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Keeping You Updated – April 3, 2020


Keeping You Updated – April 3, 2020

Friday, April 3, 2020

As we continue in this time of remote (online) instruction with most of our faculty and staff also working from home, we have been sending daily emails to the campus community to keep us connected and informed. To ensure parents are also receiving relevant information, we will send you a weekly update with highlights from our daily communications. If you would like to receive the daily updates personally, please subscribe to our COVID-19 blog.

Career Services

During this period of online learning, Career Services is still available to assist students! From April 1-17, Handshake will host daily “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) virtual sessions at noon PST/3 p.m. EST. Students can join by clicking the standing Zoom call and ask questions about careers, internships, summer plans, interviews, and more. 

Credit/No Credit Option for Spring 2020 Semester

Last week, Dr. Mach shared information about the Credit/No Credit option available to students this spring semester. Students who choose this option for any or all of their courses must complete the Office of the Registrar’s Credit/No Credit Grade Request form by Friday, April 24, at 5 p.m.

Returning Greene County Library Materials

Students who have materials checked out from the Greene County Library may return them to Centennial Library when you are back on campus to move out of your residence hall. We’ve made arrangements to return those items to the local library when it reopens, Lord willing, in May.

May Term

May term courses will now be online and offered in the standard summer term (May 26-August 14), rather than during the traditional three-week May term block. Nursing students should contact the B.S.N. program advisor, Rhonda Dodson (, regarding plans for nursing courses originally scheduled to start early in May.

Research and Scholarship Symposium

Plan to celebrate the work of students and faculty during the virtual Research and Scholarship Symposium being held April 8-22. You’ll be inspired by research and presentations in math, science, engineering, pharmacy, nursing, psychology, history and government, social work, exercise science, and more. Join us online to view posters, hear student presentations, and listen to a panel discussion.

Room/Board Refunds

For students who have requested room and board refunds to be deposited in their bank account, those are being processed every Wednesdays.

Tips for Online Learners

In the weekly COVID-19 town hall, faculty and staff from The Cove, Cedarville’s academic enrichment center, offered helpful tips for students who are adjusting to online learning.


We invite you to join us for chapel each weekday at 10 a.m. via Facebook Live or the University website. We have scheduled live chapels on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, with Tuesdays and Thursdays featuring favorite messages from our chapel archive. Dr. White is scheduled to speak this coming Monday, April 6.

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