&Introducing=Geneva College is a private, four-year comprehensive Christian college of the arts, sciences and professional studies. Geneva College opened its doors in 1848 in the town of Northwood, Ohio. The campus moved to Beaver Falls in 1880. Geneva's motto is "Pro Christo et Patria," For Christ and Country. Geneva College is one of the founding members of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU), an association of 105 colleges in the U.S. &Athletics=Formerly the Covies, the Golden Tornadoes were re-named in the 1960s after a tornado that once took off the roof of Old Main. There were no injuries from that first tornado! Team colors: Gold and White. Cal Hubbard, a 1927 Geneva grad, is the only athlete ever to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the Pro Baseball Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame. Geneva's football team plays at Reeves Field, where former NFL quarterback Joe Namath played his high school games. Reeves Field recently went through major renovations, including new bleachers, press box, entrance, concession stands, restrooms and artificial playing surface. Geneva College is a member of NCAA Division III, the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) and the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC). &Faith=Geneva College was founded by the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America (RPCNA). Geneva was named after Geneva, Switzerland, which was the center of the 16th century Reformed Christian faith movement. The campus ministries office helps students live out their faith through service, discipleship and missions. Every year, Geneva offers spring break mission trips to domestic and international locations such as New Orleans, New York, Guatemala, Michigan, Mississippi and Costa Rica. &Academics=Since 1923, Geneva College has been accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Geneva College has nearly 90 full-time faculty members, approximately 75%25 of whom have earned their doctorates. Student-to-faculty ratio: 13:1 The majors with the highest enrollment are as follows: Elementary Education, Business, Engineering, Student Ministry, Biology, Psychology. Geneva offers master's degrees in Business Administration (MBA), Counseling, Higher Education, Organizational Leadership, Special Education and Reading. &Life=Geneva's Office of Student Programs and Leadership organizes concerts, trips and dozens of on-campus events throughout the year. The student newspaper, The Cabinet, has been delivering campus news to students since 1878. Geneva's Pisgah outdoor adventure program operates a multi-element ropes course where students can learn in a non-traditional, wilderness environment. Geneva College supports more than 30 clubs and organizations, each with its own unique mission and set of purposes. &Residence=Geneva's first residence hall was built in the late 1880s. "The Dormitory" provided housing for women and a place for students to eat their meals. Seniors who have lived in Memorial Hall for all four years throw a pair of shoes into the Memorial Tree before graduation. Resident Assistants are available on each floor and floor activities are designed to help new students adjust to college life as well as to build community. A popular activity in Pearce Hall is playing Little Bat on the tennis courts. Little Bat is a derivative of baseball with small wooden bats and tennis balls. &Western=Geneva College's 55-acre campus is located in Beaver Falls, Pa., a vital part of the county and a pleasant place to live and work. Nearby locations of interest include Buttermilk Falls, Beaver Valley Mall, Walmart, Target and other retail establishments and restaurants. The Beaver Falls Coffee %26 Tea Co. is an alumni-owned coffee shop and cafe right across the street from Geneva?s campus. Located just 35 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, Geneva College provides many opportunities for students to experience a diverse city with an abundance of cultural and entertainment opportunities. A few Pittsburgh attractions include: Pittsburgh Steelers, Pirates and Penguins, The Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta and other festivals, museums such as the Carnegie Museum of Art and Heinz History Center, Pittsburgh Zoo, PPG Aquarium, concerts and theater productions in venues such as Heinz Hall, the Benedum Center for Performing Arts and the Byham Theater. &Career=Career development offers Geneva Job Link, an online job and internship resource that you can access even after you graduate. The 'Backpack to Briefcase' program helps students make the transition from college to the workplace. Internships are one of the most important educational experiences available to you, and career development will help you connect with local businesses and organizations. Career Development offers resume, cover letter and interviewing services to help prepare students for their job search. More than 50%25 of Geneva seniors typically have jobs or are admitted to grad school before they graduate. 97%25 of Geneva students are either working or in grad school within six months after graduation. &Off=Geneva has a campus in Rome! Taught by Geneva faculty, this program allows you to make Rome your classroom as you study the foundations of art, history, philosophy and more. Geneva offers study-abroad programs and student-teaching opportunities on every continent. Want to experiences other locations and countries but can?t spend a full semester abroad? Participate in a two-week trip with one of Geneva's integrated travel courses. The Crossroads Office provides information and guidance concerning study-abroad programs, assists students in the application process, their preparation before leaving campus, and their return to campus. &Alumni=There are 25,754 living alumni of Geneva College. Geneva College grads go on to pursue graduate schools or employment opportunities all over the world. Every alumni member has a different story, but one theme recurs time after time: a deep-rooted foundation of faith, learning and relationships built at Geneva College and having lifelong impact. Pulitzer Prize winning poet William DeWitt (W.D.) Snodgrass attended Geneva College.