Geneva was founded by the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America (RPCNA) in Northwood, Ohio in 1848. The college moved to Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania in 1880.
A Geneva education is rigorous, Christ-centered, and comprehensive. We integrate the truth of God’s word in the Holy Bible into all of our academic curriculum, which are designed to prepare students vocationally to think, write and communicate in today’s world.
The majors with the highest enrollment are (1) Engineering, (2) Business, (3) Elementary and Special Education, (4) Biology, (5) Computer Science.
Expert faculty will develop your ability to think, work, and perform at the highest levels as you prepare to faithfully impact the world in your career, community, church, and family.
On average, 93% of Geneva graduates are working or are in grad school within six months of graduating.
Geneva’s 55-acre campus of classic architecture is situated in the city of Beaver Falls, perched on a hilltop with picturesque views of the Beaver River.
Geneva's McCartney Library, named in honor of evangelist Dr. Clarence Edward Macartney (sic), serves over 3,155 people each year with 167,206 volumes, 879 periodicals and 198,624 units of micro texts and instructional media.
Health Services is open daily for virtual appointments. Health Services CANNOT see any walk in appointments.
servicing the health needs of the Geneva College students
The Geneva College Pittsburgh Campus offers one-on-one mentoring from instructors who support and empower students to achieve success. The classroom cohort model provides face-to-face interaction with a diverse group of students pursuing similar goals, and an environment where previous experience is celebrated and shared.
Geneva College's Clubs and Organizations offer a variety of opportunities to get plugged in on campus. Whether you enjoy the arts, playing sports, or joining an accredited chapter of an academic club, there's something for everyone! Below you will find a list of the current, active clubs & student organizations on campus.
Since 1923, Geneva College has been accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
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