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May 3, 2018
Is your admitted student ready to choose a Cedarville residence hall and select a roommate? We’ve made it easy!
Your student’s personalized My.Cedarville.edu portal has all the resources he or she will need to easily transition from home to a residence hall room on campus. Your student can visit My.Cedarville.edu today to:
- Get to know future classmates through the Cedarville incoming fall 2018 class Facebook group.
- Find a roommate with RoomSync, a roommate-matching software that compares your student's likes and dislikes with other new students.
- Complete the Request Housing task. Before making a decision, visit our residence hall page to get to know all of the dorm options. You can learn about community life in each dorm, view floor plans, and watch a video with a Cedarville student as your guide. You'll also find a timeline for when your student will be granted access to the housing selection system. Keep in mind that students’ access is based on when they made their reservation deposit.
If you have any questions about the housing selection process, contact us at 1-800-CEDARVILLE. Your student’s admissions counselor will be happy to help!
Posted in Admissions Student Life
April 5, 2018
Your to-do list to prepare for your student's college experience is probably getting long. One easy — and fun — thing you can start doing is preparing for his or her residence hall room!
You may also want to refer to College of Distinction's helpful resource of tips for planning your college residence hall room. Here, you'll find practical ideas for making wise purchases.
Call your admissions counselor at 1-800-CEDARVILLE (233-2784) if you have any questions about Getting Started activities in August. This is an exciting time for you and your family, and we are here to help!
P.S. Reminder to parents of admitted students, the deadline to submit the reservation deposit is May 1.
Posted in Admissions Student Life
April 3, 2018As high school seniors and their parents sit down to finalize a college decision before the May 1 deadline, one topic is nearly always part of the discussion: cost.
While many universities — including Cedarville — are taking intentional steps to make a college education more affordable, parents are increasingly looking at job placement rates in order to weigh an institution’s benefits against its costs in an effort to decide whether or not a considerable investment is worthwhile.
Cedarville's placement rates continue to be impressive. In a six-month postgraduation final destination survey, 97.5% of Cedarville's class of 2017 reported being employed or in graduate school during that time period. This is not a one-year anomoly: Cedarville's three-year average is also 97%
These placement results are well above the national averages reported by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, which has reported an average of 88% over the last five years. But don't just take our word for it. Read the Q-and-A in today's post, originally published in an issue of Cedarville Magazine, and see what parents are saying about their children's experience at Cedarville.Read More »
Posted in Academics Affordability Careers Student Life Why Christ Centered Higher Education?
March 29, 2018
If you’re within driving distance of Cedarville, we invite you to join us on April 4 for Living Water, our annual apologetics conference hosted by Cedarville’s Center for Biblical Apologetics and Public Christianity. Our plenary session speakers Sam Allberry and Rosaria Butterfield will challenge us as believers to think carefully, biblically, and pastorally about how we can live, model, and share the Gospel in a sexually broken world.
The conference is free, but seating is limited. To guarantee a spot, you can purchase a “backstage pass” for $10 online, which also includes a meet and greet with the speakers.
Watch a video to hear Dr. Dan DeWitt, Director of the Center for Biblical Apologetics and Public Christianity, share more about this informative, timely conference.
Posted in Events Student Life Why Christ Centered Higher Education?