Cedarville 2023 Parent Guidebook

Health and Safety | 33 Emergency Services Another healthcare service available to students on campus is Cedarville University EmergencyMedical Services (CUEMS), a volunteer EMS ambulance ministrymannedwith students who are nationally and state-certified EMTs and/ or paramedics. CUEMS responds primarily to emergencies on Campus, however, CUEMS also serves our community by providingmutual aid to Cedarville Township Volunteer Fire Department and the surrounding community when needed. The students who are involved in this ministry volunteer theirmedical expertise to the Cedarville University family and strive to demonstrate Christ’s love and compassion to their fellow students in times of need. Students who are experiencing amedical emergency should always call 911. Contact UniversityMedical Services Office Line: 937-766-7862 Nurse Line: 937-766-7863 Main Fax: 937-766-7865 Email: ums@cedarville.edu Hours of Operations Mid-August through graduation: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Wednesday: 1–4:30 p.m. UMS is closed holidays, academic breaks, and other closings by special notification. Visits by appointment. Counseling Services Themission of the Cedarville University Counseling Services office is to enhance student spiritual growth by providing individual counseling, mentorship and small-group opportunities, referrals, and education that is driven by biblical truth and employs counselingmethods for spiritual growth. Counseling Services is committed to helping students by applying the principles of God’sWord to the counseling relationship, recognizing that true and lasting change occurs as a result of the transformation by the Holy Spirit. Our counselors seek to utilize their commitment to theWord of God and their professional training to assist students in their growth and development. In addition to individual counseling appointments, Counseling Services facilitates small group