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The College

January 15, 2019

Geneva Core Values: Honor One Another

As the college nurse, her responsibility is to take care of the body.  That includes wounds, colds, flus, broken bones, infections, chronic health conditions and much more. However, she says she never sees the students, treats them and lets them go without finding out more about them. She decided early on to look at each student as the unique, individual person of God that he or she is.

Campus Life

January 11, 2019

Jump In: Start Your Semester Off Right

The new semester begins. For some of you it may be your last college semester ever. For others, it is your first. No matter – we all need to jump in to the routine now, and here are the three most important things you can do to get a great start – and they are aimed at mind, body and soul.


January 9, 2019

The Promise

With the promises of God as a model of authenticity and commitment, Geneva is happy to be a Preferred College Partner of The Pittsburgh Promise. This program promotes high educational aspirations among urban youth, funds scholarships for college, and fuels a prepared and diverse workforce in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania region.

College Admissions

January 7, 2019

Hottest Majors in 2019

So, what’s the big deal about a major? And how do you get one? Choosing a major IS a big decision. But it is not the end-all, be-all of existence either. There is so much more to life than just your major, so remember that in the process. Start with research... here are some of the hottest majors in 2019 and beyond.

The College

January 5, 2019

The Car with the Rumble Seat

At the close of my first year at seminary, I decided that I needed a car for transportation. Money was scarce, but in some way I had accumulated $35. I began visiting used car lots, but everything was above my price range. Finally I did find car—a 1928 Ford Coupe. It was a robin’s egg blue and had a rumble seat.

Biblical Wisdom

January 2, 2019

Proverbs 19:4 -- Wealth makes many friends...

Men’s love of one another is so weak that if someone falls into poverty, whether through business failure or illness, even old friends find reasons not to contact him. Who wants to hear tales of woe? Who wants to see needs he should help alleviate? Not many!

Everyday Living

December 21, 2018

Making Resolutions That Stick in the New Year

As January approaches we suggest you shift your mindset heading into the New Year!


December 17, 2018

The Stigma Around Mental Illness for Christians

“My challenge to the Church is that we might move beyond the whispering, the silence, the shame and the stigma. Instead, let us understand and show others that Jesus came seeking, saving and serving the lost and broken people around Him. We honor Christ when we join in His mission by doing the same.” - Dr. Ed Stetzer

Campus Life

December 12, 2018

Finishing the Race

One day we’re gonna look back and wonder how our college years flew by so fast, so make the most of these final weeks of a semester. And remember that no matter what your final grade is, your identity is not found in your class-room performance, but in Christ.

The College

December 7, 2018

Geneva Core Values: Pursue Godly Wisdom

Dr. K strenuously preserved the life of the mind. And that energetic life does not end in her mind—she put flesh and bone onto ideas, and a beautiful body it made. She handled things reverently, noticing God in the works we read, the prayer requests we offered, the papers we turned in.

Program Spotlight

December 5, 2018

What Can You Do With a Communication Degree?

Studying communication at Geneva equips you to work in almost any business or field, as the program seeks to transform you as a whole person: mind, body, and spirit. Equipped with both practical and theoretical wisdom, Geneva communication graduates can pursue their callings in any number of professions.

Biblical Wisdom

December 3, 2018

Proverbs 18:4 – The words of a man’s mouth are deep waters...

As deep waters hide what lurks beneath them, a person’s words may hide his thoughts as well as reveal them. Jesus uniquely knew what people were thinking deep within, and while we do not, Solomon warns us that there are depths beneath another’s words that we can’t see.

Everyday Living

November 27, 2018

The Double-Edged Sword of Social Media

More than 4 billion people use the internet, but are there adverse effects and consequences for heavy social media use?

Everyday Living

November 21, 2018

Give Thanks in All Circumstances

Thanksgiving may mean many different things to many different people. In light of this, how does Geneva College make sense of the holiday? First, we recognize the historical significance of Thanksgiving and what this holiday means for us as a country, and then ask ourselves what we are thankful for today in light of God’s continued grace upon us.

The College

November 19, 2018

Geneva Core Values: Engage Culture Faithfully

Rev. Dr. Richard Wingfield felt God’s call in the 1970s but tried to ignore it. Now, 36 years later, Rev. Wingfield is senior pastor of Unity Baptist Church in Braddock, PA, after studying at the Center for Urban Biblical Ministry (CUBM), Geneva’s partner in engaging urban culture through education and credentialing of church ministers and lay leaders.

Program Spotlight

November 15, 2018

Busting Some Special Education Myths

We believe teaching special needs childer is as much a calling as it is an occupation.

The College

November 12, 2018

Honoring Veterans of the Armed Forces

Geneva seeks to honor our veterans through faithful living and working alongside our fellow neighbors and reflecting on their service and sacrifice of those who have served or are serving in the armed forces. The college invites veterans seeking a college education to learn more about Christ-centered education at Geneva College.

Program Spotlight

November 9, 2018

The Pacific Ocean Is a Dump, Geneva and the Au Sable Institute Can Help

God calls his people to take care of the earth, but this Great Pacific Garbage Patch of micro plastic particles shows one way the world is failing to fulfill this call. Geneva College and The Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies partner to help teach students how to better fulfill the calling to take care of the Earth and its inhabitants.

Everyday Living

November 7, 2018

Chilling Out on Stress Awareness Day

In this life we will all inevitably experience stress. Here are some tips to appropriately manage your stress.

Higher Education

November 5, 2018

Thinking of Changing Your Major?

If you are thinking of changing your major, don’t let your worries get the better of you. Here are sevent tips to help you through the decision process.