Geneva College

 

 

About the Library

Geneva College's Library is named in honor of Dr. Clarence Edward Macartney, an influential evangelical minister of the early twentieth century. Built in the collegiate Gothic style, the stone structure was erected in 1930 and enlarged in 1965.

Along with its main collection, which helps to support the curriculum of the College, the Library's holdings include several special collections, among them the Covenanter Collection, which is comprised of materials about the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America and its origins in Scotland; the Geneva Author Collection, a collection of the writings of the College's faculty, staff, alumni, and students; and a collection of Dr. Macartney's own books and memorabilia.

McCartney Library is a member of OCLC, the Online Computer Library Center, through which it has access to 50 million library holdings worldwide. The Library also participates in Access Pennsylvania, a computerized catalog and interlibrary sharing partnership of more than 2,100 libraries throughout the state, and is a member of the Keystone Library Network.

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Point of Excellence

Geneva provides the versatility for accounting students to meet all the requirements for the new CPA licensure exam either as part of their bachelor’s degree or their master’s degree.

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Upcoming Events
PUBLICATIONS
September issue of @Geneva
Read about the professors who received the Excellency in Teaching and Excellency in Scholarship awards.
COMMUNITY
Geneva to participate in Disability Mentoring Day
High school students will come to campus for hands-on programs and job shadowing opportunities.
FACULTY
Professor Richard Talbert joins Communication Department
The new member of Geneva's faculty shares his expertise in integrated media.
ARTS & CULTURE
The Geneva Reading Series continues in 2014
Literary talents will be showcased in McCartney Library on the evening of October 8.
COMMUNITY
Red Cross presents Geneva the College of the Year Award
The campus community was honored for its support of the Red Cross Blood Program.