Cedarville Offers New Scholarship
Trina Jones is just like any other Cedarville student. She is a freshman getting used to life at Cedarville. But Jones has a unique back story.
Jones grew up in the foster system and is the first student to attend Cedarville on the Students from Foster Care Scholarship. This is her first semester.
Jones entered the foster care system when she was 2 years old and stayed in the system until she was 18 and became legally emancipated.
Her mother was disabled and she only met her father ...
Is Grad School Worth It?
As 2003 Cedarville graduate Mike Kibbe discovered, one is never too old to listen to Dad.
Immediately after graduating from Cedarville, Kibbe, a Bible major, enrolled in Dallas Theological Seminary to earn a 4-5 year Master of Theology degree. He dropped out two years into the program.
“My dad told me it was a dumb idea to go right into grad school, and I didn’t listen,” Kibbe says, laughing. “He was right.”
Kibbe says he went to graduate school because he wasn’t sure what ...
What Kind of Graduate Education Is Most Valuable?
Many factors are involved in choosing a graduate school. What kind of graduate school would be most valuable for you?
Public vs. Private
“I was more interested in what division of sports that they had because I’d be working with their athletes.”
--Mary Bernecker, Wright State, Athletic Training
“For graduate school, I knew it would be a little different because I knew I was going to be mostly at home, I would be commuting there and back, so it didn’t really matter to me as ...
Grad School Abroad
Attending an international graduate school can have a long-lasting effect on a student’s life academically, culturally, spiritually and financially, said Cedarville professors.
Bible professors Greg Couser, Dan Estes and Jason Lee, attended graduate school in Great Britain. And though the language is (mostly) the same, they said the social and academic experience is quite different. For grad students and their families, they said studying abroad can be a positive, life-changing experienc...
Professionals Enjoy Time as Graduate Students at Cedarville
Cedarville offers four different master’s degrees and is looking to add more. The university supplies graduates with master’s degrees in business, nursing and education, along with a seven-year pharmacy program that culminates with a doctorate of pharmacy. Cedarville is also in the process of accepting applications for the inaugural class of the new master’s degree in ministry spearheaded by the school of Biblical and theological studies.
Undergraduate students may wonder what the ...