creation at a Christian College Is Important

November 22, 2016

Creation: In the BeginningWhen it comes to their science departments, most Christian universities and colleges either ignore the issue of Creation and Genesis altogether, or they promote theistic evolution or some other harmonization of Genesis. There are only a handful of schools that believe that Genesis is historically accurate and forms a foundation for science, the Bible, and Christian education. 

In today's post, Dr. John Whitmore, Professor of Geology at Cedarville University, shares four reasons why Cedarville holds true to a biblical, literal six-day Creation, and why we always will.

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Posted in Academics Why Christ Centered Higher Education?

Have You Considered an Online Grad Program?

November 7, 2016

Graduation capAre you considering a graduate degree? While your student considers Cedarville University, we'd love to have YOU consider Cedarville, too!

Our graduate programs offer convenience for busy professionals, affordable costs, and a biblical perspective built upon academic excellence. Most programs are available fully online!

Cedarville has expanded the number of degrees offered, which means you now have online access to an M.B.A.M.S.N.M.Ed., and M.Min., plus, we’ve recently introduced a brand-new, on-campus M.Div. Just like our undergraduate programs, we approach these graduate and adult programs with a focus of equipping you to use your chosen vocation as a platform for ministry. Not only will our graduate programs further your career, but each one will equip you to live out your biblical worldview in the workplace.

Apply today! Join other Christian professionals and experience the Cedarville difference — education that equips Christian leaders for career success and ministry impact.


P.S. Interested in learning more about the Bible or enhancing your ministry skills? Right now you can enroll in your first Master of Ministry course absolutely FREE! Apply today! (Free-class offer is available through spring semester 2017.)

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Posted in Academics Why Christ Centered Higher Education?

Next Webinar: Keys for Career Exploration

November 4, 2016

Mark your calendar for Monday, November 14, at 8 p.m. EST and plan to join us for our next FREE webinar — “Keys for Career Exploration.”

Statistics tell us that 50–60% of college students will change their major at least once, and 40% get to graduation day and regret their choice of study. And consider this: 65–85% of American adults say they dislike their job. 

So how do you help your student choose the right major? How can you prevent your son or daughter from becoming another statistic? “Keys for Career Exploration” will introduce you to what you need to know as you help your student with this all-important decision.

Cedarville University’s Director of Career Services and Certified Professional Career Coach Jeff Reep will discuss how students can engage in career exploration early and often. Without it, college freshmen choose majors based on vague ideas of future lifestyle, but without true knowledge of their options or of the ways God has equipped them to serve His purposes. A college education is a significant investment, and selecting a major is an important choice. This practical webinar will help you ask the right questions and provide wise counsel to your student.

Register today, and join the conversation on Monday, November 14, at 8 p.m.!

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