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2009 Commencement

Join us for Commencement 2009 at Geneva College!

Graduate and Adult Education Commencement:
Thursday, May 14 – 7:30 p.m.
Speaker: Dr. Ralph Phillips
The ceremony will be held in Metheny Fieldhouse. There will be a reception following the ceremony in Merriman Gym. 


Senior Brunch:
Friday, May 15 – 9:30 a.m.
All graduates and their families are invited to attend the senior brunch in Alexander Dining Hall. It is hosted by the Office of Alumni relations.
Seniors: no charge
Guests: $7/person; Children 10 and under $3.
Reservations are required by May 6 and may be made online by clicking here, by calling 724-847-6520 or by emailing events@geneva.edu.


Baccalaureate:
Friday, May 15 – 7:30 p.m.
Speaker: Dr. Jonathan Watt
The ceremony will be held in Metheny Fieldhouse.


Undergraduate Commencement:
Saturday, May 16 – 10:00 a.m.
Speaker: Joy (Morgan '68) Jewell
The ceremony will be held outside in the newly renovated Reeves Stadium, weather permitting. However, if the ceremony must be moved indoors, a ticket will be required to enter Metheny Fieldhouse. Limited overflow seating will be provided for guests without tickets in Northwood Hall (NW 013) where there will be a live video and audio feed of the ceremony. The College has created a Commencement Hotline which will have a recorded message of the latest available information about the location of the ceremony, as well as any other late developing information. The Commencement Hotline number is 724-847-6100. Program your cell phone now. There will be an outdoor reception following the ceremony on campus around Old Main.



 

Point of Excellence

Geneva’s Adult Degree Completion Program (ADCP) offers two fully online majors—Christian Ministry Leadership and Human Resources.

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MBA program to host Open House
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