Geneva’s fiscal year ('14-'15) runs from June 1 to May 31—thanks for your ongoing support!
The Geneva Fund is a key source of funding which impacts virtually every area of life at the college. Because gifts to the Geneva Fund are unrestricted, each donation can immediately be put to use where it is needed most:
At Geneva, our students are well-rounded individuals who enjoy academic, recreational, and service activities outside of the classroom. Career development, campus clubs, athletic facilities, study abroad, and internship opportunities all receive support from the Geneva Fund. Giving a gift ensures the continuation of these activities.
For Geneva to remain a leading Christian college, outstanding faculty must be attracted and retained. Our faculty provides students with a superb classroom experience, but they go beyond academics by also praying and sharing life lessons with students—a priceless quality. Your gifts provide funds to secure faculty salaries and programs to develop our students, and allow us to provide a 13:1 student-to-faculty ratio.
Approximately 95% of Geneva's student body receives some form of financial aid to offset the ever-increasing costs of education. With over 30 traditional undergraduate programs and 40 study-abroad programs, all from a solid, Christ-centered perspective, students desire an education from Geneva. Your gifts make crucial scholarship funds available for students who need them most.
While strolling to class, students are able to enjoy the beauty of God's creation, thanks to landscaping and building projects—like the Beyond the Bend campaign that helped unify campus grounds by re-routing a major road. Once students reach the classroom, they are greeted with technology and equipment that consistently needs upgrading to provide the most beneficial and up-to-date learning experience for students. Your generosity makes this possible.
Geneva must be prepared to expect the unexpected. Your gifts enable Geneva's administrative leaders to thoughtfully fund imperative projects, emergencies, or unforeseen student needs as they arise.