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January 8, 2018

How to Survive Your 1st Month of Study Abroad

I’m Abroad…Now What? You’ve overcome the initial hurdles of studying abroad and you might feel a little lost. How can you keep your feet on the ground and your head out of the clouds?

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August 7, 2017

7 Reasons Why You Should Study Abroad

If you are contemplating studying abroad but have a seed of doubt, this post is for you. From a student who has studied abroad, trust me, you will not regret it. Why not? Here are 7 reasons why you.

Study Abroad

June 20, 2017

Does Autumn in Paris Appeal? Study Abroad This Fall

Making the decision to attend a college or university is an exciting time in life! To take your collegiate experience a step further, why not make the world your classroom by studying abroad!

Campus Life Higher Education Study Abroad The College

November 2, 2016

Distinctive Learning at Geneva and Beyond

Geneva College has once again been recognized as a College of Distinction for 2016-2017 in the Overall, Pennsylvania and Christian College categories. Geneva provides “an innovative, engaged experience that prepares student for successful careers, active citizenship, and lifelong learning.” Let’s dig into this a little deeper...

Study Abroad

February 3, 2016

A Snapshot of Scotland: A Geneva Student’s Experiences Abroad

The Semester in Scotland Program through Geneva allows students to fulfill a 15-credit semester by taking a variety of classes in theology and history along with weekly excursions to famous historical, scenic and cultural sites. For Bethany, who was born and raised in Indiana, Scotland is a place where assumptions about life are brushed aside and a new perspective of Christ’s creation is born.

Study Abroad

January 11, 2016

There & Back Again: Adjusting to Home after a Semester Abroad

We were told that the adjustment to American life after studying overseas is a difficult and often overlooked part of travelling. What I found when I returned home, however, wasn’t a change in place; it was a change in heart.

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December 3, 2015

Five Ways America Changed While I Studied Abroad

TIn the spring of 2015, I had the opportunity to live in the great city of Rome for three months. While I was there, I explored a city more ancient than the history books could possibly explain. I traveled to the corners of Europe, with and without friends, with no expectation of ever coming back to America. And while I was doing this, I believed that I was still the same person I had always been. I remained the same, and America, my home, had changed. Here are five ways America changed while I was away.

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November 4, 2015

How to Make the Most of Studying Abroad

This is not a “Top 10” list of Western Europe destinations for study abroad students; nor is this a piece on how to fit 20 pounds of souvenirs into your checked bag for the flight home. For anyone who hopes to someday study abroad, this is for you so that you can make the most of your experience before you even leave American soil.

Study Abroad

October 6, 2015

Why, When Possible, You Should Travel – and Study! – Overseas

Traveling to a country outside of your own home can be a very beneficial and life-changing experience. There are a lot of benefits to traveling and studying overseas; here are just a few …

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September 10, 2015

Santo Stefano Rotondo: An Intriguing Church in Rome

The frescoes of Santo Stefano Rotondo offer viewers an important reminder of the cost of discipleship.