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We Have Added Move-Out Slots for This Week

Saturday, March 21, 2020

We have increased the number of move out slots starting tomorrow (Sunday, March 22) through Thursday. If your student had hoped to move out this week but found no availability, please encourage them to check again.In addition, for those who are currently impacted by state or military travel restrictions and are concerned that you will not be able to come to campus by May 2, please communicate your circumstances with the Residence Life office in the weeks ahead, and we will seek to accommodate...
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Academic Support Continues at The Cove

Thursday, March 19, 2020

The Cove, our academic enrichment center, sent out the following email to faculty and staff, and we wanted to make sure you and your student are aware of these services. This and other information can also be found on our COVID-19 blog. Be sure to subscribe to receive daily updates.Hello from The Cove, God is faithful, and we are trusting Him during this time of transition. As a team, we evaluated and adapted our courses, programs, and services to provide online academic support and access. As...
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The Foolishness of Taking Tomorrow for Granted: A Message From Dr. White

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Dear Parents,Most of you unexpectedly have your Cedarville student home right now. Who would have guessed? These are uncertain times. We are having to change the way we do things. We are being inconvenienced. Life as we know it is not the same for now. But in the middle of all this, we have confidence in our faithful God. We cannot know or control the future, but we serve a God who does.Dr. White spoke to this theme from the Jeremiah Chapel on Monday, even if it was mostly empty. We'd like to...
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Livestreaming Tomorrow: TACTICS for Sharing the Gospel in a Secular Age

Monday, February 17, 2020

Tomorrow, February 18, our Center for Biblical Apologetics and Public Christianity is hosting a one-day apologetics conference, “Tactics for Sharing the Gospel in a Secular Age.” The first session begins at 9 a.m. You are invited to join us via livestream from the conference web page. The conference will examine how we can share our faith in a culture that has largely abandoned biblical principles and faith in God. Award-winning writer and best-selling author Greg Koukl will be our featured...
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School of Business Hosting Speaker Series About Socialism

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

We want to let you know about an opportunity your student has this spring to learn more about a topic that is frequently in the news, especially as we head into election season. There’s a disturbing trend among Millennials and Generation Z, who in large numbers believe that socialism is a viable alternative to a free market economy. Without embracing a biblical worldview and the grace of God, humanity’s sinful nature will find a way to abuse any system, but Cedarville’s School of Business...
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Flu Season Is Upon Us

Friday, January 24, 2020

You may have already heard it from your student, but the flu has hit Cedarville’s campus! We recognize it is hard to have your child far away when they’re sick, but, rest assured, we are doing everything we can to help students when they are sick. We also want to provide some guidance for what your student should do if he or she misses classes due to illness. Students should check their syllabi for each course to understand the professor’s requirements for being notified of an absence and...
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Christmas Greeting From the President

Monday, December 23, 2019

Our President, Dr. Thomas White, has a special Christmas greeting for you! Watch and you'll get a taste of what your student has experienced during this holiday season, but most of all, you’ll discover how Jesus is behind everything we do here. He’s the reason we exist and the reason we celebrate![ENSEMBLE videoid="T_voE3HRFEqDECBuerZA0Q"]
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Purchase a Cedarville Yearbook

Thursday, December 19, 2019

For the first time ever, our yearbook staff is making the 2019-20 yearbook available to parents. The yearbook captures the spirit of Cedarville as a university and the vibrant campus life our students experience every day.


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Celebrating God's Goodness on #GivingTuesday

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Last Tuesday, we as a campus community took part in #Giving Tuesday, and God was indeed good to us.

As part of this one-day-of-giving event, 329 generous donors — alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students, and friends of the University — joined together to raise...


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Exciting Degree Options for Your Student

Thursday, November 21, 2019

We want to make you aware of some exciting degree options Cedarville offers to students to accelerate their academic programs and increase their marketability. Bachelor's to Master's Pathways Did you know that Cedarville offers accelerated completion pathways that allow students to earn both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in just five years? These pathways save students who desire a master’s degree time and money, while making them more marketable in the workforce. We...
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Watch Yellow Jacket Basketball Live From Home

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Did you know that you can watch Yellow Jacket men's and women's home basketball games via livestreaming online? It's a great way to stay involved in what your son or daughter is experiencing on campus, from anywhere in the world!


