Please use the links on this page to access the college catalog. The top link is the current catalog. The catalog was first published on-line in 2006-2007. Previous versions, which were published every two years, are available in print in the library and the registrar’s office.
The provisions of the catalog become effective with the opening of the summer session that precedes the traditional fall and spring semesters. In order to graduate, students must meet the graduation requirements in the catalog in effect at the time that they entered Geneva, provided that they complete their work within seven years. Adjustments will be made on an individual basis for completion of courses no longer offered. Students who are still at Geneva beyond seven years from first enrollment are subject to the requirements of the most current published catalog. The college will consider exceptions to these catalog requirements on a case-by-case basis.
The college catalog is designed to communicate clearly the information needed by students, faculty, and prospective students.
The provisions of the catalog should not be regarded as a contract between any student and the college. Course content and regulation are constantly being reviewed and revised. The college reserves the right to withdraw or amend the content of any courses listed if circumstances necessitate such changes.
The psychology program meets the standards required by the American Psychological Association for graduate school entrance.