2022-2023 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

performance facility designed specifically for strength and conditioning for the University’s 16 varsity athletic programs. Branded from top to bottom with the Cedarville Yellow Jacket, the space allows for 36 athletes to train simultaneously on state of the art, sport specific equipment. The facility also serves to enhance sport rehabilitation and return to play through the athletic training program. Additionally, the Callan Expansion houses the Athletic Team Room, with more than 2,000 square feet of space for the athletic staff and student athletes to meet, review film, host events, and recruit future Yellow Jackets. Doden Field House The Doden Field House is the largest section of the Recreation Center, added in 2003. This 60,000-square-foot area can host four basketball, volleyball, and tennis courts or two indoor soccer courts. It also includes three batting cages, a 200-meter track, and bleachers seating 1,000 spectators. The track is used for individual walking/jogging as well as for high school and college indoor track competitions. Cedarville’s annual commencement is held in the Field House, accommodating nearly 7,000 attendees. Fitness Center Also added in 2003, the Fitness Center is an open, inviting area featuring a 40-foot indoor climbing wall, capturing the attention of all who enter. This section of the Recreation Center also includes three racquetball courts, a 2,200-square-foot exercise studio, a varsity athletics free weight room, a 2,000-square-foot general use free weight room, 28 Nautilus strength training machines, 50 cardio machines, and a recreation equipment room. University Medical Services Another section added to the Athletic and Recreation Center in 2003 is University Medical Services, which provides ambulatory healthcare from a staff of physicians and nurses. University Medical Services offers many healthcare services such as preventative care, illness care, wellness education, over-thecounter medications, allergy injection management, laboratory services, prescription medications, rehabilitation treatment, and an insurance claim service. See page 6 for more information. Carnegie Center for the Visual Arts Located two blocks south of the main campus, this stately structure, donated by Andrew Carnegie, went through a major renovation in 2012. The building houses the administrative offices for the Department of Art, Design, and Theatre, upper-level studios for art students, and classrooms for drawing, painting, and twodimensional design. Centennial Library The 66,000 square foot library served as the cornerstone of the College’s 1987 Centennial celebration. This structure brings together research and information services, resources, and personnel to support students and faculty. Located on a prominent site within the academic cluster of buildings, this facility provides solo and group study spaces, physical information materials, and in-person research support designed to meet the needs of all academic programs. The Library presently houses over 170,000 print volumes and provides access to nearly 200,000 e-books along with access to world-class databases and digital resources. Library resources are accessible remotely by students or faculty members, and research support services are also available online. In 1996, Cedarville College became one of the first private institutions to join OhioLINK, a cooperative of over 90 institutional libraries in Ohio that share physical resources through direct borrowing and digital resources through consortial purchasing. The Library’s Digital Commons serves as the University’s institutional repository and publishes both books and journals. The library also houses the MediaPLEX, the Curriculum Materials Center, computer classrooms, a variety of individual and group study spaces, and the University archives. The MediaPLEX offers project and production support including copying, printing, paper and materials supply, and other services. The Curriculum Materials Center provides PreK–12 resources to support the School of Education, as well as other education and ministry-related resources. For more information and to access the library’s catalog and online resources, visit the library’s website at cedarville.edu/ library. Center for Biblical and Theological Studies Situated on Cedar Lake, this innovative 59,000-square-foot structure supports Cedarville’s Bible minor — which grounds students in God’s Word — as well as the Bible programs that prepare them for vocational ministry. The center includes a technology-equipped homiletics lab, two lecture halls, 14 classrooms, accessible faculty offices, email stations, a multimedia lab, and a 36-station computer lab, along with a lounge, gallery, and vending areas. The building also houses the University’s academic enrichment center, which provides courses, programs, services, and events to cultivate academic success. It includes tutoring, first-year programming, disability services, workshops, consultations, and exploratory support. In 2019, the Warren and Betty Wiersbe Library and Reading Room was added, after the couple generously donated Dr. Wiersbe’s vast collection of books and reference materials. The COVE, the campus academic enrichment center, is also located on the second floor in the building Chemistry Laboratory Center Chemistry and biology students conduct experiments and tests in a state-of-the-art Chemistry Laboratory Center. The $5 million expansion project was completed in time for the start of the 2015–16 academic year. The facility, located along the southwest edge of campus, has seven new laboratories: three for freshman chemistry, and one each for advanced chemistry, organic chemistry, instrumentation, and research. The spacious new labs provide a safe and enjoyable environment for the students. The new research lab gives students a place to learn important laboratory techniques and supports the faculty in their research efforts. The chemistry laboratory center enhances the educational experience for the students as they prepare for medical or graduate school and chemistry-related vocations. Chick-fil-A This 15,000-square-foot eatery is adjacent to the Centennial Library and is located along Cedar Lake. With seats for 300, the facility offers Chick-fil-A and Tossed: Salads and Pizza dining options. It opened August 2020. Civil Engineering Center This facility opened August 2020 to house the civil engineering major. With two large classrooms, four laboratories, and six faculty offices, it is located near the Engineering Projects Laboratory. Dixon Ministry Center The 120,000-square-foot Dixon Ministry Center, completed in 1996, includes the Jeremiah Chapel, the Christian Ministries Division, the Department of Music and Worship, and seven classrooms. The 3,720-seat chapel is the site of daily chapel services that bring the University family together for worship and instruction from God’s Word. Page 4 2022–23 Undergraduate Academic Catalog Introduction Facilities