Geneva expands its range of early university courses
(BEAVER FALLS, Pa.) – Geneva College is announcing an expanded lineup of 21 fully online courses for the 2022 summer term in its Early College/Dual Enrollment program for high school students interested in earning college credit at a rate of tuition reduced by $198 per credit.
Students can choose from a wide range of STEM and liberal arts subjects, from essential biology to global religion and culture.
Courses are delivered asynchronously and include eight-week, three-credit, instructor-led courses with regular online assignments and 12-week, three- and four-credit courses that allow students to work at their own pace. Flexible options allow students and families to select a delivery method that fits into high school schedules and vacation plans.
The deadline to apply for the summer term is May 30, 2022. The College‘s first summer term will start on June 6, 2022 and end no later than August 27, 2022. More information and link to application online are available at geneva.edu/earlycollege or by contacting Crossroads, the Geneva Enriched Learning Center at [email protected].
Credits earned can be easily transferred to undergraduate work in Geneva or other accredited colleges and universities. Students active in the Early College Geneva program also enjoy guaranteed college admission as a freshman. In addition to the summer term, Geneva will offer expanded course lists for dual enrollment classes in the fall 2022 and spring 2023 semesters.
Geneva College is a Christ-centered college community that provides a comprehensive education to equip students for faithful and fruitful service to God and neighbor. Offering over 145 traditional majors and undergraduate programs, fully online adult degree programs, and in-demand graduate degrees, Geneva programs are known for their high quality and affordability. Geneva is the 6th best regional university in the North for the best value for money, according to US News and World Report. Adhering to the truth of Scripture, an education in Geneva is grounded in the Word of God as well as a core curriculum designed to professionally prepare students to think, write, and communicate well in today’s world. Geneva was founded and is governed by the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America (RPCNA) and is a founding member of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) and the International Association for Christian Education (IACE).