If you’re a high school student searching for a high-quality, Christ-centered education to prepare you for your life’s work, Geneva College could be right for you. Geneva offers students an academically rigorous liberal arts education in a superb learning environment.
Geneva, which was founded on strong Christian principles, is a place where you can make lifelong friendships with fellow students who share your values. You can develop meaningful relationships with professors who care about your academic, personal, and spiritual growth.
Preparation for your life’s work
As a liberal arts college with a vocational focus, Geneva prepares students to excel in today’s world. Geneva alumni serve as doctors, engineers, teachers, airline pilots, missionaries, church and community leaders, elected officials, business owners, and in many other roles requiring intellectual agility and practical wisdom.
Geneva offers over 145 undergraduate majors and programs. Our ABET-accredited Engineering program was ranked among the “Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs” in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, and 100% of our Engineering students are working or in graduate school six months after graduation. Over 80% of Geneva graduates who apply to medical school are accepted.
A Geneva education is grounded inthe truth of God’s Word in every aspect of student life—academics, athletics, and activities. Every one of our experienced and accomplished professors is a committed Christian who challenges students to be all that God created them to be. Our low student-faculty ratio means more personal attention and guidance in all areas of your life.
A valued private education
Geneva College is a sound investment for families who must make decisions with real budgets and long-term commitments in mind. Geneva shares a focus on value with families and strives to keep the cost of a private Christian college education within reach in several ways.
First, Geneva offers many students significant scholarships based on their high school academic performance. Second, Geneva helps high school students lower costs by reducing the credits necessary to complete a degree through programs like Early College. Third, the College community welcomes student workers who can reduce their expenses directly through their earnings.
Geneva was ranked a 2019 top three “Best Value Regional University” by U.S. News & World Report and placed in Kiplinger’s 2019 top 100 list of national “Private Universities of Value.”
There’s a lot going on at Geneva. We offer high-level athletic training and competition with 18 NCAA Division III varsity sports for men and women.We also offer extensive intramural and club sports that connect athletic and non-athletic students with opportunities to enhance physical fitness, character development, and leadership. Examples include flag football, indoor and sand volleyball, rugby, dodgeball, and Ping-Pong.
Organized music ensembles include The Genevans choir, Marching Band, Symphonic Band, and more. There are theater productions and Film Fest, groups such as Spanish Club and Dagohir, and professional organizations for Accounting, Engineering, Criminal Justice, and more. Geneva has 40+ student organizations and coordinates 200+ student programs and activities each year.
Geneva’s beautiful 55-acre campus in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, is about 35 miles northwest of Pittsburgh and just miles from Ohio. The campus allows students great access, as it is within minutes of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, I-376, and I-79 and sits just 25 miles from the Pittsburgh International Airport.
“The classes were very challenging. Because of the smaller classes, however, I learned more quickly and thoroughly. And everything I learned I am using today in my career.”
— Tiffany, graduate