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What Are Courtesy Accounts?

February 16, 2024

Courtesy Accounts (previously known as “temporary accounts”) are used to enable people who are not current students, alumni, or employees to access Cedarville University systems, services, and information on a limited or temporary basis. Courtesy Accounts can also be used by departments, offices, or organizations as shared accounts. Faculty, staff,... View Article

Join Us for a Movie Night!

January 29, 2024

Have you ever feared starting a world war by playing a video game? This Friday, February 2, join us in ENS 245 at 7:00 p.m. to watch WarGames. This sci-fi thriller is about a young gamer who hacks into a government computer and accidentally threatens to start World War III.... View Article

Android 10 or iOS 14? Duo Mobile Will Stop Working Soon.

October 26, 2023

Effective February 8, 2024, Duo Mobile will no longer support the Android 10 and iOS 14 operating systems. Information Technology recommends keeping the operating systems on your mobile devices up to date to ensure your access to Cedarville University information, systems, and services is not interrupted. Click on this link... View Article

Increase of Compromised Cedarville University Accounts

July 31, 2023

The University is experiencing an increased number of Cedarville accounts becoming compromised by scammers, resulting in mass phishing and scam emails. In the past seven days, 14 accounts have become compromised (meaning someone other than the owner has logged in to a Cedarville account) and used to send out 17,849... View Article

Duo Universal Prompt: Two-Factor Authentication Upgrade

July 24, 2023

Introducing “Duo Universal Prompt.” This upgrade of our Duo Two-Factor Authentication solution was made available to Cedarville faculty, staff, and enrolled students on July 27, 2023. There is no action needed on your part to receive the upgrade. . Key Benefits: Modern look & feel . Increased security . Same... View Article

Traveling Internationally with a University-Owned Mobile Device

May 5, 2023

This article provides information on how to get an AT&T International Day Pass plan when traveling internationally with a university-owned device. Prior to your departure, contact Information Technology to upgrade your AT&T or FirstNet phone plan. This will save roaming charges on your mobile devices. You can call or text Information Technology at 937-766-7905,... View Article

Cyber Speaker Series: Modern Electronic Warfare

October 5, 2022

Mr. Aaron Luke, a current CU dad, will be on campus to talk about electronic warfare (EW)! Come to hear about the difference as well as the overlap between science fiction and modern electronic warfare. There will be time for your questions about lasers, jammers, electromagnetic pulses, and other fascinating... View Article

Beware of Scam Text and Email Messages

August 26, 2022

A scam known as the “boss scam” has recently surfaced where scam messages are sent by fraudsters via email and text messages. These fraudulent messages appear to come from immediate managers, C-level executives, or other members of senior management. The news article at this link describes the scam: https://www.wgal.com/article/boss-scam-targets-workers-through-text-message-email/39165682#. If... View Article


August 22, 2022

Apple recently released security updates for iOS, iPadOS, and macOS platforms to remediate two critical security flaws previously exploited by threat actors to compromise its devices. The iOS and iPadOS updates are available for iPhone 6s and later, iPad Pro (all models), iPad Air 2 and later, iPad 5th generation and later, iPad... View Article

Phishing Email Alert

June 13, 2022

An email message with the subject ”PART-TIME JOB OFFER FOR STUDENT AND STAFFS” was sent to over 1000 Cedarville.edu email addresses. This is a Phishing email message. If you received it, do not click on any links and do not reply. Delete the message. Please note that the email message... View Article