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Adult Students

March 22, 2017

Five Ways You Can Conserve Water on World Water Day

Many people in the world are not as fortunate to have constant clean water. Learn how you can help by conserving water on World Water Day.

Faith

March 20, 2017

The Meaning of Calling

You likely have heard the word “calling.” There are even whole classes devoted to the idea of calling and vocation here at Geneva College. While this is a commonly used word, there is often confusion about what it means. Let's clear that up.

College Preparation

March 17, 2017

College Preparation Cheat Sheet: Essential Steps for High School Students

Your high school career will be over before you know it. No matter where you are in school, it's important to keep your focus on what's next: college. The steps you take now could determine the course of your college career.

The College

March 15, 2017

Did You Know? Five Fun Facts about Geneva’s History

Here are five fun facts about Geneva’s history that will make you a Geneva trivia expert - and you may even stump your professor.

Campus Life

March 13, 2017

Do I really have to sleep in college?

Talking about sleep with college students tends to be one of those “But mom…” topics. Ask any college student and they will gladly give you an account of their sleeplessness, wearing it like a badge of honor. Somehow, not sleeping became cool.

Biblical Wisdom

March 9, 2017

6 Books To Add To Your List For Reading Awareness Month

During Reading Awareness Month, we challenge you to embark on a book-based adventure. Not sure what to read? Give one or more of these books of faith a try.

Uncategorized

March 7, 2017

One in Five: The Campaign to Change Mental Health

One in five adults experiences a mental health disorder in a year. Can you just imagine that every one out of five people you pass are experiencing a mental health disability? If this is the case, why are we not doing anything to help?

Biblical Wisdom

March 1, 2017

Proverbs 19:1 – Better is the poor man who walks in his integrity...

People err when they think wealth is the measure of a man. The question, “How much is he worth (meaning money)?” is way off the mark. A far better measure of a man is integrity: “better is the poor man who walks in his integrity.”

Campus Life

February 28, 2017

Top 5 Faith-Based Movies Streaming On Netflix Right Now

Spring Break is finally here, and you and your friends are hoping to relax with a film that simultaneously entertains and expands your faith. Christian-themed titles do exist on Netflix, so be sure to check out one of the following flicks the next time you host movie night.

Adult Students

February 27, 2017

Undecided? How Adult College Students Can Choose the Right Course of Study

If you know you want to attend a Christian college but struggle to choose a major, keep these considerations in mind.

Uncategorized

February 22, 2017

Job Fairs near You!

In just a few months we will have the opportunity to implement all that we learned through the school year at various jobs and internships. There is one vital component to making summer plans though… actually landing a job or internship.

Campus Life

February 20, 2017

5 Christian Education Myths That Need To Go

Christian universities offer an exceptional avenue to personal enlightenment and professional success. Here are a few of the most bothersome and undeserved myths about religious education.

Campus Life

February 17, 2017

5 Wonderful Ways to Serve the Community during Spring Break

Spring break is an opportunity to connect with your community and make a difference. We've compiled a list of local volunteer opportunities to serve God and your neighbor.

Graduate Studies

February 16, 2017

Why Should You Earn a MBA Degree?

MBA – three small letters that are chock full of opportunity. If you are trying to decide whether or not to further your education, let me shed some light on the decision making process. Graduates with Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degrees are in high demand.

Faith

February 14, 2017

Red Roses, Rocky Road, and Relationships

Valentine’s Day is my favorite holiday. I love everything about it—the color scheme, the heart-shaped decorations, bouquets of flowers, hand-written mail, and the clichéd feel of love in the air. But before you discard that statement as a lovey-dovey, flimsy exclamation from a 19-year-old girl, allow me to explain.

Graduate Studies

February 10, 2017

What Made George Washington Such a Great Leader

As we celebrate President’s Day this month, let's focus on a remarkable man and a great leader, George Washington. There are clear lessons to be learned from Washington’s leadership that apply to leaders today.

Uncategorized

February 8, 2017

Job Scamming

Many scam artists are targeting college students looking for jobs specifically because they know we lack resources to thoroughly research a company before communicating with them and so, many of us get caught in the trap. Here are some tips to avoid being the victim of job scamming.

Adult Students

February 6, 2017

What you need to know about SARA

SARA makes Geneva’s online courses more accessible to students who live outside of Pennsylvania. By joining SARA, Geneva College shows transparency and a willingness to meet a standard of excellence in online education.

Uncategorized

February 3, 2017

Tips for Keeping a Healthy Heart

February is American Heart Month, so it's a great time to talk about keeping a healthy heart? Heart health is very important for people of all ages, and should not be taken lightly. Here are some simple tips to taken care of the ol' ticker.

Biblical Wisdom

February 1, 2017

A Man Who Isolates Himself...

The loner is someone who purposely holds himself aloof. Everyone else is unworthy! “People are fools.” Every proud loner needs to come to his senses, seek human companionship, and learn to listen to advice.