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.
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.
Here in the cornfields of Cedarville, Ohio, what could we possibly offer in the form of entertainment? If you’ve thought this, this blog post may surprise you, but speaking from experience, there are way more outdoor activities and hiking spots than you may think
This post goes out to all those who are unsure about their majors, are currently undeclared, or feel stuck within the major they have picked because they don’t want to end up behind on their four-year plan.
Getting enough sleep is a struggle in and of itself for the average college student. But there’s a big difference between sleeping enough and being truly rested. I have a proposition for you: why not rest through your alarms rather than simply sleeping through them?
Hey, Cedarville Parents, this blog post is specifically for you! I thought I would share some important information/resources to all of you that will be helpful in answering some of the questions you may have or just get you farther plugged in to what’s going on in the 'Ville (as us cool kids would say)!
Sometimes exams can make you feel like you got hit by a truck, but it doesn’t have to be that way! Here are some pointers that will hopefully help you stress less and study better.
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!
Do you love to travel? Are you interested in other cultures? Does the opportunity to brush up on some high school language skills appeal to you? If so, the study abroad program is for you. Cedarville’s Study Abroad Program One of the many things I love about Cedarville is... View Article