Cedarville College was established in 1887 by five godly men who envisioned a college that would provide Christian higher education. Affiliated with the Reformed Presbyterian Church, the College built its first building, Old Main (now called Founders Hall), in 1895.
The Research Center staff supports the Cedarville University community by empowering students, faculty, and staff to engage in research, pursue scholarly activities, and develop lifelong learning skills.
Staffed with certified professional career coaches and resume writers, Career Services exists to help students and alumni develop a Christ-honoring approach to vocation through services that facilitate career exploration and the development of lifelong career navigational skills.
Cedarville University is hosting the 2009 Help Desk Summit for Ohio independent colleges and universities. This year's event will be held on March 17. The event is designed for information sharing by staff members who support technology on their respective campuses.
Residence life at Cedarville University fosters lifelong friendships and unforgettable college memories. Approximately 80 percent of our undergraduate students live on campus. You will be living amongst upperclassmen and underclassmen and learning together from a variety of backgrounds, opinions, and experiences. Life in the residence halls should promote your spiritual growth, while encouraging healthy academic habits and providing opportunities for learning how to live in a community.
In their service to the University community and support of the mission of Cedarville University, staff members of the Centennial Library demonstrate leadership in providing our users with an effective gateway to the world of information access and use.
Cedarville University is committed to providing its faculty, staff, and students with an integrated, broadly accessible information, voice, and video communications technology infrastructure so as to make information available to people who need it, when they need it, and where they need it.
Student health care is provided by University Medical Services (UMS), an ambulatory student health care facility that is located adjacent to the Doden Field House. UMS contracts with several local physicians and a nurse practitioner who come to Cedarville University on a part time scheduled basis so that health care services are available to students right on campus.
At Cedarville, we are interested in the well-being of your spirit, your mind, and your body. Whether you’re a serious fitness buff or just want to work off stress from an all-night study session, we have inviting recreation facilities, as well as a wide variety of programs and services, to help you stay in shape, engage in friendly competition, or challenge yourself with something new.
Student organizations provide opportunities for you to get involved and make connections during your time at Cedarville. From academic and professional, to social and service, to cross-cultural and special interests, you’ll find 100-plus organizations with like-minded students who share your passions and interests. Want to join a group of future teachers? You’ll find that here. Interested in networking with professional engineers? We’ve got a group for you. Want to develop leadership skills? Practice a foreign language? Worship through dance? You’ll find an organization that welcomes you and helps you advance your skills and find a place in our tight-knit Christian community.