The summer issue of Cedarville Magazine shares “A Vision for Future Faithfulness: 10-Year Campus Master Plan.” Read through the issue online, and you’ll discover details about the six major projects slated in the plan: Chick-fil-A Dining Commons, 282-bed residence hall, Civil Engineering Building, Callan Athletic Center expansion, School of Business Administration Building, and a Welcome Center and Liberal Arts Building. Because of God’s providential grace, our enrollment has grown for the last 12 years, with another record freshman class projected this fall. Now is the time to expand so that Cedarville is positioned for years to come as a place where students’ lives are transformed through excellent education and intentional discipleship in submission to biblical authority
The Reclaim Wisdom Beginning With Creation Conference was held at Cedarville on Saturday, July 20. This one-day event emphasized the importance of maintaining a biblical perspective that adheres to a seven-day creation and a literal Adam and Eve and explored how worldviews are anchored to an individual’s views on the origin of life. Cedarville professors Dr. John R. Gilhooly, Assistant Professor of Theology, and Dr. Heather Kuruvilla, Senior Professor of Biology, were featured speakers. Dr. Steven Gollmer, Professor of Physics and Assistant Chair of the Department of Science and Mathematics, coordinated the conference.
Rufus Mathew ’22, who came to Cedarville from Bahrain, has already made a huge impression on campus with his love for the Lord, his energy, humility, and kindness, so much so that he was voted freshman class president by his peers. During his first year on campus, he joined the speech and debate team, was a vital part of the successful Model United Nations team, and shared his faith with students at the University of Cincinnati. And while his life has already included many adventures, this summer he will live out his faith and achieve a personal dream on the international stage as he will begin an internship at the United Nations.
Our Master of Science in Nursing program is expanding again, adding two new areas of focus in Nursing Leadership in Healthcare Improvement and Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. These new programs will join the well-established FNP, Nurse Educator, and Global Public Health Nursing options and meet demands for advanced practice nurses in today’s healthcare environment. New M.S.N. students will be able to enroll in the PNP and Nursing Leadership in Healthcare Improvement focus areas starting this fall. Please help us spread the word!