Cedarville professor Dr. Smith discusses politics on national television

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Class of 2020 celebration webpage

COVID-19 Sparks Special Celebration to Honor the Class of 2020

The senior class will be recognized with May 2 online event at 10 a.m. and other special observances.
Founders Hall with white flowers in foreground.

Statement on Dr. Anthony Moore

On Monday, April 27, 2020, Dr. Thomas White released a video to the Cedarville family that shared his heart on the Anthony Moore situation and provided additional information about the path forward.
Jeff Reep, director of the career services office

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Career Coach Helps Students With God's Game Plan

Jeff Reep, director of the Career Services Office, was a college basketball coach for 22 years.
Aerosol box demonstrated

Aerosol Box Protects Health Care Workers from COVID-19

2009 Cedarville alumnus Stephen Smith has developed an easy-to-assemble shield for medical staff treating sick patients.
Cedarville University bookstore

COVID-19 Accelerates Bookstore Toward Online Sales

Cedarville bookstore now offering books, collectibles, Bibles and other merchandise online.
Dr. Jinwon Byun

South Korea Residents Benefiting from Cedarville Pharmacy Graduate

Dr. Jinwon Byun, a 2017 Cedarville University alumna, is the first graduate from the Cedarville University School of Pharmacy to work internationally.
Connor Hart

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Engineering Student is a 3-D Servant

Sophomore Connor Heart is using the talents and passions God has given him to bring the love and light of Christ to others.
Larry Reid, Paula Adkins, and Chris Patton

Frontline Heroes Keep Cedarville Going During Pandemic

Faithful staff work on campus to support and maintain the university during COVID-19.
P4 Pharmacy student April Chapman

Professional Pharmacy Students Serve on the Pandemic Frontlines

38 fourth-year students are serving clinical rotations during the COVID-19 crisis.
LG-LO-EE-IE sign next to Stevens Student Center

Amazing Generosity for Students Impacted by Pandemic

#CUGiveHope campaign raised $214,907 from 475 supporters. Gifts continue to stream in.
Dr. Jeremy Kimble teaching

Theology II on Video and Online for No Charge

Dr. Jeremy Kimble teaches the course, which covers the doctrines of Christ, salvation, the Holy Spirit and eschatology.
Mom and son looking at a computer screen with three crosses on a hill pictured

Coronavirus, Easter, and the Search for Hope

Cedarville alumni and pastors, Mark Vroegop and Bobby Hile, and professors Dr. Matthew Bennett and Dr. Dan DeWitt, offer insight about how God is using the pandemic to draw people to Himself and how Christians can respond.
Research and Scholarship Symposium online

Research and Scholarship Symposium Goes All Online

This year's event happens April 8 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at cedarville.edu/researchsymposium.
Dr. Angie Mickle

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Finding Joy in the Midst of Pain and Loss

Dr. Angie Mickle, Dean of the Cedarville School of Nursing, went through a battery of spiritual tests beginning in 2019 which refined her faith greatly.
Rah Jacob

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Walking Sunshines Builds Strong Ties to the University

Rah Jacob is Director of Advancement Experiences and is well known for his warm and welcoming personality.
Becky Kuhn, Deidre Sizer, and Kim Ahlgrim from The Cove.

Tips for Online Learners During the Pandemic

Staff from The Cove offered practical insights and affirmation for students during their online town hall April 1.
Spring 2020 at Founders Hall

#CUGiveHope Day Will Help Families Impacted by the Pandemic

Funds raised will be used for scholarships and emergency support for students and their families facing financial hardship because of the coronavirus.
3-D Masks

Core Values Motivate Student in Printing 3-D Masks for Healthcare Workers

Connor Hart and the Hands of Hope non-profit switch from creating prosthetics to helping in the effort against the pandemic.
Dr. Scott Van Loo, vice president for enrollment management

Campus Visits Go Virtual

Prospective students can "visit" Cedarville virtually beginning April 1.
Lorne and Mark Scharnberg

Family Business

The Scharnbergs of Des Moines, Iowa, are the family behind the largest gift in Cedarville’s history, which will help build the School of Business Administration’s new home. Find out how the Scharnbergs built their enterprises on faith, integrity, and biblical wisdom.