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January 22, 2018

Meeting the High Demand for Skilled Nurses: Geneva's New 4-Year Program

With an increasing need for skilled nurses, Geneva has answered the call and encourage you to do the same.

Higher Education

January 20, 2018

A Message to Juniors: Well done – keep going!

Are college juniors the least talked about and celebrated class of college students? We juniors have the least defined identity of all college students. Three thoughts have helped me manage through junior year, and I hope they help you, as well, fellow junior.


January 18, 2018

Faith Unashamed: How to Keep Your Convictions Strong In Difficult Circumstances

In the world today, many messages contradict our beliefs. We must take a stance and live unashamed despite what the world shows us.

Study Abroad

January 8, 2018

How to Survive Your 1st Month of Study Abroad

I’m Abroad…Now What? You’ve overcome the initial hurdles of studying abroad and you might feel a little lost. How can you keep your feet on the ground and your head out of the clouds?

The College

January 5, 2018

Distinguished Geneva Alumni Honored

Along with the lifetime services and resources available to alumni, each year Geneva College recognizes a few of them for their distinguished service.

Biblical Wisdom

January 3, 2018

He who is often rebuked, and hardens his neck...

Wise people learn from others, from father and mother, teachers, friends, police, or even enemies. They listen to advice, they watch and observe, and they learn from books, such as Proverbs. Then there are people who refuse to learn.


December 22, 2017

7 Ways to Spread Joy Over Christmas Break

The holiday is here. After you catch up on sleep and binge watch all the shows you've missed, take an opportunity to serve others this holiday!

Everyday Living

December 20, 2017

Ditch the Resolution Laundry List; Commit to One Meaningful Change

With the new year fastly approaching many are preparing a laundry list of changes that typically never happen past January. This year we encourage you to take a different approach.

Everyday Living

December 18, 2017

Christmas Contentment

The holiday season is a wonderful time of year filled with lots of fun, warm fuzzy feelings, family, food, and festivities. Celebrating the birth of Jesus is a happy and joyful occasion that is worth looking forward to every year. However, it’s not always a blissful and calm season.

Everyday Living

December 15, 2017

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year! Or Is It?

What's described as the most wonderful time of the year is not a shared sentiment for everyone. Discover ways to combat the holiday sadness and grief.

Everyday Living

December 13, 2017

Reflections: Walking into New Beginnings in 2018

With the New Year approaching, we as the body of Christ, have a beautiful opportunity to reflect in preparation for where our ministry will go in 2018.

Higher Education

December 11, 2017

Geneva Engineering Students See Water Filtration in Action

Engineering students' tour of F.B. Xylem Leopold's water filtration will help engineering students confidently enter the workforce and help guide them in completing engineering capstone projects that seniors need to graduate.

Campus Life

December 7, 2017

A New Ingredient in Geneva Food Service

The campus food service at Geneva College is now in the very skilled hands of new Head Chef Tom Schlotter of Pioneer Catering. Schlotter has more than 30 years’ experience in restaurant and campus food service, but he brings a new perspective to food preparation and presentation that will benefit all students, faculty and staff at the college.

Biblical Wisdom

December 1, 2017

The wicked flee when no one pursues...

Really? The wicked flee, and righteous people are bold as lions? Many Psalms lament the success of the wicked. Bullies often rule school playgrounds. Bad guys win their share of wars. So how is this proverb true?

Graduate Studies

November 30, 2017

The Caring Place – Childhood Grief Awareness Day

The event at The Caring Place taught us future counselors a lot about how children grieve. Each child needs reassurance as they continue to experience the spiral of grief.

Adult Students

November 27, 2017

Considering a Spring Enrollment? Four Questions to Ponder Before You Commit

With the increasing number of non-traditional students, it is important to consider several things before making the decision to enroll.

Everyday Living

November 24, 2017

Shop 'til You Drop

Instead of experiencing an extra measure of peace and joy at Christmastime, people are feeling anxiety and pressure to spend their money on gifts. And most people don’t want to feel this way.

Campus Life

November 20, 2017

10 Ways to Give Thanks if You Can't Get Home for Thanksgiving

Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God's will for you in Jesus Christ. 1 Thessalonians 5:18

Campus Life

November 17, 2017

Reading Others: Are You Building Up or Tearing Down?

Don’t judge a book by its cover. Applying this metaphoric advice means resisting what is easy. It is easy to judge, single out others’ imperfections and tear people down. All of us are at risk for giving in to this ugly urge of judging others in an unkind, ungodly way.


November 15, 2017

Unlimited Career Opportunities with a Computer Information Systems Degree from Geneva

If you have a passion for computers, programming or software design, Geneva's new computer information systems degree will get prepare you for the exciting career that awaits you!