Geneva Arms is a four-floor resident apartment building with a wing for male residents and a wing for female residents. Located on the west end of campus, Geneva Arms shares a parking lot with Young Hall. Each apartment houses four to six students and features a bathroom, kitchen and living room with a balcony. In addition, each apartment has wireless Internet access and air conditioning and there is one common lounge for each wing.
In the fall, Geneva Arms becomes a place where neighborhood children can enjoy a safe and sugary Halloween. Geneva students dress up, decorate the halls and stock up on candy to share with the trick-or-treaters.
Geneva Arms is overseen by a resident director (RD) and staffed with a discipleship coordinator (DC), health coordinator (HC) and one resident assistant (RA) per floor.
The psychology program meets the standards required by the American Psychological Association for graduate school entrance.