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About Geneva College
We offer eight campus locations throughout Pennsylvania, so you can find a neighboring campus convenient for you. Besides our on-site locations, we offer flexible online programs that allow you to learn without ever leaving the comfort of your home.
Our on-site locations include the following:
- Beaver Falls (main campus)
- East Liberty
Geneva's beautiful 55-acre campus is located approximately 35 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.
Residence halls are a big part of college life. You'll experience a sense of community and relationship-building as you get to know others living nearby. Whether you're making new friends or just hanging out with your old ones, you'll find Geneva is a place you'll love to call home.
Every residence hall is equipped with these features:
- Internet and Intranet connection
- Free laundry facilities
- Lounges with Cable TV
- 24-hour locked facilities for security
- Room furniture, including single beds, mattresses, desk, shelves, dresser and closets.
FEMALE RESIDENCE HALLS
McKee Hall is a three-floor female residence hall. Located in the center of campus, McKee residents are just a hop away from McCartney Library, Alexander Dining Hall and the Student Center. The hall features suite-style rooms, with two residence hall rooms connected by a shared bathroom. Network Internet access is available with two ports in each room. McKee also features a main lounge and common computer room on the first floor, a study nook on the third floor and a common kitchen on each floor.
McKee is known for its quiet, peaceful atmosphere, but that doesn't mean it′s not a fun place to live. Mamma McKee watches over the residents of the hall from her portrait over the fireplace in the first floor lounge. Floor activities vary each year but usually include trips to PISGAH, Geneva′s high ropes course, and the occasional game of Spork - a mysterious game of cat and mouse where no one can be trusted.
Clarke Hall is a three-floor female residence hall for freshmen. Located just one block from Alexander Dining Hall and next door to the sand volleyball court, Clarke is in the center of campus life. Each room houses two students and each floor is equipped with two common bathrooms. Wireless Internet access is available as well as e-mail terminals, a fully-equipped kitchen and two lounges.
Because Clarke is a freshmen residence hall, floor activities are designed to help new students adjust to college life and hit the ground running. Clarke is overseen by a resident director (RA) and a staff of student resident assistants (RAs) who are equipped to support and encourage students, as well as address any issues that might arise in a community living environment.
A favorite Clarke tradition is Winter Wonderland, in which residents compete in a floor-decorating contest to make the residence hall more festive for the Christmas season. Other hall activities vary from year to year and include everything from bus trips to Applebee′s to camping trips to making cards for soldiers overseas.
MALE RESIDENCE HALLS
Memorial Hall is a four-floor male residence hall located in the center of campus. Residents are just a hop away from McCartney Library, Alexander Dining Hall and the tennis courts. Each room houses two students and features network Internet access. The hall also has two common lounges, one on the first floor and one in the basement. Common bathrooms, computer rooms and kitchens are available on each floor.
Memorial is known for its pranks and traditions, including the tree of tennis shoes, basement concerts and the occasional trip to the G. The spring semester brings the Big Bad Big Wheel Rally, in which Memorial decks out a big wheel and competes against the other residence halls for a coveted trophy.
Pearce Hall is a four-floor male residence hall for freshmen students. Located on the north end of campus, Pearce Hall is right next door to Geneva′s tennis courts. Each room houses two students and there is one common bathroom per floor. Network Internet access with two ports is available in each room and a main lounge with recreational equipment is available on the ground floor.
Resident Assistants are available on each floor and floor activities are designed to help new students adjust to college life as well as to build community. A popular Pearce activity is playing Little Bat on the tennis courts, a derivative of baseball with small wooden bats and tennis balls.
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