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

Cedarville News

Missions team for Clarkston, Georgia trip

Students Serve the Nations in Clarkston, Georgia

From May 2-9, Dr. Thad Franz, vice-chair of experiential programs in the School of Pharmacy, and N.D. Nguyen, a first-year graduate student in pharmacy, will lead a team of students to serve refugees from more than 40 nations.
Shaun, Luke, and Diane Hannay (front row) at Luke's signing for Cedarville

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Biblical Integrity From Generation to Generation

Using athletics to share the Gospel. Pointing to Jesus in a small-group ministry. Around the globe on missions. Disciple-making. Christian education. Shaun and Diane Hannay’s life reflects the values and priorities they learned at Cedarville.
Karin and Justin Daun

Mother and Son Earn Master of Ministry Degrees

Karin and Justin Daun have taken about 80% of their classes together, giving them the opportunity not only to study the Bible in more depth individually but also to explore Scripture together.
Academic and Athletic expansion latest rendering

Academic and Athletic Expansion Breaks Ground April 30

Cedarville University will break ground on the academic and athletic expansion on Thursday, April 30, at 11:30 a.m. This expansion is part of the 10-Year campus master plan.
Erika and Valerie Belmont

Mom and Daughter Graduate With MSN Together

Valerie and Erika Belmont graduated college, were hired as nurses and traveled around the world as short-term missionaries to Ghana before deciding to pursue careers as family nurse practitioners.
Geraldine Henry on her birthday

Education Majors Celebrate 108th Birthday of Oldest Alumnus

Geraldine Henry graduated from Cedarville College in 1934 and served as a school teacher for 35 years.
Dr. Bill Ragle in the Cedarville stock ticker room

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Surgery Transforms His Future

Dr. Bill Ragle is not the same man he was a year ago. From a life of debilitating tremors and uncontrollable muscle spasms to a level of normalcy he hasn’t known in eight years, it’s not a stretch to say Bill is living a miracle.
Defending Life Summer Institute logo

Equipping the Next Generation of Pro-Life Leaders

Starting this summer, Cedarville University will offer the Defending Life Summer Institute, a program designed to equip pro-life advocates through a series of intensive one-week courses.

Education Majors Gain Invaluable Experience Through Virtual Tutoring

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, teacher candidates and teachers have had to think outside the classroom to connect with students remotely.
Trees in bud around Cedar Lake

Return to Normal Operations Planned for the Fall

The plan for Fall Semester 2021 includes a return to typical pre-pandemic activities, including the university’s Fall Bible Conference, homecoming, fall sports, study abroad, Global Outreach, plus fall break.
Dr. Scott Van Loo, vice president for enrollment management

Creative Visit Solutions Spur Increasing Enrollment

Since 2007, Cedarville University has experienced record student enrollments. And despite the challenges of COVID-19, it looks like the 2021 freshman class may help continue that trend.
Jake Johnson

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Learning Beyond His Years

Jake Johnson has been blessed with a gift: knowing what he doesn’t know. Then he seeks out those who have gone before him to learn the wisdom he hopes to apply in his life.
Sierra Harriman talks about her artwork during the unveiling

Bridging Disciplines: It's a Work of Art

Cedarville University artists will display their civil engineering-inspired works of art in the Civil Engineering Center throughout the 2021-22 school year.
Research + Scholarship Symposium

Research and Scholarship Symposium Goes Online

The research projects will be available for viewing by the public from April 14-28 through the university’s learning management system, Canvas.
Retiring professors 2021

A Job Well Done: Honoring Retiring Professors

Faculty to be recognized include Dr. Dennis Flentge, senior professor of chemistry; Mark Klimek, associate professor of nursing; Dr. Bill Ragle, professor of finance; and Linda Cave, assistant professor of nursing; and former nursing faculty member, Connie Ford.
Dr. Jeff Huston

Professor Named to Ohio State Board of Pharmacy

Dr. Jeff Huston, associate professor of pharmacy practice at Cedarville University, was appointed by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine.
Gerry, Thomas, and Rachel Walquist

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Met by Christ in Her Despair

Certain dates carry powerful significance. For Gerry Walquist, December 30, 2013, is one of those days, with a bullet point. That's because, nearly eight years ago on the eve of New Year’s Eve, Gerry’s world was turned upside down.
Joel Wayne

Chapel Pointe Pastor and Author Speaking

Joel Wayne, the lead pastor of Chapel Pointe Church in Hudsonville, Michigan, will speak in chapel at Cedarville University on April 13.
Society of Women Engineers - Destiny Rescue event promo

Society of Women Engineers Hold Destiny Rescue 5K/10K On Saturday

Destiny Rescue works in seven countries, including the United States, to locate and offer freedom to children trapped in sexual trafficking
Romans 14 Forum promotional poster

Romans 14 Forum Discusses Differences, Seeks Unity

Cedarville University’s history and government department will host the first-ever Romans 14 Forum on April 10 at 6 p.m. in the Center for Biblical and Theological Studies, room 115.