I know I could do a blog post on the best places to study on campus, but I thought I would take a unique approach and share about the best places at Cedarville to have your personal quiet time studying God’s Word!
My Aunt Andrea graduated Cedarville University in 1998 with a communications degree. She is among many of my family members, including my dad and grandpa, who are alumni of Cedarville University.
One out of every eight students on campus is involved in some type of music organization! There are countless opportunities to be involved.
Count yourself lucky to have this dictionary to reference as a beginner guide to being a Cedarville student:).
Because Cedarville gets students from nearly every state, many people are not used to the weather, so we get a lot of questions about the weather!
So I’ve told you about all the jobs that I work, but I have not told you all the ways that you can be involved on Cedarville’s campus for fun!
ALT Night is an alternative event night that is held at Cedarville University on a handful of Friday nights throughout the year.
After a week of wrapping presents, fluffing artificial Christmas trees, and creating countless to-do lists, we were ready to begin decorating Cedarville’s Stevens Student Center (SSC). My team (Campus Activity Board) and I had been in the Christmas spirit for about a month already, so we all felt SO excited... View Article
Growth can happen anywhere, but there is something so unique about learning to live with other people in a dorm.
This has literally been my favorite week of this entire year because it’s SPIRIT WEEK!!! SGA and the Alumni Association partnered together to get the campus community pumped for Homecoming and Parents Weekend by encouraging students, faculty, and staff to dress up each day!