Admissions Category Archives
October 16, 2019
Are you looking for Christmas gifts for your future Yellow Jacket?
For a limited time only, Cedarville is partnering with Under Armour to allow you to purchase Cedarville University athletics-authorized clothing from Under Armour. You can order Yellow Jackets T-shirts, quarter zips, and sweatshirts, along with other great-looking gear for your future Yellow Jacket or other family members.
But don't wait long! The online store is only open TODAY through October 28.Shop now!
Posted in Admissions
October 10, 2019
If you're ready to plan a campus visit to Cedarville but aren't quite sure what visit option is best for you, we've got a great video resource for you. You'll learn about each of our visit experiences so you can decided which option is best for your family, and you'll find out everything you need to know to make it happen.
Whichever visit option you choose, you'll experience vibrant Christian community and discover if Cedarville is the right fit for your student.
P.S. Encourage your student to apply by November with no application fee!
Posted in Admissions Campus Visit
October 8, 2019
Cedarville is always looking for ways to help make our distinctly Christian education more affordable and accessible for families. One way we do that is by offering three-year completion plans for many of our popular undergraduate degrees.
What a great way for students to fast-track their college experience and save money on overall education expenses. You could reduce your college bill by $15,000 or more. And, your student would enter the workforce and begin earning a salary one year sooner, making the value of a three-year degree $50,000 or more!
Read today's post to learn more about three-year completion plans available to your student at Cedarville.
Posted in Academics Admissions Affordability
September 26, 2019
The Princeton Review, a test preparation and college admission services company, provides seven key differences between the two exams that may help you decide:
- ACT questions tend to be more straightforward and easier to understand.
- The SAT has a stronger emphasis on vocabulary.
- The ACT has a Science section, while the SAT does not.
- The ACT tests more advanced math concepts.
- The ACT Writing Test is optional on test day, but required by many schools. (Cedarville University does not require the Writing Test.)
- The SAT is broken up into more sections.
- The ACT is more of a "big picture" exam.
For more explanation on these differences, see the entire Princeton Review SAT vs ACT article.
Contact our Admissions office if you have questions. We want to help you in any way we can!
P.S. Cedarville also accepts the Classic Learning Test an alternative standardized entrance exam for undergraduate student admissions.
Posted in Admissions