May@Geneva course offerings have been dramatically increased for 2016 and include online options! Refer to the schedule of courses for the complete list of May and summer offerings.
May@Geneva is an affordable and convenient summer session. All summer sessions are taught by Geneva professors and offerings include Core, Core Option, and some major courses.
|Day classes:||Tuesday, May 10-June 3|
|Evening classes:||Monday, May 9-June 29|
|Online Sessions:||May 9-July 1 and June 6–July 29|
Most May@Geneva classroom courses begin on May 10 and run through June 3, although Great Issues in Politics (POL 352) runs through June 29.
Online courses are eight weeks in length and do not require students to have a physical presence on campus. For all courses, be sure to check the course dates that are provided with the course listing in the schedule of classes.
Geneva students who want to take May@Geneva courses can register as early as the fall registration period (November 2015). Registration will continue until May 9, 2016. No additional application is required. Students may take a maximum of seven hours in any combination of one, three, and four-credit classes.
Current students may register for May@Geneva courses online until 4 p.m. May 9. After May 9, students must submit the paper registration form to the Registrar's Office.
Web registration is not available to new students or certification students. Students not using web registration must print the registration form and submit it to email@example.com or
3200 College Avenue
Beaver Falls PA 15010 or fax 724-847-6739
Transient students from other schools may register on the paper registration form when accompanied by signed approval from their home school.
Payment is due 10 days before the first day of class (See "Fees" on the general information link.)
$333 per credit hour
$250 per online course (in addition to the $333 per credit hour charge)
$95 (one-time, not per course)
Room & Board
Additional fees may apply for the EDU block.
For May@Geneva classroom courses beginning May 9 or 10 and ending June 3:
For POL 352 91 (Political Science 5/9 to 6/29):
For online courses that begin on May 9 and end on June 3, 2016:
For online courses that begin on June 6 and end on July 29:
Administrative Fee Refund:
Room and Board Refund:
Financial Aid for May Term is limited, and most students do not qualify for Federal Aid. If you wish to discuss your options and eligibility for May Term aid, please contact the Financial Aid Office.
Your regular semester housing status carries over to May term. If you are currently a commuter, your status does not change, although you are welcome to participate in all May activities. New room sign-ups for May term will be available on Monday, May 2 (Reading Day) in the designated summer residence hall. Prior to summer move over, you will be responsible for cleaning up and “checking out” with your RA on or before Saturday, May 7. On Monday, May 9 you will need to move from your current room to the apartment you are signed up to live in for May term, starting at 2:00 pm. If current residential students wish to switch to a commuting status for May@Geneva, all students are responsible for applying to commute. All policies still apply and can be found in the Student Handbook. Please submit the Commuter Form on myGeneva to start the process. Students may remain in campus housing after June 4. The charge will be $60 per week. Meal service is not guaranteed and will be priced according to availability.
If you are a May@Geneva resident, you will automatically be registered for housing and the meal plan. If you are a commuter, you may purchase lunch or dinner at the dining hall (walk-in rates apply). The May meal plan includes a continental breakfast (including an omelet station), lunch, and dinner, served Monday through Friday.
|Breakfast||8:00 am - 8:15 am|
|Lunch||12:15 pm - 12:45 pm|
|Dinner||4:45 pm - 5:00 pm|
Summer Drop/Add Form (PDF)