1000 Days: The approximate amount of time undergraduate students spend on Cedarville’s campus. We are determined to make every one of those days matter and steward all God has entrusted to us. Every gift to this campaign will help us fulfill our mission to transform students’ lives for eternity.
Cedarville University transforms lives through excellent education and intentional discipleship in submission to biblical authority.
Coming to Cedarville has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. I am a completely transformed person because of the work Christ has done on me during my time at Cedarville.
Lindey Fark ‘23
Cedarville University has been the investment with the greatest return over my 20 years of support. I know they will use my gift wisely, and I have seen the lives that have been changed over the years.
Lorne Scharnberg, Trustee Emeriti
A Bold Vision
As Cedarville stands unapologetically for the Word of God and the Testimony of Jesus Christ, students’ lives are transformed by the power of the Gospel, for the advance of the Kingdom.
We embark upon a bold campaign to:
Expand Our Capacity
We must improve and add to our infrastructure in order to welcome, house, and educate the growing number of students who desire a university that is faithful to Scripture and marked by academic excellence.
Minimize Student Debt
We can help make Cedarville more affordable and accessible to the next generation of students, ensuring they are equipped to serve and lead for the Word of God and the Testimony of Jesus Christ.
transform lives in and out of the classroom
Our excellent academic programs and intentional approach to discipleship combine to provide a transformational experience for every student.
provide for the future
Cedarville is committed to standing firm against cultural headwinds, and planned gifts provide assurance that financial giving will continue well into the future. It is a chance to leave a legacy for years to come.
- Cedarville Stories Podcast: Leader of An Historic CampaignWill Smallwood is no stranger to a big challenge. He was recently named the new Vice President for Advancement. His first task? Lead the university’s $125 million One Thousand Days Transformed: The Campaign for Cedarville. Read more »
- One Thousand Days Transformed: The Campaign for CedarvilleJeremiah Chapel was humming on October 1 as students, faculty, staff, and alumni awaited the historic announcement promised to be part of the annual State of the University address. Read more »