When I was considering what college to attend, I worried that I wouldn’t have opportunities to evangelize if I attended a Christian college. In high school, you could probably find me either in my Christian home, Christian church, or Christian school. Consequently, I had very few relationships with unbelievers and... View Article
Ever since I came to Cedarville, people have been asking me what my favorite part of the school is, and I always answer, without hesitation, “The people! Without a doubt, the people!” Growing up homeschooled, I didn’t spend as much time with people as I would have liked, and coming... View Article
At a university with more than 175 areas of study, choosing just one as a floundering freshman newly out of high school can feel daunting. Which one has God called me to? What will make me the most money? Am I actually good enough at anything to commit four years... View Article
Working during college may sound daunting, overwhelming, and maybe boring. The purpose of attending college is to get a higher education, and you devote most of your time and energy toward your studies. Why work during college at all? Well, having an on-campus job would be very beneficial for you,... View Article
If I weren’t a commuter, I probably wouldn’t be at Cedarville. Just a few months before school began, my grandparents selflessly moved to a town nearby so that I could live with them while I attended college. I was beyond thrilled and grateful. At the same time, I and those... View Article
A few weeks before I arrived at Cedarville University, my academic advisor sent an informative email to me and her other new advisees — freshmen who had no idea what a four-year plan was or how to scan Cedarville’s academic catalog to begin planning their degrees. At the time, I... View Article
College is no joke. My whole life, I waited eagerly for my turn to go to college. Being the youngest of five sisters, I never thought it would be me packing up my room and saying goodbye to childhood friends in order to make the transition into college. But... View Article
What's on your college packing list? Are there certain items that are necessary for residence hall life? Read to find out!
How to Have the Best Experience on Campus (Freshman Year) You’ve finished registration. The Getting Started helpers have moved all your boxes into your dorm and you and your parents have unpacked most of them. You’ve met your roommate and maybe a few other hallmates and looked at your schedule... View Article
I came into college thinking it was going to be no sweat. I mean high school definitely had its difficulties—math tests were often a struggle and some projects were more involved than others—but there were definitely times where I could briefly skim material for a test and do just fine. So that being said, I knew college would be tougher, but I wasn’t prepared for just how much tougher or how big of an adjustment it would be. Here are some heads ups that will hopefully help you mentally prepare and kick into gear for college!