Young Hall 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, Young Hall shares a parking lot with Geneva Arms. Each apartment houses three 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.
Young traditions include balcony decorating contests, brick painting in the basement lounge and snowball fights come winter. In the fall, Young 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.
Young is overseen by a resident director (RD) and staffed with a discipleship coordinator (DC), health coordinator (HC) and one resident assistant (RA) per floor.
Geneva's Communication Disorders students have attended graduate programs all over the U.S., at schools such as the University of Iowa, California State University - Fullerton, Gallaudet University and University of Pittsburgh.