Alex, I grieve for the pain Cedarville is causing you. Cedarville's policies strike me as not only spiritually abusive but rather cult like in the depth to which they have attempted to control your life.
I hope you knew that others like soulforce were with you in our spirit and hearts even though it appears you did not receive a reply before your meeting with the dean.
As a gay survivor of a couple of evangelical schools (Westmont College and Fuller Seminary), I know that you have lost a lot through this process. I hope you can realize that this is not the end, however. The community's message that "it gets better" is true, but it also is survivable now.
There are scholarships available related to being gay
and Bipolar/Schizo disorders.
There are schools out there where you can be accepted and loved as the furry gay man that you are. Most likely, these schools will actually give you a better chance of getting the job you want than Cedarville ever could have (one of the things they don't tell prospective Christian college students is that a degree from a Christian college, even a top flight one, isn't going to provide the networking that leads to most jobs. Most people you encounter will never have heard of Cedarville, and so a degree from there would start you at a disadvantage in landing a job anyway.)
It is my hope and prayer that you will be able to look back at this as your chance to get out of a really horribly toxic environment, so that you can begin to live your life rather than the life that this small sect of the Baptist church and your parents have planned for you. I do not mean to minimize how much things likely suck for you right now, but there IS a way through this, and you don't have to be alone in walking that journey.
May you find the strength to continue this journey, knowing that we are here for you,
Rev. Darren McDonald