The university is currently expanding its Callan Athletic Center, which will house the developing physician assistant program and a new Master of Athletic Training program. Construction on the Scharnberg Business Center, located between the Stevens Student Center and Dixon Ministry Center near Cedar Lake, is tentatively scheduled to begin this fall, or as soon as funding is finalized.
Of the rest, $15 million would go towards scholarships, $10 million for improving student life, including scholarships for domestic and international mission trips, and $7.5 million for planned gifts.
The announcement comes after a late-year fundraising push. In the final months of 2021, Cedarville received a $2 million commitment from an anonymous donor, a $1 million contribution from The Schiewetz Foundation in Dayton and more than $700,000 during the annual Giving Tuesday in November. Since the campaign launched in October, more than 2,500 members of the Cedarville community have supported the campaign through 37,094 financial gifts, some as high as $12 million.