One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville

Why Cedarville University?

As a student at Cedarville, you'll experience a life-transforming education. See what it's like to learn from a biblical worldview, be challenged and supported in your classes, and enjoy the fun of a vibrant campus community.

Undergraduate Programs


1000 DaysTransformed

You'll spend approximately 1000 Days in college. Wherever you go, the experience will be life-transforming. That's why it is so important to choose wisely. Every day matters!

Choose a university that will be intentional about teaching from a biblical worldview, about academic excellence, and about spiritual growth and discipleship. Choose a university that stands boldly for the Word of God and the Testimony of Jesus Christ. Choose Cedarville University!

We'll help you make the most of your 1000 Days and prepare you to honor Christ for all the days to come.

Visit our undergraduate admissions or financial aid office for more information:

  • 100% 100% of freshmen receive scholarships – $22,700 average.
  • No. 4 No. 4 in the U.S. for professors’ engagement with students, says The Wall Street Journal.
  • 49/57 Students from 49 states and 57 countries build a global career and ministry network.
  • 98.7% 98.7% of graduates employed or in grad school within six months.

Dual Enrollment Courses

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Dual Enrollment for High School Students

Dual Enrollment offers an academically excellent, truly Christian, early college experience.

As a dual-enrolled high school student, you will take challenging courses alongside your peers and current Cedarville undergraduate students, earning both college and high school credit. Take either online or in-person courses that are based on the Bible and led by University professors who will teach you with excellence.

Cedarville's Dual Enrollment participates in the State of Ohio-funded College Credit Plus program, allowing Ohio students to take most courses for free.

Explore Dual Enrollment

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