For Christ and Country
If you’re a high school student searching for a high-quality, Christ-centered education on your way to a career in the sciences or engineering, Geneva College could be right for you. Geneva offers students an academically rigorous education with a vocational focus that prepares graduates for successful careers in Biology, Chemistry, Cybersecurity, Engineering, Nursing, and other STEM fields. We're a small Christian college where you’ll prepare for your life’s work while making lifelong friendships with fellow students who share your values and your desire to make an impact on the world through science and engineering. You’ll also work closely with professors who care about your academic, personal, and spiritual growth.
Preparation for your life’s work
With a vocational focus and emphasis on discovering God’s calling, Geneva prepares students in over 145 majors and programs. Geneva alumni serve as doctors, engineers, teachers, airline pilots, missionaries, church and community leaders, elected officials, and in many other roles that require intellectual agility and practical wisdom. Geneva helps its graduates find job opportunities through deep connections with local organizations and alumni networks.
Our ABET-accredited Engineering program celebrated its 100th anniversary in the 2020–2021 academic year, and U.S. News & World Report ranks it in the top 100 among the “Best Undergraduate Engineering” programs for colleges without a doctoral program. Geneva is unique in its focus on ethical practices in STEM from a Christian worldview. Required courses include "Christian Ethics and Engineering" and, in Cybersecurity, "Ethical Hacking." And Geneva engineers always find work in the field, with 100% of students working or in graduate school within six months of graduation.
Graduates from our Applied Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Cybersecurity, Nursing, and other programs enter their careers ready to contribute—75% of Geneva students complete an internship, research, or some type of applied learning activity during their undergraduate studies.