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February 14, 2019
Your student’s college experience is just around the corner. It's time for them to explore their options, focus their dreams, and prepare for the future … all while having an unforgettable summer experience, full of new friends and great memories! That's exactly what Cedarville’s summer Academic Camps will let them do!
While your student explores a career field, camp faculty will challenge them to make their career their calling. They will be challenged to consider how their gifts, skills, and interests can make a difference in this world for Christ. We've packed the schedule with fun activities, too, so students return home with new friends and great memories!
Read today's post to find out how your student can apply and register to become a part of the Cedarville University summer experience today!Read More »
Posted in Academics Admissions Campus Visit Why Christ Centered Higher Education?
September 25, 2018
The best way for you to get to know Cedarville is by visiting campus, but we know that for some of you, schedules or distance make it difficult to get here. That's why we created an online virtual campus tour. You’ll get a taste of Cedarville's beautiful campus as you take a guided virtual tour.
You can check out Cedarville's virtual campus tour from your computer, tablet, or smartphone. You'll enjoy an interactive, informative campus experience that will make you think you're standing right on our beautiful campus. You'll visit academic buildings, residence halls, and athletic fields as you travel the interactive map. Cedarville tour guides will talk you through a slideshow of each stop. Plus, you'll find 360-degree views at some of our most popular spots. (The 360s are even better using Google Cardboard!)
Posted in Admissions Campus Visit
September 17, 2018
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 21, October 12, or November 9. (If you didn't register for this week's CU Friday, we still have room for you! We will register you when you arrive.)
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 13, 2018
Choosing a college will most likely be the biggest decision your son or daughter has made so far. It can be an overwhelming — but not impossible — decision. In today's post, Matt Dearden, Director of Admissions at Cedarville, offers Five Words of Wisdom for walking through the college decision process with your son or daughter.
We will be praying along with you this year as you work through this incredible, life-changing decision. Please don't hesitate to contact us if we can help in any way!Read More »
Posted in Admissions Campus Visit Spiritual Growth Why Christ Centered Higher Education?