COVID-19: Caring Well. Staying Well.

Messages to Our Community

May 8, 2020 |

Cedarville University is sending regular COVID-19: Caring Well. Staying Well. updates to the campus community. You can review all posts below.

January 13 Update: Personal Wellness Checks, Monday Contract Meals, COVID Testing, and More

January 13, 2021 | 2 Comments

Campus is still quiet, but we're looking forward to when that will soon change as students return starting Sunday. Please pray with us for safe travels as our students make their way to campus and for the continued health and safety of our campus community throughout the semester. Today's update includes performing personal wellness checks before coming to campus, Dining Hall hall contract meals on Monday, expanded COVID testing, Caring Well reminders for our community, what to pack as you come to campus, purchasing textbooks, and how to contact us with questions.

November 23 Update: Thanksgiving Blessings, COVID Vaccine, and Bible Reading Plan

November 23, 2020 |

This week's update includes Dr. White's Thanksgiving greetings, Dr. Zach Jenkins COVID-19 vaccine presentation, SGA's Bible reading plan for break, resources from the state of Ohio for returning home safely, finding thankfulness during COVID recovery, and changes to communication for spring semester,

November 16 Update: Vaccine Presentation, End-of-Semester Info, and Final Flu Shot Clinic

November 16, 2020 |

This week's updates include tomorrow's COVID vaccine webinar, presented by the School of Pharmacy; end-of-semester reminders; state travel restrictions; Caring Well operating plan for spring; final Concerning COVID post: Returning to the research about masks; last flu shot clinic for the semester; and COVID reporting, iCare notes, and help with Caring Well Meals deliveries.

November 10 Update: COVID Vaccine Info, Class Rings, and Veterans Day

November 10, 2020 |

We're down to our final two weeks of the semester. The Lord has been so gracious and faithful, and we praise Him! Like much of the U.S., we are seeing an increase in COVID cases in Ohio, as well as an uptick on our campus. While we're all weary of the reminders, please remain vigilant to wear your masks and maintain 6-feet distance from others. Students, we are praying for you as you complete end-of-term projects and prepare for exams. Pray that we remain healthy and finish well. This week's update includes following the example of Timothy; what happens if you have to quarantine or isolate NOW?; state travel restrictions; COVID-19 vaccine online presentation; virtual class ring event (TODAY!); blood drive; Veterans Day chapel; why is a flu shot important?; flu shot Fridays continue; spring semester billing information; and COVID reporting and sending iCare notes.

Concerning COVID: Why Should I Get a Flu Shot?

November 9, 2020 |

November 9, 2020 Question: Why is it important to get a flu shot during the COVID-19 pandemic? Answer: During COVID-19, it is very important to get your flu vaccine, but, how does the flu vaccine help during this season of COVID-19? Promotes overall health during flu season You can have COVID-19... View Article

November 2 Update: GO Trips, Serving the Community, and Voting Tomorrow

November 2, 2020 |

It's beginning to look a lot like … Christmas? Yes, over the weekend our campus transitioned into a holiday wonderland. With just three weeks left in the semester, we're celebrating early this year. We're not letting a global pandemic take away our Christmas spirit. Our festivities may be a little different this year, but the reason we celebrate is still the same — our Savior, the Messiah, Jesus has come! Today's update includes a reminder to vote; Global Outreach trips forming; serving our local community; Flu Shot Fridays and free health screenings; clarification on student mailboxes; Operation Christmas Child box-packing; Concerning COVID: Understanding quarantine; and COVID-19 reporting plus sending iCare encouragement notes to students in quarantine or isolation.