Cedarville representative make an announcment

Public Relations

Dr. Lori Ferguson teaching

Assistant Dean Back Where She Started

Dr. Lori Ferguson graduated from Cedarville University in 1998 with her Bachelor of Science in early childhood education and, now, she's the assistant dean of the School of Education.
Dr. Bill Ragle in the Cedarville stock ticker room

Parkinson's Surgery Restores Life to Professor

After years of debilitating tremors and muscle spasms from Parkinson’s disease, Dr. Bill Ragle found life-changing relief this summer.
Dr. Zach Jenkins

Progress on a COVID-19 Vaccine

Dr. Zachary Jenkins, an infectious disease expert and associate professor of pharmacy practice at Cedarville University, will present at The American Association of Pharmacists’ COVID-19 Vaccine Landscape seminar on Tuesday, Nov. 17.
Jazz Band practicing outdoors

Jazz Band Performing in Concert November 16

The Jazz Band at Cedarville University will perform in concert on Monday at 5 p.m. in the Dixon Ministry Center Jeremiah Chapel. This event is free and open to the public and will be held according to COVID protocols.
nursing home ministry students writing letters to residents

Caring for Nursing Home Residents From Afar

Despite the restrictions of COVID-19, Cedarville University students are continuing to serve nursing home residents and staff by sending gift baskets, writing cards, and praying for the residents.
Nurse taking student's temperature at UMS

Caring Well. Staying Well.

From hand sanitizing stations in every building to acrylic shields in classrooms, the University has taken extraordinary measures to provide a safe learning and living environment.
Steve Norris '01 donating coronavirus convalescent plasma

Stepping Up

This COVID-19 season has uncovered heroes from the Cedarville family in the unlikeliest places. And all it took was letting God use them right where they were for such a time as this.
Outdoor chapel

Heart of the Matter

In order to have the best opportunity to preserve the vibrant, residential, life-transforming Cedarville experience, we have taken serious precautions during this pandemic.
Sophomore class officers 1957 with James Parker Sr.

A Time to Come Together

This summer, the Cedarville community looked closely at the biblical perspective on race and ethnicity and rearticulated its historic stand against racism.
Male student in mask with Cedar Lake and Dixon Ministry Center behind him

Navigating the Pandemic

Cedarville experts weigh in on the pandemic and discuss how Christians can give hope to a fearful culture.
Rachel Hartley on Turning Points

Nurses on the Frontlines

Three nurses. Three very different stories. Three individuals, all connected to Cedarville, with a heart to follow Jesus wherever he may call. Call he did, in the middle of COVID-19, and they responded.
Dr. Beth Delaney

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Choosing Love in Tough Times

Life is a process of learning what we can control and what we can’t, and how to trust the Lord through it all. Dr. Beth Delaney’s experience is a testimony to that truth.