Every fall we have a whole school service day where students, staff and faculty join together to get out into Portland and serve the city.
An exciting new era for Cedarville athletics is on the horizon! The University has applied to the National Collegiate Athletic Association to become a Division II member. Pending NCAA approval in July 2009, the transition will take three years to complete.
Within the One Course At A Time academic calendar, learning is not restricted to a classroom or hour-long class period. Professors are free to take classes on field trips or travel abroad. Students can completely immerse themselves in each subject for a full month of in-depth learning.
College is about learning, growing, and working together. It's about classes, and fun. Graceland students often say 'coming to Graceland was the best decision' they ever made.
The extra-curricular activities at Mount Mercy, including the Drama Club, allow students to reach their highest potential in areas that interest them.
One of the largest NCAA Division III facilities of its kind in the nation, the 200,000-square-foot Wartburg-Waverly Sports & Wellness Center (AKA The W) offers expansive facilities for college health and wellness programs and intercollegiate athletics. At the same time, it provides Waverly with one of the finest community wellness centers in the Midwest.
Every October we host Applefest at Unity. Celebrate fall with fresh pressed cider, apple-picking in our orchard, local music, and apple fritters!
The Master's College is one of a small group of fully accredited Christian colleges with a science department that affirms the authority of God's Word in all things, including the Genesis 1 account of God's creation taking place in six, 24-hour days.
The Martha Miller Center for Global Communication houses the departments of Communication and Modern and Classical Languages and the offices of International Education and Multicultural Life. The college's student-run FM radio station and weekly campus newspaper, The Anchor, also hold offices in this building. It is named in honor of a leadership gift from the estate of Martha Miller of the college's Class of 1924.
Published January 22, 2013This article discusses important factors to consider when evaluating and choosing a liberal arts college.
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