Several majors — like education, social work, and nursing — at Cedarville require off-campus field experience. There are several things I expected and some things that I have been surprised by as I have entered the world of internships as a Cedarville student.
If you are considering getting an on-campus job, here are five things to know about working on campus.
Each Getting Started Weekend, students arrive at Cedarville with a variety of schooling backgrounds. Many were homeschooled or attended private school or some combination of the two. Others, like me, attended a public school and experienced a significant transition as they began freshman year. There were many changes that I anticipated in my transition, and many that I was not prepared for. Here are 5 things to be aware of as you shift from public school to Cedarville.
Whether you are a freshman who did not choose to live in Printy or Lawlor, or you are an upperclassman moving to a hall style dorm for the first time, you may wonder how you will get to know the people in your hall. How can you build community with your hallmates? Here are 5 fun tips for building community in a hall-style dorm!
Cedarville seems to be the PERFECT place to grow in your spiritual walk. But why is it that some people walk away from the faith after their time at Christian schools? College is a stage in everyone’s life where their faith is put to the test, even at Cedarville.