For Career Development for the English Major class (ENG-2020) in spring 2022, Dr. Kevin Heath asked students to form groups and choose an entrepreneurial project to aid the community, the campus, or the major. Four students collected testimonies from faculty and staff at Cedarville University to be included in a... View Article
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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.
Cedarville is a quaint village tucked away in Ohio. Cedarville students seek to make every day, every adventure, and every moment with friends matter, especially when living in a place where the community seeks to do the same. So what kinds of adventures do students have around the village?
So. Many. Emails. At Cedarville, be prepared for many, many emails a day. Several come in the mornings before I even wake up. While this can be overwhelming, these emails are FULL of useful, important information about academics, updates, job openings, intramurals, organization meetings, and so many more things that you do not want to miss out on!
It’s day one of your 1,000 days at Cedarville University. Hyped-up students wearing matching yellow or blue T-shirts and waving pool noodles line the sidewalks cheering for you as you and your parents drive down University Boulevard and pull up to your residence hall. You couldn’t be more pumped.
You may read the title of this blog and think, this is a little late — we are past Thanksgiving!
You may be wondering what a ‘reverse bucket list’ is?
Finals are approaching… The whole student body begins to feel the pressure of upcoming assignments.
When I was in high school, the idea of going to college got me excited. But I wasn’t sure how to get from Point A (high school graduation) to Point B (actually attending college).
If you’ve been loosely following Cedarville the last few months, you have probably seen the three letters S, G, and A pop up often.