One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville
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Storefront of Orion Coffee in Cedarville

Leaders and Students Plan Village Revitalization

Cedarville University industrial and innovative design (IID) students are joining forces with the village of Cedarville and village residents to reimagine and remake downtown.
Melissa Brown, assistant professor of social work, teaches a class.

Cedarville Ranked 4th in Nation for Student Engagement

The Wall Street Journal released the 2022 installment of its annual college rankings, and Cedarville University was ranked among the top schools in student engagement.
Admissions tour guides walk a group between the health sciences center and Stevens Student Center.

New Vice President, Campaign Update Highlight Trustee Meeting

Cedarville University’s Board of Trustees approved the appointment of a new vice president, the hiring of 10 new faculty members, and the appointment of two new trustees at its regular board meeting Thursday, September 30, 2021.
A Discipleship Council member traveling on a school bus with Immanuel Mission kids

Breaking Down Barriers With Navajo Community

Leading into fall break at Cedarville University, instead of taking a few days to rest and relax, Discipleship Council students are heading to Arizona to serve at a Navajo reservation.
Dannah Gresh, 2021 Alumnus of the Year, speaking in chapel on September 30, 2021

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Loved in Truth, Loving Others with Truth

When best-selling author Dannah Gresh, a 1989 graduate of Cedarville University, learned she was the 2021 Alumna of the Year, God used the honor to bring her healing and encouragement.
Professor Patrick Dudenhofer instructs students in the cyber lab

Chief Information Officers Recognize Cyber Progam as Elite

Cedarville was recently featured as one of the top 16 cyber education programs in the United States in a Chief Information Officers Institute (CIO) report.
Cedarville innovative and industrial design graduate Nick Mahek

International Center for Creativity Offers College for a Weekend

The International Center for Creativity will host its first College for a Weekend program on October 15-17. The two-day experience will familiarize potential industrial and innovative design students with the center's environment, course of study and student experience.
Dr. Will Smallwood, Vice President for Advancement

Will Smallwood Named Vice President for Advancement

The Cedarville University Board of Trustees approved Dr. Smallwood's selection during its traditional homecoming weekend meeting.
Pictures announcing One Thousand Days Transformed: the Campaign for Cedarville

Transformation Is Central to Cedarville’s $125 Million Campaign

During the annual State of the University address, Cedarville President Thomas White announced One Thousand Days Transformed: The Campaign for Cedarville, a $125 million comprehensive campaign.
The winning team for the 2020 Cardboard Canoe Race

Paddle, Float, but Don't Sink! Cardboard Canoes Hit the Water

Freshmen engineering students and students from various academic departments at Cedarville University floated, paddled, and otherwise made their way across Cedar Lake on October 1 as part of the 28th annual cardboard canoe boat race.
Dannah Gresh, Matthew McClain, Deforia Lane, Kari Hoffman, Jason Scott, and Kelsey Carter

Honoring Alumni Award Winners and Athletics Hall of Fame Inductees

Cedarville University will honor six outstanding alumni at the Alumni Honors Luncheon on Friday, October 1 following the State of the University chapel.
Kari Flunker Hoffman coaching the Lady Jackets basketball team

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Relationships Beat Out Records and Wins

For this Cedarville Athletics Hall of Fame basketball player, investing in people is always number one.
Playbill for Anne of Green Gables Fall 2021 play

"Anne of Green Gables" Runs Through October 10

Tickets go can be purchased from cedarville.edu/ticketinfo. Show times vary based on date. The play is open to the public.
Pete Reese standing next to the new Pete Reese and Gene Reese Athletic Fields sign

Pete Reese and Gene Reese Athletic Fields Ceremony

Cedarville University will recognize brothers Pete and Gene Reese at the Pete Reese and Gene Reese Athletic Fields, near Yellow Jacket Soccer Complex directly following the varsity women's 2 p.m. soccer match on October 2.
Fall career fair 2019

Fall Career Fair Features 100+ Employers

The career fair is running from 11 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. on October 6 and is free and open to the public.
Will Geist

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Future Law Enforcement Leader

Don’t be surprised if you see the Cedarville Stories podcast 100th guest as a county sheriff or FBI agent one day.
Jewell and Dario Strock with their parents on their first Gotcha Day

Send Me: Adopted Student on Mission to Birth Country

Sophomore Jewell Strock returned to her birth country on a mission trip with Cedarville’s Global Outreach program. Not only did she connect with her past, but she has also found her future.
Class of 2025 gathered around the clock outside the SSC

Celebrating 15th Consecutive Record Enrollment

For decades, experts have been predicting lower-than-normal student enrollment numbers for public and private universities across the country. At Cedarville University, however, the story is much different than the national trend.
business desk

Partnership Offers Continuing Education Business Resources

Cedarville University and the Big Tent Accelerator (BTA), based in Chicago, Illinois, are joining efforts to offer relevant, on-demand professional education to entrepreneurs and their teams.
Morgan (left) and Rosemary (right) today

Preemie Families Reunite During Getting Started Weekend

While moving her daughter, Morgan, onto Cedarville University’s campus in August, Melissa Rupp heard a familiar voice. One she hadn’t heard in nearly 16 years.