Geneva College



International Students - Academics and Financial Aid


At Geneva College we hold our academic programs in very high esteem, and believe that the value of a liberal arts education goes far beyond the technical. We hope that our academic vision and commitment to excellence will be able to meet all your needs. 76% of our faculty hold doctoral degrees, and class sizes are much smaller than average, giving each student more personal attention and enabling the professors to build relationships with their pupils. We hope the information on this page, some of which we have provided in different languages, gives you a clear view of Geneva College's commitment to quality academics.

Information is also available on financial aid options for international students. We know that it is a significant undertaking to travel to another country for education, and so want to help you with the cost however we can.

List of Majors

General Academic Information

Financial Aid Information

Though we are anxious to serve the educational needs of international students, scholarship funds for them are severely limited. Our international student grants and scholarships range from $3,000 to $12,000 per year and are awarded to the student based on admission criteria. No additional scholarship application is necessary.

These scholarships however, do not cover all of the tuition, room, board and miscellaneous expenses for one year. Some music grants are also available. We do not assist in the securing of students’ financial sponsors. His or her family supports most of the international students enrolled at Geneva.

Canadian citizens: please fill out the financial aid application.


Point of Excellence

The Department of Business offers a sport management major designed to prepare students for positions in administration, leadership, coaching and event management.

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