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April 23, 2018

Stress-Free Tips for Exam Prep

Exams are right around the corner and preparation is the key to success!!

Everyday Living

April 19, 2018

College Student Grief Awareness Day: Tips for Juggling Grief with Student Life

As a college student, you are facing many things including grieving for a wide array of reasons. It is important that you give yourself the permission to take care of yourself.

Campus Life

April 16, 2018

Connections: Making New Friends at College

Although making new friends can seem daunting at first, with the help of a few tricks, it actually becomes a lot easier than it may seem. Here are some tips to help wash away your doubt and plant the flowering seeds of friendship.

Everyday Living

April 13, 2018

The Parable of the Talents: The Importance of Cultivating God's Blessings

Even seemingly small blessing can make a big difference when they are handled properly.

Program Spotlight

April 10, 2018

A Choir for Christ and Country

Geneva College was founded by people who loved to sing. They sang because they loved Christ and His Word. The particular mission of The Genevans to glorify God and minister to people through the gift of music shares in the college’s heritage.

Higher Education

April 9, 2018

Annual Dr. Byron I. Bitar Memorial Lecture in Philosophy

Geneva College’s Philosophy Program is pleased to present the 2018 Dr. Byron I. Bitar Memorial Lecturer, Christian philosopher, John F. Crosby on Monday, April 9 at 7 p.m. in Skye Lounge in the Student Center.

The College

April 5, 2018

Tuition Freedom Day

Geneva celebrates Tuition Freedom Day on the day in the academic year in which tuition stops paying for a student’s education, and support from donors takes over – making a Geneva education possible for the remainder of the year.

Biblical Wisdom

April 2, 2018

He who has a slack hand becomes poor...

A “slack hand” person works carelessly, sloppily, and, yes, a little deceitfully. Rather than striving to do excellent work, he regularly says, “Good enough.”

Career

March 28, 2018

How to Find the Perfect Summer Internship

With an increasing amount of high school students attending a university, obtaining real-world experience is becoming the determining factor of finding employment after graduation.

Campus Life

March 26, 2018

Jockeying for Your Place on Campus If You’re Not a Jock

We all want to find our place on our campuses, but we may struggle to get involved if we aren't as into sports as everyone else. Here is some insight on how you can still get plugged in!

Everyday Living

March 21, 2018

Don’t Be a Statistic — Protect Yourself from Seasonal Influenza

While reported influenza numbers have decreased, it is still important to ensure you are taking precautions to protect yourself.

Everyday Living

March 21, 2018

Spring Fever

So, as the snowflakes fall, we can, like Paul, be content in all things whether in plenty or want. But we can also embrace spring fever and look forward with great anticipation to the new life that is just around the corner.

College Preparation

March 19, 2018

Critical Questions to Ask College Coaches Before Joining a Sports Team

As a student decides to continue on in their sport of choice on a collegiate level, there are several necessary questions new athletes should ask their prospective new coach.

Higher Education

March 13, 2018

Academic Minors: The Little Brother of a College Education

Taking on a minor, or two, is one way to gain verifiable qualifications in an area that either complements your major or expands your skills beyond your major.

Higher Education

March 7, 2018

Do Nurses Need a BSN?

The U.S. government’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) lists registered nurse (RN) as a top growth occupation. There is a trend, however, that might make you take a second look at your plans to stop your nursing education at the RN level.

Campus Life

March 3, 2018

Unpredictable Weather: Be Prepared and Keep Your Chin Up!

The weather in Western Pennsylvania during a transition from season to season can be unpredictable, to say the least. It’s easy to complain about the weather, but how much better it is to prepare for it!

Continuing Education

February 26, 2018

6 Things You Need to Know About Obtaining an Advanced Degree

Making the decision to pursue an advanced degree is a big one! Here are six of the most common things to bear in mind as you consider earning a master’s degree.

Program Spotlight

February 21, 2018

Why Choosing a Counseling Program with CACREP Accreditation is So Important

The best way to set yourself up for a fulfilling, professional career in counseling is to enroll in a CACREP-accredited program.

Everyday Living

February 16, 2018

Go Forth and Witness in Fresh Ways on Innovation Day

So faith comes from hearing, that is, hearing the Good News about Christ. - Romans 10:17

Everyday Living

February 14, 2018

The Best Valentine’s Day Ever

Could this be the best Valentine’s ever? Finally, to know what it means to love. Love is what Valentine’s Day is all about anyway, right? Well, yes and no. Valentine’s Day is most certainly about love. Unfortunately, however, love is often highly misunderstood.