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April 11, 2019
There is still time to register your student for one of Cedarville's summer academic camps. These camps are a great way for them to learn more about a college major they are considering … all while having an unforgettable summer experience, full of new friends and great memories!
At Cedarville’s summer Academic Camps, students spend a week on campus exploring a career field that interests them. They can choose from art and design, athletic training, criminal justice, engineering, forensic science, geology, history and government, molecular biology, music, nursing, pharmacy, psychology, theatre, worship, or writing!
While your student explores a career field, camp faculty will challenge them to make their vocation 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!
Deadlines for the summer programs are approaching and some camps are already near capacity! Find out more about how your student can apply and register to become a part of the Cedarville University summer experience today!
Posted in Academics Campus Visit Events
March 25, 2019
This Wednesday, March 27, we are excited to welcome Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr., to campus as the keynote speaker for the "God Revealed" apologetics conference, sponsored by our Center for Biblical Apologetics and Public Christianity. The three plenary sessions will be livestreamed so you are able to participate.
This one-day conference will equip Christians to think carefully, biblically, and pastorally, about how we can live, model, and share the Gospel in a broken world.
Dr. Mohler will give keynote addresses during the 10 a.m. chapel hour and at 1:30 p.m. At 6 p.m., he'll lead an “Ask Anything” session, where the audience will get to ask questions to the man Time magazine once called the leading intellect among today’s evangelicals.
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