COVID-19: Caring Well. Staying Well.
This week's updates include preparing for fall semester, how to submit an ID card photo for new students, the latest video of our three new campus buildings, changes for the Bookstore and Post Office, updating the Dean's List for spring semester, and balancing our Christian liberty with love for others.
This week's updates include important information for new students, changes to meal plans and information on dining options, decision on Study Abroad for fall, new campus visit opportunities, and a new video resource on caring well for ourselves during this time.
This week's updates include more information about fall classes, getting campus ready for students' arrival, international travel guidelines, practical tips for caring well from Dr. Misti Grimson, and the Labor Day holiday for staff.
This week's updates include announcing the fall academic calendar, new "Caring Well. Staying Well." website, a short encouraging video from Dr. Chris Miller on "Faith or Fear?," additional in-person campus visit days starting June 15, Campus Security now open for background checks, and pomp and circumstance in a box.
This week's COVID-19: Caring Well, Staying Well summer update includes a Q&A with Loren Reno about our return-to-campus planning approach, when you can expect to hear about changes to the fall academic calendar, cancellation of the Washington, D.C. Semester, Recreation Center opening today, protocols should a COVID-19 case be suspected or confirmed on campus, and a new video showing the progress on the Chick-fil-A, new residence hall, and civil engineering building.
Today's update includes an introduction to our new Caring Well, Staying Well initiative; the return to in-person campus visits; the Fitness Center's reopen plans; new opportunities for student-athletes; and an alumna being recognized for her creative teaching methods during this time of online learning.
Today's update includes CARES grant aid for eligible students, Stinger comes to the new Chick-fil-A, the latest COVID-19 theories from our faculty experts, academic honors, a special two-week June term designed especially for incoming freshmen and high school students, and a Cedarville alumna sails to New York City to serve COVID-19 patients.
Cedarville University is preparing to welcome residential graduate and undergraduate students back to campus as scheduled August 14-16, 2020.
This first update of the summer (can today's high really be only 50 degrees?!) is packed full of news: a first look at plans for the fall, summer programming news, virtual campus visits, tomorrow's "Reopening the Economy" faculty town hall, where to find the Senior Celebration video, paying student balances, latest research on COVID-19 treatments, and faculty experts in the news.