At the very beginning of every school year, student organizations (orgs) spread out for a night on the lawn to recruit potential members. On what always happens to be a beautiful night, freshmen are invited to peruse these orgs and figure out which ones to join. While all carry stickers... 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
It’s Friday night. You were about to make a Young’s run when your classmate sends you the text: Just finished my paper! Paper? Frantically, you check the Canvas calendar. Sure enough, due at 11:59 p.m. is the term paper that completely slipped your mind. You check the clock. 6:08 p.m.... View Article
I have changed majors six times. Yes, you read that correctly. Since my freshman year, I have gone through six major changes. First there was pharmacy. That lasted a semester. Although Cedarville does offer an accelerated plan, I just knew a doctoral degree wasn’t for me.... View Article
The Do’s and Don’ts of Choosing a College Major It’s #2 on the list of the first three questions you’re likely to ask someone new on campus. (In order of likelihood, “What’s your name?,” “What’s your major?,” and “Where are you from?”) And this isn’t the first time you’ve... View Article
Several majors — like education, social work, and nursing — at Cedarville require off-campus field experience. There are several things I expected and some things that I have been surprised by as I have entered the world of internships as a Cedarville student.
In this post, Warner will take you through a day in the life of a Cedarville student studying abroad in Spain!
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.
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
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