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Summer Sessions 2013

DATES FOR 2013 SUMMER SESSIONS:

(Some dates vary. Check Summer Courses for exact dates.)

Session Dates
May@Geneva 2013 May 13- June 7
Session II June 10 - July 12
Session III July 15 – August 15
Evening Check courses ending in 91 for exact dates


Current students may register online until 4 p.m. May 14. After May 14, students must submit the paper registration form to the registrar's office.

Available Undergraduate 2013 Summer Courses:

 

Web registration is not available to new students or certification students. Students not using web registration must print the registration form and submit it to: Registrar's Office, Geneva College, 3200 College Ave, Beaver Falls PA 15010 or fax 724-847-6739.

Transient students (visitors) from other schools may register on the paper registration form when accompanied by signed approval from their home school (form).

Payment is due 10 days before the first day of class (See "Fees" on the general information link.) Please complete the Summer 2013 Financial Aid Form if applicable.



 

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