Geneva College

 
New Student Forms

As you prepare for your transition to Geneva College, there are a few steps and several forms that you will need to complete and submit to Geneva College to ensure your transition is a smooth one. Forms must be completed by all incoming students whether they intend to live on or off campus.

Be sure to note specific instructions regarding the health forms. In order for them to be considered valid, they must be completed correctly and by the appropriate physician.


Health Forms

Completion of pages 1, 2, 3, 4 and 7 by the student is a mandatory requirement for matriculation to Geneva College. The examining Physician is to complete and sign pages 5 and 6 (Physician's Health Evaluation and Immunization Record), review pages 2, 3 and 4 and sign page 4 (Medical History Report). Attention Student Athletes:  All students should visit this site and complete all the required forms http://www.geneva.edu/page/athletics_sports_medicine.

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FERPA Disclosure

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Disclosure Form is a form that grants permission for Geneva College to share upon request or upon the discretion of Geneva College, educational record information with the parents with whom students make their permanent residence. Please review form for additional information.

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Student Information

The Student Information Form is given to the Public Relations department and only the information in bold type will be used for publicity purposes.

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Housing & Roommate Preference

This form is designed to give insight in roommate placement. Room assignments cannot be made or finalized until the Candidate Reply Form is completed and received with your deposit.
Learn more about the student housing placement process.

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Meal Plan Selection - Freshmen

Resident Freshmen will be required to choose one meal plan option. Three options with different levels of flexibility are available for resident freshmen. If a resident student does not designate a choice of meal plan in writing, a 21 meal plan option will be automatically assigned. This form is for New Students Only! Current students must make all meal plan changes directly through the Residence Life office.

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Meal Plan Selection - Upperclassmen

All resident students at Geneva College are required to have a meal plan. If a resident student does not designate a choice of meal plan in writing, a 21 meal plan option will be automatically assigned. This form is for New Students Only! Current students must make all meal plan changes directly through the Residence Life office.

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PISGAH Program Release Form

New students will engage in low challenge course activities that focus on teamwork, communication and bonding. In order to participate, the insurance provider of Geneva College requires that the following informed consent release be signed.

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Our Town Waiver

Students will participate in community service projects as part of their Learning & Transition course called Our Town. Students are required to fill out the waiver prior to attendance.

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Candidate's Reply Form

All members if the Geneva College student body are asked to complete the Candidate's Reply Form and return it with their tuition and room deposit. Students are asked to read and agree to abide by the Community Agreement printed on the back of the candidate's Reply Form.

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Math Proficiency Challenge Exam

Math proficiency is determined by SAT or ACT score. Proficiency is demonstrated by a math SAT score of 470 or above, or a math ACT score of 19 or above. Students entering Geneva College without math proficiency may take the math proficiency challenge exam during Summer Preview or Orientation. The fee for the math proficiency challenge exam is $25 and is to be paid at the door on the day of the exam.

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Reading Assessment

Students admitted to Geneva College on probationary status are required to take the Reading Improvement I course to strengthen reading and study skills. Students entering in the fall may, however, test out of this course by successfully passing the Nelson-Deny Reading Test offered during Orientation.

Spanish Assessment

Students interested in taking the second level of Spanish (SPA 102) or higher should take the Spanish Assessment during Orientation.


http://www.geneva.edu/object/new_student_forms.html

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