|Institution Type:||Private not-for-profit|
|Campus Setting:||Mid-size city|
|Highest Degree Offered:||Master's|
|Level of Institution:||Four or more years|
|School Colors:||Yellow and white|
Cedar Crest mission statement
The mission of Cedar Crest, an independent women's college, is to provide students with an excellent education that is grounded in the liberal arts and informed by humanistic values.
The curriculum is designed to enhance the development of critical thinking and leadership skills, creative abilities, social awareness and technological literacy. Committed to experiential and lifelong learning, the College’s curricular and co-curricular programs empower students to be ethical, engaged, and responsible members of their communities, to appreciate global diversity, and to provide stewardship for the environment. A Cedar Crest education prepares students for careers as well as professional and graduate studies.
A Cedar Crest graduate will:
Demonstrate the ability to engage in critical analysis and qualitative reasoning.
Demonstrate the ability to engage in scientific and quantitative reasoning.
Demonstrate technological competency and information literacy, including the ability to evaluate technological and informational
The students are very friendly and open. It was very easy to settle in as a freshman and feel at home. I am part of the Ballet company and have friends in the Modern, Jazz and Tap companies and all of us enjoy practicing and performing. The downside is that the dance department is loosing money so dance classes are being cut from the program quite rapidly.Read More
The campus is absolutely gorgeous. The faculty and students at Cedar crest are one of a kind. The faculty truly want to see you succeed an care about each individual student. The students here are very friendly and you make friends that will last forever.Read More