May@Geneva course offerings have been dramatically increased for 2014! New options include key courses for the Core and certain majors, as well some great electives and travel courses. The full schedule of courses is listed here.
May@Geneva is an affordable and convenient summer session. All May@Geneva classes are taught by Geneva professors on a condensed schedule, and offerings include a number of Core, Core Option and Travel courses.
Geneva students who want to take May@Geneva courses can register as early as the fall registration period (November 2013). Registration will continue until May 12, 2014. No additional application is required.
Students may take a maximum of seven hours in any combination of one, three and four-credit classes.
Current students may register online until 4 p.m. May 12. After May 12, students must submit the paper registration form to the registrar's office.
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 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 2014 Financial Aid Form if applicable.
|May@Geneva 2013||May 12 - June 6|
|2||June 9 - July 11|
|3||July 14 - August 14|
|Evening||Check courses ending in '91' for exact dates|
|Tuition||$333 per credit hour|
|Room & Board||$395|
Financial Aid for May@Geneva is limited. Students interested in financial aid for the term should complete the Summer Financial Aid Form and return it to the Financial Aid Office (724-847-6530 or email@example.com). Students will then be contacted by a Financial Aid Counselor to discuss their options. Please note that summer refund checks will generally not be available until late June or early July.
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