Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Cedarville University is online for the rest of the semester, which means that a lot of Cedarville students are spending their days with their family. Many of us are missing, including ALT nights that are planned by the student activities board.
Did you know that Cedarville University is still having chapel every day?
In light of a lot of recent travel restrictions, I thought it would be fun to look back on the crazy traveling that I did with two of my best friends, Adelinne and Madeline, over spring break
In 2020, there were a lot of changes made to a lot of people’s lives. It is easy to say that Cedarville was affected by these changes, too. The Global Outreach team at Cedarville endured these changes when all trips were canceled due to the COVID outbreak. Although this was... View Article
You may read the title of my blog and wonder, oh my, what could be another reason why this girl loves Cedarville? But I truly feel like this reason is unique and important!
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.
Y’all, I will be the first to tell you that it is hard to stay active in college unless you are extremely intentional about it.
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:).