Cedarville professor Dr. Justin Cole on a television newscast.

Cedarville News

Pharmacist takes blood pressure of a patient

NAPLEX Pass Rate Exceeds National and State Averages

Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy class of 2020 currently has a first-time pass rate of 92.5% on the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination (NAPLEX).
Kasey Pot '23

Singing Interview Leads to True Girl Ministry Adventure

When Kasey Pot found herself singing a capella and reading a children’s book in an impromptu interview, she knew the job might be a little unusual.
Thaddeus and Ivan Krueger

Rubik’s Cube Rivalry: Brothers Solve Puzzle In Very Unusual Ways

Solving Rubik’s Cubes is no small matter for Cedarville University brothers Thaddeus and Ivan Krueger.
Dr. Matt Bennett with pyramids in the background

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Making Disciples for Hard Places

Dr. Matt Bennett, Assistant Professor of Missions and Theology, and his wife, Emily, spent six years on the mission field.
Dr. Beth Porter teaching an "in tents" music class

Music Program is Truly "In Tents"

To accommodate social distancing for musical groups while allowing them to practice together, the department of music and worship is performing outside under canopy.
Brandt Howett and Jordan Ernst, senior nursing students, and Josiah Lansford, a senior computer science and information technology management double major

Three Students Awarded Dayton Workforce Scholarships

Brandt Howett and Jordan Ernst, senior nursing students, and Josiah Lansford, a senior computer science and information technology management double major, were recognized.
Christian Guide to Body Stewardship

New Textbook Combines Exercise and Theology

“A Christian Guide to Body Stewardship, Diet and Exercise” offers a theology of the body and addresses nutrition, weight management, and exercise.
Lyle Anderson leading Men's Glee Club

Men's Glee Club Performing Tuesday

The Men’s Glee Club will perform in concert on Tuesday, Oct. 20, at 5 p.m. in the Dixon Ministry Center Recital Hall. This event is free and open to the public, with a seating capacity of 60.
calculator and math book

Virtual Family Math Night at Cedar Cliff Elementary

Cedarville University students will meet virtually with children and parents for math games, puzzles, and problems on Oct. 20, from 5-9 p.m.
Professor Charlie Pagnard performs during a recital

"Cracked Pot" Trumpets for God's Glory

Charlie Pagnard has taught students in trumpet and music, and influenced them for Christ, for the last 43 years. But he knows his path could have gone a very different direction.
Olivia Ancil at music therapy

Surviving to Thriving: Accident Victim’s Miracle Recovery

Olivia Ancil’s life was special before May 28, but an accident and her miraculous recovery have made it extraordinary.
Ben Knudson leads worship during a chapel service in October 2019.

International Worship Event in a Virtual Format

Cedarville University will be among nine schools from around the world participating.
Dr. Stephen Ayers

It’s a New Day for Civil Engineering Center

Cedarville University’s new Civil Engineering Center, which opened at the start of the current academic year, will be dedicated on Wednesday, Oct. 14.
chapel worship band

Worship Leadership Certificate Offered January 2021

The new 12-credit hour program will provide a biblical foundation and practical skills for worship leading.
John Hart and Mark Weinstein

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Drawing to Christ in the Field of Law

John Hart, General Counsel for Cedarville University, received a gavel from his mom and dad for his high school graduation. It was a sign of things to come.

Pharmacy Students Help with Contact Tracing

Students will collaborate with help notify and provide medical insight to those who have been in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
Sarah Pennington

Fairytale Beginning to Novelist's Career

Sarah Pennington has her sights on becoming a full-time novelist and has already self-published three young adult novels available on Amazon.
Chick-fil-A dining facility in front, Dixon Ministry Center in back, around Cedar Lake

Trustees Announce New Diversity Scholarship, Approve Six Faculty

The Dr. Deforia Lane Diversity Scholarship will range from $1,000 to $5,000 and will be awarded to eligible new students beginning fall 2021.
Steven Hart at his office

Top Score: Alumnus Earns CPA Honor

Out of nearly 75,000 individuals, only 137 candidates met the criteria for the Elijah Watts Sells Award in 2019.
mom and child with ocean in background

Director at Pregnancy Resource Center in Chapel

Kathleen Shanks has worked with pregnancy care centers for more than 30 years and has served thousands of clients.