This is a message from Cedarville University. The power problem has been identified. Power will be restored in about one to two hours. The cafeteria will be open for food service by 5:30 pm. Please use your dorm key to gain access to your resident hall since the card system... View Article
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This is a message from Cedarville University. The village and campus have experienced a temporary power outage. The power company has responded to make repairs. In the interim, campus buildings have lost power. We currently do not have a time frame for when the power will be restored. The cafeteria... View Article
The tornado warning for our area in Greene County is now clear. Rotation was observed in the South Charleston area to the east of Cedarville but is moving on. Once again conditions are clear for Cedarville! Campus Safety
This is a tornado warning – seek shelter immediately in the lowest section of the building that you are in. Stay sheltered until further notice. Campus Safety!!
The tornado warning for Cedarville is now clear. You may leave your shelter location.
Tornado warning – seek shelter immediately. Remain in place until further notice.
This is a message from Cedarville University. Students are requested to return to residence halls immediately due to power outage. The temporary lights on campus will shutoff at 11 pm.
Cedarville University will operate on a 2-hour delay on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The school day will begin with chapel at 10 a.m.
Cedarville University is closed on Tuesday, Jan. 28, due to the extreme cold weather. Emergency essential staff do not need to report. Meals in the campus cafeteria will be served based on the normal schedule.
This is a message from Cedarville University. Due to the inclement weather, the campus will be closed today (Monday, Jan. 6th). Emergency essential personnel should report at the normal time. This e-mail has been sent to you by CEDARVILLE UNIVERSITY as part of our alert notification system. To learn... View Article