It's Week #7! We're nearing the halfway point of fall semester! We continue to be grateful for how God is protecting and leading us through this challenging COVID season. Thanks to each of you who is praying! This week we have a full update, including State of the University address this Friday (with an exciting announcement expected), more about the new Caring Well Meals ministry, sending notes of encouragement to students in quarantine or isolation, a new Concerning COVID Q&A, campus guests visiting a class ... virtually, rapid antigen testing available, fall play — COVID style, moving the SSC Grab+Go location, cardboard canoe race, and Caring Well TNT this week.
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Why are drinking fountains turned off as a protection against COVID-19?
Good morning, we have passed the two-week mark of the semester and are praising the Lord for His gracious protection upon our campus community. While these first 14 days have been filled with adjustments and the need for a few quick fixes and adaptations of our plans, we have appreciated your feedback, flexibility, and patience at each turn. Thank you — students, faculty, and staff — for Caring Well as we've launched this unprecedented semester. Please continue to pray that God will grant us favor as we serve Him and care for one another. Today's weekly update includes this week in chapel, today's COVID-19 town hall, caring for students in quarantine, how COVID is affecting human behavior, what students should do if they are ill "after hours," friendly mask reminders, COVID reporting, and Getting Started sessions online.
As we enter our second week of the semester, we continue to adjust to our "new normal" as we strive to keep up with changing COVID-19 protocols. Flexibility is the name of the game this fall! We are pleased with how well our campus community is adapting and complying with the new policies. We are also grateful to the Lord for a great Fall Bible Conference, as Nathan Lino challenged us from the Beatitudes to live our lives for Christ. Today's update includes this week in chapel, improvements to dining on campus, adapting our COVID-19 protocols, Caring Well text messages, upcoming COVID-19 town hall, and a flu shot clinic at Cedar Care Village Pharmacy.
We are praising God for a truly memorable Getting Started Weekend, where we welcomed home our new and returning students while practicing our COVID-19 protocols. With the start of classes today, we turn our attention to fall semester, anticipating all that God will continue to do in the lives of our students. This evening's updates include this week in chapel, watching Getting Started sessions online, attending a local church, understanding isolation and quarantine, and students traveling off campus.
Dear Cedarville family, we learned today that a current Cedarville University student tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). This is the first and only confirmed case on campus.
Today's update includes a video from the Campus Experience team and SGA (Student Government Association) with important Caring Well information, livestreaming Getting Started sessions, Fall Bible Conference, caring for our community and following Ohio's mask mandate, how to avoid the crowds at dining facilities, granting parent discussion access to student accounts, welcoming parents to campus this fall,Recreation Center policies for fall, and how to get answers to your questions.
Today's updates include communication plan for fall semester, free prescription delivery for students, a sneak peak at completed new facilities on campus, an update on fall sports, student jobs on campus, updating emergency notification information, and getting answers to fall schedule questions.
Let us then with confidence draw near to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need. Hebrews 4:16 This week, we plan to send updates on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. What a joy to see students on campus again! Resident... View Article
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!