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Rendering of the renovated Jeremiah Chapel

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Rendering of the renovated Jeremiah Chapel

Abstract

Cedarville University’s Board of Trustees approved two projects totaling $4 million at its regularly scheduled meeting on campus September 30-October 1. The Board also approved the hiring of nine faculty members.

The largest project approved by Trustees is the $3 million renovation to the Jeremiah Chapel, originally built in the Dixon Ministry Center in 1996. Since its construction, it has been the centerpiece of campus. But now, with enrollment around 3,700 students, having more space and better technology is essential.

Publication Date

10-5-2015

Keywords

Cedarville, Cedarville University, trustees, projects, Jeremiah chapel, renovation, Chapel Campaign, operations center, new faculty


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