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History[ edit ] Cedarville College was chartered in by the New Light Reformed Presbyterian Church; at the time, the surrounding township was largely Presbyterian. The first classes were held inthough the college did not officially open until David McKinney was the college's first president. Wilbert McChesney served as president from to Walter Smith Kilpatrick replaced McChesney, serving from to He is the only alumnus of the college to serve as president, having Findlay oilers womens soccer with honors.
He joined Cedarville College in as finance director and business manager. As president, he guided the college through enrollment challenges and the difficult years of World War II. Miller was appointed president in During his tenure, the college merged with the Baptist Bible Institute of Cleveland.
Following the unanimous vote of both boards of trustees, the transfer of property occurred April 4, Miller's tenure as president ended in Inthe Baptist Bible Institute of Cleveland, Ohio relocated to Cedarville's campus and transitioned into management of Cedarville College through a merger arrangement with the college's Presbyterian board of trustees, who each resigned in turn.
Webster represented Cedarville at national and state conferences of the Regular Baptist Churches to promote the college. College enrollment increased during Jeremiah's tenure, reaching more than 1, by the mids. Dixon became eighth president of Cedarville College in Dixon expressed a strong desire for students to take part in the Great Commission.
Cedarville attained university status in and programs of study grew to more thanincluding graduate degrees.
Brown, began in Under his leadership, the university developed new online programs and launched the Pharm. The campus expanded to include the Center for Biblical and Theological Studies and Health Sciences Center and renovated 14 residence halls.
The university enjoyed high faculty morale and excellent student satisfaction survey results.
Yet, mid-way through his tenure, President Brown experienced controversies regarding the lack of collegiality among Bible professors and the allegiance to the school's doctrinal statement, leading to the terminations of some professors, most notably, David Hoffeditz  and Michael Pahl .
As a result of ongoing problems, President Brown announced his resignation in October In JanuaryInside Higher Ed characterized the university as being in the midst of an "ongoing, tangled doctrinal controversy.
Under White's leadership, the university has completed an extensive renovation of the Jeremiah Chapel, built new science laboratories, established two additional graduate programs, and founded the Center for Biblical Apologetics and Public Christianity.
In Decembertwenty-year Cedarville professor Joy Fagan resigned, saying she did not fit the changing policies, including the new restriction of only female students allowed in the Bible classes taught by female professors.
Jean Fisher, Associate Professor of Christian Education,  who taught male and female students in the department under Pres. Although egalitarian faculty existed, they were no longer welcome.
White also said he was eliminating layers of leadership so that the presidential cabinet would have direct authority over the university. They later changed the policy title to the "Biblically Consistent Curriculum BCC Policy," after two veteran Bible professors objected to the erroneous interpretation of Philippians 4: The policy still exists today and tightly regulates the literature, art, films, media, etc.
Elements of the school's heritage remain on today's campus in the form of one original building:Oct 19, · Kendra Stauffer notched a pair of goals as GVSU dominated Findlay, Allendale, Mich. - Not even the top two scorers in the GLIAC could find a way to solve the Grand Valley State women's soccer.
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Mar 07, · ORLANDO, Fla. – The Lee University women's tennis team finished a perfect Spring Break trip with a win over University of Findlay Thursday afternoon at the Fort Gatlin Tennis Center. The Lady Flames improved to , while the Oilers dropped to Jan 23, · Laina Snyder led the Ashland Women’s Basketball win over Findlay on Thursday night Jan.
22, scoring 18 points while pulling down 10 rebounds in a win. Another former Lady Knight, Rachelle Morrison, scored 13 points in the win for the Eagles who are now on the season. Hiland alum McKenzie Miller dished out [ ]. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Midwest Region Crossover Tournament happens once a year and is a crossover between the GMAC, GLVC, and GLIAC.
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