Geneva College


Department of Education 

Geneva seeks to prepare well-qualified Christian teachers for careers in both public and Christian schools. Teachers have great impact on the social, personal, and intellectual development of individuals.

We believe that Christians are called to develop their passion to teach individuals in a variety of educational settings. Distinctive to Geneva, our students develop a perspective on “teaching redemptively” in the classrooms.

Megan Keul - CEAI Award Winner

Megan Keul has been selected by The Christian Educators scholarship committee as the 2017 recipient of the CEAI Ray and Joanne Thiesen Scholarship for Educators. Megan was selected because she possesses the faith, the heart, and the calling to be an effective missionary to our public schools.

Education Majors

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Program Distinctives

  • Integration of faith in teaching philosophy and practice
  • Program accredited by the state of Pennsylvania
  • Reciprocity for course work among all 50 states for graduates in education
  • Experiential learning in the schools available as early as freshman year
  • Tutoring opportunities on campus
  • Extensive field experience in local classrooms
  • Opportunities to student teach abroad
  • Minor in Reading Methods for PK-4 Early Childhood/PK-8 Special Education majors
  • Full time faculty all have doctorates in education as well as classroom experience
  • First time pass rates on certification exams: 83% in 2015, 88% in 2016 and 91% in 2017.


The mission of the Education Department is to prepare competent professional teachers committed to excellence and integrity in: teaching, identifying and analyzing educational issues from a Christian perspective, responding to student needs, continuing professional development and collaborating with colleagues, parents and community members.

Department Contact:

Office: McKee Hall, lower level
Phone: 724-847-6535