Geneva College

 

 

“City to the Sea” retreat

Boardwalk_Ocean_City_NJ.jpg

Geneva College’s Center for Faith and Practice (CFP) is sponsoring “City to the Sea,” an all-campus retreat over Fall Break, Friday October 12 through Tuesday October 16. During the trip, students will explore the city of Philadelphia through choosing from different excursions: Amish Life, Art, Photography or History. The group will then travel to Ocean City, New Jersey, to spend time at the shore.

“Our goals for the retreat are simple—that students will return with great stories and come back feeling rested and rejuvenated,” said Samantha Bender, Graduate Assistant for the CFP.

The cost for the retreat is $115 per person, which covers transportation, food during the excursion and lodging. Students may register at the CFP office on the top floor of the Student Center. The registration deadline is Friday, October 5.

Geneva College is a comprehensive Christian college of the arts, sciences and professional studies. Founded in the tradition of the Reformed Christian faith, Geneva prepares students to serve Christ in all areas of society: work, family and the church. Geneva College’s philosophy of education is based on the Foundational Concepts of Christian Higher Education. Geneva is a founding member of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU).


 
 
Upcoming Events
CAMPUS EVENTS
Geneva College welcomes alumni, families and the community to Homecoming
Events are scheduled for Friday and Saturday, October 10-11.
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.