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1 Dr. Carl Ruby Vice President for Student Life

2 92% of a students time is spent outside the classroom. Some experts estimate that 70% of the learning that occurs in college occurs outside the classroom. According to CIRP, the typical college student spends 48 hours in class or studying. Students learn best when they engage in discussion and reflection. The student who learns the most is the one who is active, both inside and outside the classroom.

3 Love for God We will maintain a culture which encourages meaningful worship to God, obedience to His Word, and the regular practice of spiritual disciplines. Love for Neighbors We believe that next to love for God, the most important indicator of spiritual maturity is a love for those around us. We will let this spirit guide our interactions with students, and encourage them to do the same with their neighbors, both within the University family and in our surrounding community. Excellence in Effort We believe that all of our efforts should result in glory to God. Our commitment to excellence is twofold. First, we will seek to provide our programs and services in a manner that demonstrates excellence. Second, we will encourage students to glorify God by striving for excellence in all that they do. Integrity in Conduct Because we recognize the existence of absolute moral standards, the value of truth, and the importance of submission, we will hold ourselves and our students accountable to maintain high levels of personal integrity. We exist to help Cedarville University fulfill its mission to be a Christ-centered learning community by exhibiting the spirit of Jesus Christ and recognizing the values of Gods kingdom. We seek to equip students for lives marked by academic success, spiritual vitality, physical and mental health, relational accountability, personal integrity, and meaningful service.

4 Love for God We will maintain a culture which encourages meaningful worship to God, obedience to His Word, and the regular practice of spiritual disciplines. Love for Neighbors We believe that next to love for God, the most important indicator of spiritual maturity is a love for those around us. We will let this spirit guide our interactions with students, and encourage them to do the same with their neighbors, both within the University family and in our surrounding community. Excellence in Effort We believe that all of our efforts should result in glory to God. Our commitment to excellence is twofold. First, we will seek to provide our programs and services in a manner that demonstrates excellence. Second, we will encourage students to glorify God by striving for excellence in all that they do. Integrity in Conduct Because we recognize the existence of absolute moral standards, the value of truth, and the importance of submission, we will hold ourselves and our students accountable to maintain high levels of personal integrity. We exist to help Cedarville University fulfill its mission to be a Christ-centered learning community by exhibiting the spirit of Jesus Christ and recognizing the values of Gods kingdom. We seek to equip students for lives marked by academic success, spiritual vitality, physical and mental health, relational accountability, personal integrity, and meaningful service.

5 Love for God We will maintain a culture which encourages meaningful worship to God, obedience to His Word, and the regular practice of spiritual disciplines. Love for Neighbors We believe that next to love for God, the most important indicator of spiritual maturity is a love for those around us. We will let this spirit guide our interactions with students, and encourage them to do the same with their neighbors, both within the University family and in our surrounding community. Excellence in Effort We believe that all of our efforts should result in glory to God. Our commitment to excellence is twofold. First, we will seek to provide our programs and services in a manner that demonstrates excellence. Second, we will encourage students to glorify God by striving for excellence in all that they do. Integrity in Conduct Because we recognize the existence of absolute moral standards, the value of truth, and the importance of submission, we will hold ourselves and our students accountable to maintain high levels of personal integrity. We exist to help Cedarville University fulfill its mission to be a Christ-centered learning community by exhibiting the spirit of Jesus Christ and recognizing the values of Gods kingdom. We seek to equip students for lives marked by academic success, spiritual vitality, physical and mental health, relational accountability, personal integrity, and meaningful service.

6 Redemptive discipline and balanced approach to standards. Encourage cultural engagement and critical thinking. Encourage academic success and character development.

7 The Deans Office/Residence Life Student Life ProgramsCareer ServicesCounseling Center University Medical Services

8 The Deans Office/Residence Life A spiritual commitment to aspire to be a Christ- Centered community.

9 Good Kid vs. Bad Kid Approach. Redemptive approach to discipline. Make it easy to get help. College years as a bridge to adulthood. The Deans Office/Residence Life

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13 Student Life ProgramsCareer ServicesCounseling Center University Medical Services Getting Started Concerts David Crowder Leeland Switchfoot Newsboys Third Day Audio Adrenalin Owl City Diversity Related Programming Civil Rights Bus Tour MLK Day Over 70 Student Organizations Focus Leadership Program Critical Concern Lecture Series Student Life Chapels Alcohol Biblical Basis for Diversity AIDS/Compassion Urban Ministry Eating Disorders

14 Chapel - September 8, 2011

15 Chapel – October 27, 2011

16 Chapel – Feb 21, 2012

17 October 20-22, 2011

18 Jim Wallis, Founder of Sojourners, Selected by Time Magazine as one of 50 Voices for Americas future. Richard Land, President of Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission for Southern Baptist Convention. Alejandro Mandes, Director for Hispanic Ministries for Evangelical Free Church. Jason L. Riley, Editorial Board of the Wall Street Journal. Eve Nunez, Founder and President of Alma Vision Hispanic Network and Vice President of National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference. Former Republican candidate for Arizona State Legislature. Galen Carey, Director for Governmental Affairs for the National Association of Evangelicals

19 National Association of Evangelicals Council for Christian Colleges and Universities Conservatives for Comprehensive Immigration Reform Esperanza National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference World Relief Immigrant Hope Regent University Ethics and religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention William J Hamel, President of Evangelical free Church Matthew Soerens and Jenny Hwang, authors of Welcoming the Stranger

20 The Deans Office/Residence Life Student Life ProgramsCareer ServicesCounseling Center University Medical Services Student Central Network Career Preparation Resources Choosing a major Resumes Cover letters Resumania Nights Fashion Emergency Career Link Days Career Direct Interest Inventory Assistance with Internships & Jobs

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22 The Deans Office/Residence Life Student Life ProgramsCareer ServicesCounseling Center University Medical Services Four Licensed Counselors Confidential Counseling from a Biblical Perspective Depression Eating Disorders Adjustment problems Anxiety Related Issues Close cooperation with University Medical professionals on Medical Issues Support Groups vary from year to year but typically include sexual abuse, eating disorders, and sexual addictions.

23 The Deans Office/Residence Life Student Life ProgramsCareer ServicesCounseling Center University Medical Services Full-Service Family Practice Type clinic. Staffed with four RNs & a Nurse Practitioner specifically trained in college health. Physicians provided by Wright State University College of Medicine Nations first college based EMS Squad Allergy Clinic Nutritional Counseling Mental Health related support Insurance Coordinator

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25 Survey of over 130,000 students at 288 colleges and Universities Top 5 in the nation in 41 out of 82 areas!

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29 Keep them safe & healthy. Introduce them to people who will remind them of Jesus. Give them a taste of heaven that will leave them wanting more. Increase their love for God and others. Give them the courage to follow Jesus, and give us the peace to let them.

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33 Intellectual and Interpersonal Competence Ability to Manage Emotions Autonomy/Less Dependent on Parents Clearer Sense of Who They Are Stronger and Deeper Relationships Clearer Vocational Direction Deeper Moral Commitments


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