Due to current weather conditions, the University is closed Wednesday, February 2. All classes are canceled. Essential personnel are asked to report. Chuck’s (the cafeteria) will open from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and 4-6 p.m. Be watching this website and your email for further updates.
Normal Operating Conditions
Winter Storm Warning in effect until 7 p.m. EST Wednesday, February 2 A winter storm warning means significant amounts of snow, sleet and ice are expected or occurring. Strong winds are also possible. This will make travel very hazardous. Please be cautious as you traverse campus. Also, prepare for possible... View Article
This is a special health alert to notify you that there are a few students who have become ill with influenza-like illness, or flu symptoms. As a campus, we want to take an aggressive approach to fighting influenza so that our numbers of cases are minimized and your part in... View Article
The repairs to the Network Operations Center (NOC) air conditioning system have been completed and nearly all of the network servers have been powered back on. All network services should be fully available by Wednesday morning.
This morning a slow leak was discovered in the air conditioning unit in the Network Operations Center (NOC). At this time, the temperature in the NOC is being maintained at a safe level and we are working with maintenance to keep the AC unit running in its current condition as... View Article
The University will return to normal operations and class schedules on Thursday, February 11, 2010. Commuter students, faculty and staff are to use discretion in attempting to come to campus. As a University employee, if you reside in an area that makes it unsafe or unwise to drive to campus,... View Article
Even though snow has been light over-night, the wind chill and blowing drifting snow is a concern. Greene County remains in Level II status along with Clark and many other surrounding counties. Our emergency personnel are working hard to keep streets and walkways clear. Please provide them with space to... View Article
Currently, we are in a lull from the snow for this afternoon and early this evening. The low front that caused all of the morning snow, will turn over the Great Lakes and is expected to bring more snow through Wednesday. Winds are expected to pick-up later this evening causing... View Article
Greene County is now in a Level II Snow Weather Emergency (roads are very hazardous). Due to this, all classes will be canceled effective at 12:30 p.m. Emergency essential personnel only. Chuck’s will serve dinner from 4-6 p.m.
Welcome to the Cedarville University emergency communications website. This site is designed to provide you with real-time resources and information in the event of a campus wide emergency. Please take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the tools and information housed here. Recovery from an emergency requires that accurate... View Article