Today's COVID-19 updates include an announcement from the G-MAC about cancellation of spring sports, resources for working from home, a link to view today's "Answering Your COVID-19 Questions" online town hall, and an update on chapel returning online starting Monday.
COVID-19: Caring Well. Staying Well.
As new information continues to come out daily regarding COVID-19, and as we continue to formulate plans to offer the best support to our campus community, we’ll be updating this blog regularly to make sure you have the latest information possible. Updates for Thursday, March 12, include: Updated CDC travel... View Article
Dear Cedarville University Community, Yesterday, I communicated in chapel that the University would remain open and continue to hold classes. Later in the day, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine held a conference call with presidents of independent colleges and universities and requested that we all move to online delivery of education... View Article
In response to the recommendation by Ohio Governor DeWine today regarding the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, the NCCAA Regional Women’s Basketball tournament that will be hosted at Cedarville University Wednesday and Thursday, March 11-12, will take place with NO spectators. While we understand the frustration and disappointment that this may cause,... View Article
This blog includes information shared with our campus community related to the COVID-19 situation. The resources and advisories (linked from the blog’s menu) are being updated regularly to ensure we are sharing the most accurate and timely information available to us. However, each of the dated posts below are time-stamped... View Article
Welcome back from Spring Break! We are glad to have you back on campus and are excited to see how God will work among us in the coming weeks. With national attention keenly focused on the COVID-19 situation, I have appointed Lt. Gen. Loren Reno (Ret.), a 38-year veteran of the United States Air Force...
Dear Faculty, Staff, Students, and Parents: As the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues and concerns have increased, we want to communicate information on how we are monitoring and preparing for any potential impact to our campus community. First and foremost, we have had no reported cases of Coronavirus in... View Article