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Geneva’s waiting list in the news

For the first time in its almost 160-year history, Geneva has created a waiting list for incoming students. The reason for the measure is that a self-imposed cap of 425 new students (including freshmen and transfer students) for the fall, 2007 semester was reached. The cap, based on both housing and class availability, meant an increase of more than 15% in new student enrollment at Geneva over the last year.

Geneva’s waiting list made news … and here’s a sampling of the coverage:

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Click on the news coverage above to watch.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

also picked up in:
National Association of Independent Colleges & Universities
University Business

Associated Press, as included in a number of different publications:
Centre Daily Times (Central Pa.)
PhillyBurbs.com
York Dispatch
Harrisburg’s WHP-TV
Examiner.com (Philadelphia)

Beaver County Times


 

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