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Follow the NEW Cedarville Stories Podcast

Friday, November 1, 2019

Did you know that Cedarville has a podcast? The NEW Cedarville Stories podcast is telling Cedarville stories for God's glory. You’ll enjoy interviews with students, faculty, staff, and alumni and hear how God has worked in their life personally and through the mission of Cedarville University. Hosted by Cedarville's Executive Director for Public Relations, Mark Weinstein, the weekly stories are engaging, encouraging, and insightful.A new podcast is available each Wednesday. Subscribe to the...
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Reminder: 3K Spirit Challenge Ends Tomorrow

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

There's just one more day for you to be a part of our 3K Spirit Challenge. Encourage high school seniors or prospective transfers you know to apply now and start their 1,000-day life-transforming journey at Cedarville. If we meet our goal, all current students will receive a Yellow Jacket spirit towel, just in time for Moonlight Madness! Any incoming fall 2020 freshman or transfer student who applies by October 31 will:  Pay no application fee Receive a Cedarville T-shirt ...
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Last Day for Under Armour Online Store

Monday, October 28, 2019

If you're looking for Christmas gifts for your Yellow Jacket, today is the last day for the online Under Armour store. Check it out for official Yellow Jacket-branded T-shirts, quarter zips, and sweatshirts, along with other great-looking gear for your Yellow Jacket or other family members. But don't wait! The online store ends TODAY.
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Be a Part of the 3K Spirit Challenge!

Saturday, October 26, 2019

We want as many students as possible to experience Cedarville’s academic excellence, intentional discipleship, and vibrant Christian community! To accomplish this, we’re challenging current students to help us meet a big goal: 3,000 applications by October 31. And, you can help us too! Encourage high school seniors or prospective transfers you know to apply now and start their 1,000-day life-transforming journey at Cedarville. If we meet our goal, all current students will receive a Yellow...
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Report from the Fall Board of Trustees Meeting

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Cedarville’s Board of Trustees was on campus recently for its annual homecoming-week meetings. We are grateful for the Board that God has brought together at Cedarville, men and women who believe in our mission and vision to serve the Lord well by equipping students with an excellent education and intentional discipleship. During their meetings, the trustees approved the naming of our new business building, reviewed and updated new student scholarships, added three new members to its...
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Enjoy Homecoming and Parents Weekend Highlights

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

We had a great time during Homecoming and Parents Weekend October 4-5. It was wonderful to see so many of you come to campus and spend time with your students. For those who weren't able to make it — or for those who want to relive the great memories — enjoy highlights from the weekend, including the president's State of the University address.P.S. We have another great event coming up! Grandparents Day will be Friday, November 1. Encourage your students to invite their grandparents to join...
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Grandparents Day at Cedarville

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Friday, November 1, will be a special day at Cedarville — we’re celebrating grandparents! Encourage your student to invite their grandparents to this fun-filled event. Grandparents will get to experience firsthand what their grandchildren do at Cedarville every day, plus we have some special events just for them! They’ll even receive a special commemorative photo from the day. Scheduled activities for Grandparents Day include: 8:30–9:45 a.m. ...
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Civil Rights Bus Tour

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

If your student is looking for a meaningful way to spend fall break, encourage them to join the Civil Rights Bus Tour on October 16-20. Sponsored by the Department of History and Government and the Office of Kingdom Diversity, this trip takes students on a journey to some of the major sites of the civil rights movement. Led by Dr. Dr. Anthony Moore, Dr. Matt Bennett, and Dr. Murray Murdoch, the group will travel by tour bus to Memphis, Montgomery, Selma, and Atlanta and visit museums, churches,...
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Important Fall Semester Dates

Monday, September 23, 2019

Welcome to another ParentConnect! We want to keep you informed with important upcoming dates.

Fall Career Fair

The Fall Career Fair will be held this Wednesday, September 25. This is the first of two major career fairs that Career Services offers to our students. It's open to all students, and everyone can benefit from attending. It's never too early to start learning about available career opportunities and practicing how to effectively market your skills.


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