Cedarville professor Dr. Mark Caleb Smith on a television newscast.

Cedarville News

Dr. Angie Mickle during the recording of the Cedarville Stories podcast

Cedarville Stories Repodcast: Still Standing on The Rock Through a Wave of Trials

This week on the Cedarville Stories podcast, we revisit the powerful story of Dr. Angie Mickle who withstood a tsunami of trials that rocked her faith but instead of sinking in sand, her faith stayed strong on The Rock.
Dad and daughter looking at College Now information on laptop

High School Students Enroll for College Now at Record Rate

Cedarville University’s College Now, a dual enrollment program designed for high school students, has seen record enrollment in each of the past three semesters.
Dr. Glen Duerr teaching class

Professor Explores Intersection of Faith and Politics in New Book

Bringing political concerns and the Christian’s response under the authority of Scripture, Duerr contends that a biblical worldview should change how one approaches politics and government.
Chad Jackson, Cedarville creative director, and Jackson Bishop, 2021 computer science graduate and VR app creator

Virtual Hit: 2021 Graduate Creates University Tour

Jackson Bishop, a 2021 computer science graduate from Findlay, Ohio, developed a high-tech tour app that will be used at Cedarville University to help users explore what their reality at Cedarville might look like.
A social work student meets with a client

100% of 2020 Social Work Graduates Pass Licensure Exam

Cedarville's pass rate compares extremely well with the national pass rate of 62.1% on the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) comprehensive licensure exam.
Dr. Mark Caleb Smith speaking in chapel

Cedarville Stories Repodcast: MCS is GPS for a Confusing Political Landscape

Dr. Mark Caleb Smith brings balanced and insightful navigation, like a global positioning system, to a landscape where it’s easy to get lost: the strange and sometimes confusing roadmap of American politics.
Anastasia Bisel with self-portrait

Dreams Take Wing for Artist and Author

For Cedarville University senior studio art major Anastasia Bisel, her faith and creativity have sparked her life’s passions and interests, including a four-volume fictional series.
Left to right: Jake Lysack, Daniel Parker, Dr. White, Anson Allard, Joel Beckmeyer, Emma Burgess, Daniel Garcia pose in front of the new golf cart that Dr. White purchased for the autonomous vehicle project.

This Cart Has a Mind of its Own

Students and professors continued to work on an autonomous golf cart project this spring and will keep going this fall.
Supermileage Team

Supermileage Team On Track With Off-Track Victory

Led by senior mechanical engineering student Micah Zell, Cedarville’s supermileage team won a technical innovation award at the 2021 Shell Eco-Marathon Americas Off-Track Awards for its vehicle’s hydraulic brake system.
Alex and Olivia Arent on their wedding day

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Finding Joy When Life Steals Your Happiness

Olivia (Ancil) Arent is a joyful person by nature. But when a car crashed into her world a year ago and almost took her life, she was challenged to choose joy regardless of her circumstances.
Engineering students pilot boats

The Water's Fine: Engineering Students to Compete in Solar Splash Again

Cedarville University will compete in the 2021 Solar Splash June 8-13 at Champions Park Lake in Springfield, Ohio.
Cedarville men's soccer head coach Brett Faro heading for the finish line of the Ironman Tulsa triathlon on May 23, 2021

5-Year-Old Inspires Ironman Soccer Coach

Cedarville University men's soccer coach Brett Faro completed the Ironman Tulsa triathlon on May 23, 2021, in 11:7:53, placing 248th overall out of 1,709 competitors.
Students in career development class give a presentation

New Class Helps Students Explore Their Future Career Path

This past spring, Cedarville’s Bachelor of Arts in English program added the course “Career Development for the English Major” to its core graduation requirements.
Open Bible with a cup of coffee on a table and greenery in the background

Quiet Time Refresher

Having focused time with the Lord through the Bible and prayer is a tried-and-true discipline for growing in our love and commitment to Him. School of Biblical and Theological Studies faculty offer insights and inspiration for a quiet time with God.
StantoDavis stares in disbelief at Brittan moments after his proposal. n, who proposed to Lawson by playing her a song he wrote, smiles alongside her on the day of their engagement.

In Sickness and in Health: Students Plan Weddings Amidst COVID

Most married couples can recall stories of stress from the wedding planning process, but COVID has added another layer of complication.
Brian Bales speaking with his Cedarville friends over Zoom

Disciples for Life

Meet six friends who met at Cedarville 30 years ago. Their decades-long commitment to the Lord and to each other has not flagged. They continue to spur one another on to love and good deeds.
Worship band at Bell Shoals Church in Tampa, Florida

The Wonder of Corporate Worship

In a season when tuning in to services online has become the norm, nothing can replace enjoying the wonder of our faith together as the body of Christ.
Ethan, Diana, Emma, Bret & Liz Perkey

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Running the Relay Race of Faith

Diana Perkey is a 1991 alumna of Cedarville and was recently named the Director of Alumni Engagement. She’s been on the run since she arrived, and her impact is already being felt.
Road heading out west

Transformational Road Trip

Summertime is the season for hitting the road. Iconic American destinations such as the Grand Canyon or Washington, D.C., beckon millions each year. For believers, these trips offer more than an invigorating adventure; they are an opportunity for spiritual transformation.
Callie Schaden, Grace Mowery, Maddie Heck, and Ashley Riddle coordinated the thank you campaign for custodial staff

Thank You, Custodians! COVID Sparks Gratitude Campaign

Cedarville University has offered entirely in-person classes during the 2020-2021 academic year thanks to many, but without this behind-the-scenes band of heroes, none of it would have been possible. Thank you, custodial staff!