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f you’re a college student looking for a better fit or planning to con- tinue your studies after completing a two-year program, Geneva College may be right for you. Geneva offers an academically rigorous and Christ- centered education in a superb learn- ing environment.


Founded on strong Christian prin- ciples, Geneva is a place where you can make lifelong friendships with fellow students who share your values. You can also develop meaningful re- lationships with professors who care about your academic, personal, and spiritual growth.


Transferability


Geneva College is transfer friendly. Students can transfer an unlimited number of credits from both two-year and four-year colleges. Evaluation of


courses is done quickly, and we’re happy to advise you on your future path at Geneva. We also provide academic grants and scholarships just for transfer students. If you have a college GPA of 3.5 or higher, you’re eligible for the Dean’s Scholarship of $15,000 per year. A GPA between 3.0–3.49 earns $12,500 a year with the Tower Scholarship. And a GPA of at least 2.5 qualifies you for a Ferncliffe Grant of $9,000 per year. Each award is renew- able when you maintain the required GPA at Geneva.


Preparation for your life’s work Geneva fosters academic strength and prepares students to work in all aspects of their lives. As a liberal arts college with a vocational focus, Geneva will prepare you to excel in today’s world.


“ I share the same values that Geneva holds. This is a community where I’m welcomed and appreciated. My voice matters when I raise my hand in class or just talk to a professor as I walk across campus. It’s been an amazing experience.”


— EMMANUEL BRAVO ’24, COMMUNICATION; VETERAN AND TRANSFER STUDENT transfer.collegexpress.com n 2021 70 @CollegeXpress


Geneva alumni serve as doctors, en- gineers, teachers, airline pilots, mis- sionaries, church and community leaders, elected officials, business owners, and in many other roles that require intellectual agility and prac- tical wisdom. Geneva offers more than 145 un- dergraduate majors and programs. Our ABET-accredited Engineering pro- gram is ranked among the top 100 “Best Undergraduate Engineering Pro- grams” in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, and 100% of our Engi- neering students are working or in graduate school just six months after graduation. What’s more, over 80%


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