Posts in Category: COVID-19

August 3 Update: Finalizing Your Schedule, Getting Started, Fall Sports, and More

August 3, 2020 | 4 Comments

This week's updates include what you can expect at Getting Started, accessing Getting Started events and seminars via livestream, finalizing your course schedule for the fall, extending the grace period on past-due interest, fall sports, finding on-campus jobs, telehealth option revisited, where to pick up your books from the Bookstore (don't forget to order your books before you return to campus!), and picking up packages at the Post Office just got easier!

July 22 Update: Caring Well. Staying Well. Operating Plan Now Available

July 22, 2020 | 37 Comments

This week's updates include Cedarville's Caring Well. Staying Well. COVID-19 operating plan for fall 2020, connecting with the STING (Getting Started) leadership team, information on how students with health conditions can request accommodations, and a new video interview on how to have healthy conversations when you're facing complicated COVID-19 circumstances.

June 1 Update: Q&A with Loren Reno, D.C. Semester, and Chick-fil-A Progress

June 1, 2020 |

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.

May 18 Update: CARES Grants, Stinger Comes to Chick-fil-A, and Academic Honors

May 18, 2020 |

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.