Cedarville professor Dr. Justin Cole on a television newscast.

Cedarville News

School of Biblical and Theological Studies

University Receives $12 Million Gift

An anonymous donor gifted the funds toward the 10-year Campus Master Plan.
Dr. Deforia Lane Diversity Scholarship

New Diversity Scholarship Honors Trustee and Music Therapy Leader

The Dr. Deforia Lane Diversity Scholarship will be awarded to new students in amounts ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 beginning fall 2021.
Jeff Beste

Cedarville Stories Minisode: The Beste-Laid Plans of the "One-Year" Man

Jeff Beste, Director of Strategic Relations, didn’t even want to go to Cedarville. He was thinking about a different campus experience. But his mom and dad gave Jeff a compelling option.
All My Sons playbill art

"All My Sons" Performed with COVID in Mind

Cedarville University’s theatre department will present “All My Sons,” opening on October 1 in the DeVries Theatre in the Stevens Student Center. The play will run through October 11.
Jonathan and Christie Bitner delivering meals to Faith Hall Residence Director Miriam Olar

Serving Meals and Sending Notes to COVID-19 Students

Collaborative effort making sure quarantined and isolated students receive breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and prayers and encouragement.
Noah Ayers

Songwriter Gets 100,000 Streams on Spotify

Noah Ayers, a junior worship major, released "Open Arms" on May 15.
Microscope

Virtual Research, Real Impact in Fight Against Cancer

Senior Leah Anderton contributed research and was named a co-author of a scholarly paper.
Dr. Pam Johnson

Cedarville Stories Minisode: Saint on All Saints' Day

From her years spent with grandparents hearing hymns to a thought-provoking philosophy class in college to the witness of Cedarville athletes, Dean of Undergraduate Studies Pam Johnson had many benchmarks on her path to Jesus.
Pharmacist vaccinating a patient with little girl looking on

Pharmacists & COVID-19: Faculty to Help Lead Virtual Symposium

This year’s conference will discuss how pharmacists are serving more and more in primary care provider roles.
Fall Virtual Career Fair logo

Fall Career Fair: A Unique Virtual Opportunity

The largest college career fair in Greene County will be held virtually this year on Wednesday, Sept. 30, from 10 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
Alayna Ackley and Kyle Peterson, deputy director of the Beyond program

Fitness App Wins Virtual Business Funding Contest

Alayna Ackley’s “Encore” workout game earned first prize of $1,000.
Taylor and Rachel Hartley

Cedarville Stories Minisode: Changing Course Because of COVID

Rachel Hartley, a 2015 nursing alumna, and her husband, Taylor, have built their lives for God-ordained sailing as they hear His call.
Student working on computer on steps in front of BTS

Standardized Testing Optional for Admissions

Students can apply to Cedarville without an application fee through November 1.
Professor Derrick Green, chair of the Kingdom Diversity Committee

Kingdom Diversity Team Forms at Cedarville

The team is responsible for developing diversity-related events and formulating policy recommendations to promote diversity.
Dr. Glenn Duerr and Mark Weinstein

Glen Duerr: 500 Interviews and Going Strong

Duerr has spoken to various media outlets throughout Ohio and around the United States on the coronavirus, Brexit and the North Korean Singapore Summit in 2018, and many other subjects.
Dr. Angie Mickle

Cedarville Stories Minisode: Unexpected Joy

The pain in Angie Mickle's brain turned out to be a way for her to witness of God's goodness in her life.
Center for Biblical and Theological Studies

Two Specialized Master’s Programs Starting January 2021

The new degrees will also provide an opportunity for partnerships with the school of business administration and the department of music and worship.
Mike DiCuirci

Cedarville Stories Minisode: Wrecked and Redeemed

Mike DiCuirci, Senior Professor Emeritus of Music, had his first drink at age 12, and by high school, alcohol was a regular part of his life. A van accident as a young man woke him up, and he was set on a path toward Christ.
Current Cedarville University Pharmacy students Gloria Aboagye (left) and Abena Mpere (right) celebrate receiving their White Coats in 2019

First-Year Pharmacy Students Receiving White Coats

Cedarville will celebrate 42 new professional pharmacy students on September 12 at 10:30 a.m.
Two friends at the Rock with Welcome Home message spray painted

Cedarville University Reports Record Enrollment

The university’s enrollment for 2020-21 has climbed to 4,550 students — an increase of 3.7%, or 170 students, from last year’s enrollment of 4,380 students.