It’s easy to become stressed at college with so much to do: attend classes, complete assignments, study for exams, join orgs, hang out with friends, go to work shifts, and catch all the campus events. It can be even more stressful if you’re a new student and this is your... View Article
Items TO Pack for College and Reasons Why Packing for college might be one of the most stressful things ever! It might be the first time you are living away from home, so you obviously want to have all the necessities. But what are those necessities? Well, in this blog,... View Article
In this post, Warner will take you through a day in the life of a Cedarville student studying abroad in Spain!
A huge way we can steward our money well at Cedarville is by taking advantage of college student discounts on food or activities. In this post, I have listed five of my favorite places around Cedarville that offer discount days or provide student discounts.
As you are preparing to come to Cedarville University, you may be wondering if you have to bring a car. The answer to that question is a simple no.
Whether your family and friends are 40 or 400 miles away, it is normal to miss them while you are studying here at Cedarville. Those weeks between hugs from your mom or annoying pestering from your siblings can feel long. The time between hanging out at the mall and watching movies with friends from high school can feel like forever. Keep in touch!
As you consider coming to Cedarville, you may be wondering what there is to do during your free time.
Ah March, the month of the mid-semester motivation slump. It’s a real thing, and it hits hard.
FOMO is real. It seems like every weekend a group of my campus friends are driving to Cincinnati or Columbus, going on Target or Walmart runs, or having Cheesecake Factory dates at the Greene.
“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well” (Virginia Woolf).