Grants and Scholarships

First-Year Academic Scholarships 

Awarded to first-year students incoming for 2024-2025 academic year

Pro Christo Scholarship (cumulative high school gpa 3.90 or higher AND 1200 SAT or 25 ACT or 78 CLT) $80,000 ($20,000 per year)
Founder’s Scholarship (cumulative high school gpa 4.00 to 3.70)  $70,000 ($17,500 per year)
Alumni Scholarship (cumulative high school gpa 3.69 to 3.30)  $60,000 ($15,000 per year)
Northwood Award (cumulative high school gpa 3.29 to 2.80)  $54,000 ($13,500 per year)

Transfer Academic Scholarships 

Awarded to transfer students incoming for 2024-2025 academic year 

Dean’s Scholarship (cumulative transfer gpa 3.50 or higher)  $60,000 ($15,000 per year) 
Tower Scholarship (cumulative transfer gpa 3.00 to 3.49)  $50,000 ($12,500 per year) 
Fern Cliff Award (cumulative transfer gpa 2.50 to 2.99)  $36,000 ($9,000 per year) 

Servant Leadership Grant

Awarded to incoming, first-year and transfer students for 2024-2025 academic year based on the following tiers...


One of the following:

  • Beaver county resident
  • Neighboring county
  • Neighboring state
  • Christian/homeschool
  • Geneva Early College
  • Church Partnership


One of the following:

  • Beaver county resident
  • Neighboring county
  • Neighboring state
  • Christian/homeschool
  • Geneva Early College


One of the following:


One of the following:

  • Or, three or more affiliations from $1,500 and $2,500 tiers

Additional Geneva Aid

Learn more about the many different scholarships, awards and grants available for Traditional Undergraduate students.

The Geneva Grant

The Geneva Grant is a need-based grant determined by financial need reported on the FAFSA. The amount varies dependent on financial need. This award is subject to change year to year and the amount varies. The FAFSA is required for consideration of this grant. 

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General Information 

  • Geneva reserves the right to revise our awards if substantial private scholarships and funds are received after your financial aid eligibility is determined. A reduction of loans and work study will be reduced first. 
  • Eligibility for academic and non-need-based awards are determined at time of admissions. 
  • Eligibility for Geneva aid is up to 4 years (8 full-time semesters)  
  • Students must be enrolled full-time (12 or more credits) 
  • Geneva aid is awarded in fall and spring semesters of the academic year. Awards are split equally between semesters. 
  • Updated high school transcripts may be received until June 1 prior to incoming enrollment in order to increase scholarship level. 
  • Terms and conditions must be accepted on the Financial Aid Portal (link) each year for disbursement. 
  • Students must meet minimum GPA requirements and maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress for renewal. Geneva aid will be reviewed after completion of the sophomore year and reduced to the next level if GPA requirements are not met. We do not round GPA up or down for renewal. 
  • Academic Scholarships require a 3.0 cumulative GPA 
  • Academic Awards require a 2.0 cumulative GPA 
  • All other Geneva awards require a 2.0 cumulative GPA 
  • Students enrolled in the Business Scholars 3+1 or Cyber Security 3+1 programs will receive eligible Geneva aid for the fall and spring semesters of the 3 undergraduate years. During year 4, students will be billed and awarded at the graduate student level and therefore not eligible for grants or scholarships.