Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Geneva College Coronavirus Information Center

Care for Our Community

This Geneva College COVID-19 Information Center is a hub for protocols and information in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Latest Updates

Move In FAQs for Returning Students New!

August 24, 2021

Get ready to return to campus

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On-Campus Graduate Student FAQs

August 16, 2021

Update information for on-campus graduate students in fall semester 2021.

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Updated Student FAQs

August 11, 2021

Read updated FAQs based on changing COVID-19 conditions in our community.

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COVID-19 Cases On Campus

Includes the Dates of 11/12/21 - 11/18/21


Active Confirmed CasesIncludes 3 new case

Page updated 11/19/21. This page will be updated every Friday.

*The total number of positive COVID-19 cases includes those who are isolating at home and not yet on campus.

Get The Information You Need

Geneva College is committed to the safety of our campus community. The following information portals offer specific information that will ensure that ensure the health and safety throughout the semester.


Faculty & Staff


We are putting our mission to work, pro Christo et patria, in the face of real difficulties. Loving our neighbors—locally and at a distance—makes health and safety concerns primary today. We are keenly aware and deeply grateful for the sacrifices you are making to stem the tide of the coronavirus (COVID-19)." Calvin L. Troup, PhD, President of Geneva College
President Calvin L. Troup

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Caring for our Community

As a college community, we find ourselves in a unique moment in history as we navigate the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Geneva College leadership, faculty and staff are committed to cultivating a living and learning community consistent with our mission to equip students for faithful and fruitful service to God and neighbor. But considering the current moment, we know that to do so requires a vigilant and unified effort.  

We follow guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control as well as state and local authorities in establishing preventive and responsive protocols. We assemble leading experts from across the country to be part of our COVID-19 Advisory Board. And our Campus Emergency Response Team (CERT) meets regularly to consider and develop a “playbook” to respond to situations as they develop, and pivot as needed. Together, we prioritize the health and safety of our campus community. 

This website is a guide to help our community know what we should be doing to mitigate the virus and care for ourselves and one another in the best ways possible.