The Graduate School at Cedarville University is equipping highly skilled Christian professionals for career success and Gospel impact in business, nursing, ministry, and pharmacy. The administrative staff within the School serve both the academic units and faculty that deliver our graduate programs and the more than 400 residential and online students who are pursuing a graduate degree at Cedarville.
The Graduate School is dedicated to building a robust graduate culture at Cedarville University, fostering awareness of our programs on and off campus, and providing seamless services to our graduate students.
The Graduate School is a resource and service partner that is dedicated to advancing graduate education at Cedarville University. Each of the University’s graduate programs is housed in an academic school that is closely related to its respective discipline. All of the graduate programs fall under the umbrella of the policies and procedures for graduate-level education that are developed in The Graduate School and approved by the Graduate Council and other appropriate governing bodies.
Cedarville Partners is a unique program that offers the employees of partner organizations preferred pricing benefits on select Cedarville University graduate programs.
The Graduate School Organizational Chart
View an organization chart to see the various departments that make up The Graduate School at Cedarville University.
Think Grad School, Think Cedarville
Read a recent issue of Cedarville Magazine that highlights Cedarville’s outstanding graduate programs.