CEDARVILLE — Cedarville University is expected to welcome another record-setting enrollment with nearly 4,000 students this year.
The incoming freshmen start arriving Friday, Aug. 18. This is Cedarville’s 11th consecutive record enrollment.
The university is anticipating nearly 1,000 freshmen and transfer students for the start of its “Getting Started” weekend Friday. Students will move into their residence halls and prepare for the 2017-18 academic year. Classes begin Wednesday, Aug. 23, and Cedarville’s annual Fall Bible Conference begins the new year with sessions beginning Aug. 21.
Among the new students will be Luke Denen from Xenia. Denen will be the fourth of his siblings attending Cedarville in the same academic year. He will join sisters Victoria and Tiffany, both juniors, and older brother Jordan, a senior. Their parents are Mick and Barb Denen.
According to researched information through multiple departments, this is the first time four children are attending Cedarville University during the same academic year.
“We are so thankful for families like the Denens who value the mission of Cedarville University and believe in what is happening here,” said Scott Van Loo, Cedarville’s vice president for enrollment management. “Their commitment to Christian higher education is exemplary, and we are thrilled to support and challenge Luke, Victoria, Tiffany and Jordan in their academic and spiritual growth.”
Story courtesy Cedarville University.