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Program Spotlight

February 20, 2020

Making a Career Out of the Study of Life

Biology—the study of life—explores a wide range of topics. From the smallest microorganisms to the enormous blue whale, from plant life to insects to animals to humans, biology investigates every aspect of life on this planet. If you love science and the study of living things intrigues you, then a biology degree may be the ideal choice for you.

College Preparation

February 18, 2020

Why You Should Go To a College Open House

An open house is an opportunity, more than anything else, to realistically see yourself at a college before deciding if that’s where you want to spend the next four years of your life. You get to meet your future professors, future classmates, and possibly even your future friends!

College Admissions

February 13, 2020

Five Famous Geneva Alumni

The point of this blog is to mention REAL Geneva College attendees who accomplished some very interesting and noteworthy things during their life after Geneva.

College Preparation

February 8, 2020

The Value of Dual Enrollment Programs

Families are turning to dual enrollment programs as a way to mitigate the cost of higher education in the United States. At the same time, colleges and universities are promoting the programs as a way to attract students to their undergraduate programs. For families, the growing trend toward early enrollment offers significant positive benefits, but there can be pitfalls.


February 6, 2020

For KING and COUNTRY Facedown Fear with Faith

It is often difficult to be thankful when faced with adversity. Luke Smallbone, one of the brothers in the award-winning, Contemporary Christian music duo, For KING and COUNTRY, chose to never lose faith. “I’ve never been so thankful in my life,” he says.

Biblical Wisdom

February 4, 2020

Proverbs 10:26 - Like vinegar to the teeth and smoke to the eyes...

Many of Solomon’s proverbs describe lazy people because there are a lot of lazy people. Lazy people ruin their own lives, disrupt their family’s lives, and disturb their employer’s peace of mind. Like vinegar that sets teeth on edge, and smoke that irritates one’s eyes, so is the sluggard to anyone who uses him to do even a simple task.


January 31, 2020

How to Use Your Enneagram to Be a Better Student

What is the enneagram test? It is a test to assess your social psychology based on how you learned to adapt to your early childhood environment. Using your type description, strengths, weaknesses and tendencies, you can learn more about yourself and begin to understand how to be a better student.

Everyday Living

January 27, 2020

The Magic Formula for Dealing with SUD

Supporting individuals with SUD in fulfilling their own visions of a successful life is my passion. I am presently doing my Geneva College practicum/internship at a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility. I see how drugs and alcohol have caused serious health problems, financial struggles, imprisonment, damaged relationships, and even death.

Campus Life

January 24, 2020

Guide to Fun in Beaver County

Whether looking forward to attending Geneva College next fall or coming to visit the campus throughout the rest of the winter or in the spring, you may be wondering what there is to do in the Beaver Falls and Beaver County area. Look no further.

Campus Life

January 23, 2020

Five tips for getting along with your roommates

You may or may not have chosen them, but you can learn to live peacefully with roommates... and learn and grow personally in the process. Here's how.

Everyday Living

January 20, 2020

Taking the High Road

Martin Luther King, Jr., a Baptist minister and social activist, was a prominent leader of the civil rights movement in the U.S. from the mid-1950s until his death by assassination in 1968. Due to his dynamic leadership of the Civil Rights movement and his steadfast commitment to the achievement of racial justice through nonviolent means, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964.

Program Spotlight

January 15, 2020

Prepare to Make History—Be One of the First to Graduate with a BSN at Geneva

Geneva College has always worked hard to equip its students for faithful and fruitful service to God and neighbor. But, up until recently, Geneva has not been able to offer students a degree program in nursing. Fortunately, however, through a partnership agreement with the Community College of Beaver County (CCBC), nursing students can earn the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Geneva while also obtaining an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) from CCBC.

Campus Life

January 7, 2020

Student Ministry Students Vie for Coveted Silver Ladle

For at least a decade, the Student Ministry Department of Geneva College has hosted a Soup Cook-Off in the Old Main lobby for the entire Geneva community to enjoy.  This year, the theme was “Holidays,” and nine teams competed for the coveted Silver Ladle trophy.

Campus Life

January 2, 2020

Establishing Healthy, Productive Routines

A new year is a great time to establish healthy, productive routines. A well-oiled routine can help clear the way for those late-night, impromptu adventures you might have. My best advice is to have a practice - a way to create balance and calm - based on what you have going on and when you work best. Here are a few guidelines to get started.

College Admissions

December 30, 2019

When to Apply For College: Key Considerations to Keep in Mind As You Seek a Spot at Your Top School

Today's aspiring college students are especially thrown off by timelines which vary dramatically from one school to the next. Differing deadlines may impact how and when students visit schools, seek recommendations and, ultimately, send in their applications. Read on for valuable clarification to make the process a little less confusing.

Campus Life

December 18, 2019

Marching into a Music Scholarship

The Department of Music at Geneva College has many options for those who want to use their God-given musical talents now and in the future as a career. If that’s you, and you’re interested in learning more about Geneva’s scholarship opportunities, keep reading.


December 16, 2019

What Does It Mean to Go to a Christian College?

College is more than just a place to continue your education after high school. The time you spend at college will change and shape you in ways you could never imagine.

Financial Aid

December 13, 2019

Top 5 Financial Aid Myths Debunked

There's enough "fake news" out there already. Don’t fall for these myths you have have heard about federal student aid and the application process.

Program Spotlight

December 11, 2019

Visit to a Caring Place

There is a place for caring for families suffering grief, The Highmark Caring Place. Students in Geneva College's Master's in Counseling program regularly visit The Caring Place to learn about the work being done there.