2023-2024 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Delta Pi Sigma is a women’s service organization whose purpose is to seek fulfillment in the lives of its members both spiritually and professionally. The primary focus is to serve the faculty and staff and their families in times of need. DTR is a comedy club that brings people together through humor and increases the appreciation for improv and sketch comedy on campus. Financing Hope empowers people of an impoverished community with microloans so that they can establish businesses and support their families. French Club promotes the use of the French language and increases the knowledge and appreciation of French culture to advance awareness of missions. German Club is for students who are interested in German language and culture. The club meets weekly for language practice and monthly for meetings, activities, and trips. Health and Fitness Association is the principal advocate and leadership organization for University health. The association provides education, communication, products, and services as well as promotes research and culturally competent practices to enhance its members’ ability to advance the health of all students and the campus community. International Justice Mission promotes awareness on campus of issues of injustice around the globe, particularly those issues addressed by the International Justice Mission based in Washington, D.C. K9’s at the Ville is a service organization providing ministry opportunity for students to be involved in the training of service dogs by aiding in the training, socializing, and fostering of the dog. The ultimate goal of K9’s at the Ville is to help provide a life-altering service dog as a blessing for a family while raising awareness on campus of the needs of disabled people and the help that can be given. Kappa Zeta Pi is a community of women who are seeking to build up our sisters in Christ in the areas of prayer, community, and spiritual accountability. Mu Kappa is a fellowship organization serving missionary kids and international students. Multicultural and International Student Organization (MISO) provides opportunities for international students to meet their distinctive needs and plan ways to share their unique contributions. Phi Epsilon Beta is a women’s organization promoting spiritual and social growth within its members. Phi Gamma Psi promotes social interaction and enhances spiritual growth among women at the University. Sanctify Ministries seeks to encourage, equip, and support students in pursuing a lifestyle of purity during and beyond their college experience at Cedarville University. Spanish Club provides opportunities to practice language skills and learn about Spanish-speaking cultures through extracurricular activities. Students for Israel seeks to provide students with a better and more accurate understanding of God’s people Israel, both past and present, and to provide ways for students and faculty to minister to Israel and its people. The Inversions are a diverse group of students who bond and express themselves through their common interest in a cappella music. They provide the community with entertainment through a cappella music, develop and enhance musicianship in members, and provide opportunities to showcase unique musical genres. The Studio is a society of art and design that promotes art and design studies, networks art and design majors and students with shared interests, provides a mentoring program for current and incoming students, and provides design and art services for the student body as well as the University and outside clients. Theta Rho Epsilon (OPE) is a men’s organization that seeks to develop character and friendships through social and service opportunities. Zeta Pi Sigma cultivates a community of Christian men and is dedicated to the principles of leadership by example, encouragement through service, and spiritual growth through discipleship and accountability. Departmental Organizations Cedarville University Emergency Medical Services (CUEMS) is a volunteer ambulance service run entirely by students from Cedarville University. As an EMS provider, CUEMS responds to all medical and traumatic emergencies on the University campus, as well as being available to the surrounding community if needed. All members of CUEMS are state-certified emergency medical technicians (EMT) trained at the basic, intermediate, or paramedic level. Cedarville University EMS is dispatched by the Greene County 911 system and has the distinction of being the first collegiate emergency medical service in the nation. CUEMS has been providing emergency services to the University and community since 1968. Delta Alpha Epsilon (DAE) is comprised of 12 to 16 selected student volunteers. The members of DAE strive to “Build Relationships by Serving.” They represent the student body to Cedarville alumni and are devoted to serving alums. The organization also assists the advancement division with a variety of activities planned for alumni and friends of the University. Discipleship Council, affectionately known as the “DC,” is a select group of upperclassmen who assist the discipleship director in administration of discipleship small groups. Throughout the year, the DC examines the topic of discipleship through Bible study, group interaction, and shared ministry experience. Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) promotes communication between student-athletes, University administration, Athletics, and community members. We will work to enhance the student-athlete experience by protecting the studentathletes’ well-being, nurturing a positive student-athlete image to the campus and community, and maintaining our testimony to glorify God in all our efforts. The Campus Activity Board (CAB) exists to develop and equip student leaders while serving the Cedarville University community by creating and implementing traditional, creative, and original student programs and events. VISION is a diversity organization through Admissions that is dedicated to recruiting prospective students from underrepresented backgrounds. This includes students who are multiethnic, first in their family to go to college, missionary kids, military kids, homeschooled students, third-culture kids, and international students. The purpose of VISION is to expand Cedarville’s multi-cultural community by connecting prospective students with current Cedarville University students through oncampus events and communication outreach. 2023–24 Undergraduate Academic Catalog Page 11 Introduction Student Life Programs