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Geneva Tuition Promise

Geneva Tuition Promise The Geneva Tuition Promise will ensure that quality Christian higher education is within reach for every Pennsylvania family.
Made To Learn

The Geneva Tuition Promise ensures that all eligible Pennsylvania traditional undergraduate students from families earning less than $70,000 annually will pay no tuition at Geneva College starting with the incoming class in the fall of 2024.

The Promise of a Geneva Education

Geneva's academically excellent Christian education is now more affordable.

The outcomes of a Geneva College education are clear – our graduates serve as faithful and fruitful leaders across the globe as judges, teachers, engineers, community leaders, analysts, and more. Within 6 months of graduating, over 93% of our graduates are employed or in graduate school. As part of Geneva’s ministry of education, we are taking steps that allow all Pennsylvania families to benefit from the exceptional outcomes of a Geneva education.

Requirements for Eligibility

All students who meet the criteria below will receive our Tuition Promise:

  • Incoming first-year student who resides in the state of Pennsylvania
  • Application for admission submitted by March 1
  • Household income under $70,000 annually
  • Eligible to receive any amount of Pell Grant
Dr. Calvin L. Troup
Geneva College has a long history of producing outstanding Pennsylvania graduates who are leaders in our communities locally, regionally, and internationally. The Geneva Tuition Promise invites students from all over Pennsylvania to consider studying at Geneva College where they will be prepared for lives of fruitful and faithful service to God and neighbor." Calvin L. Troup '83, PhD, President

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Our commitment to you is to provide the highest quality, Christ-centered education at a remarkably affordable price.

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What is the Federal Pell Grant?

Federal Pell Grants usually are awarded only to undergraduate students who display exceptional financial need and have not earned a bachelor's, graduate, or professional degree.

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FAQ

Are students who take a gap year eligible?
Are commuter students considered for Tuition Promise?
What if I just moved to PA in the past year?
What if my family income changes in the future?
What if my family income has changed since the reporting year on FAFSA?
May I use loan eligibility and other outside aid toward fees, food, and housing expenses?
How does this impact my Veteran Education and Training Benefits?
How is the family income of $70,000 determined?
Are transfer students eligible?

Conditions for Implementation

The following conditions are also considered for Tuition Promise eligibility:

  • Consideration for new incoming freshmen starting Fall 2024 in the Traditional Undergraduate program
  • Firm deadline of a completed application for Admission and completion of FAFSA by March 1
  • Family income of $70,000 or under as reported on the FAFSA
  • Available for those who are Pell eligible and have residency in Pennsylvania as outlined in the PA State Grant law and policy
  • 100% of full time flat-rate tuition is covered through federal, state, and Geneva scholarships and grants
  • 8 semesters (excluding summer) max for eligibility
  • Must maintain satisfactory academic progress for renewal
  • Renewal in subsequent years must meet all eligible requirements
  • 3+1 programs will be eligible for only the fall and spring semesters of their 3 undergraduate years
  • Private scholarships, loans, and non-federal or non-state grants may be able to be applied to other charges beyond tuition unless otherwise specified with the organization providing aid
Geneva Tuition Promise

The 2023-2024 academic year marks the 175th anniversary of Geneva College. As an academic community that seeks to serve Christ in all that we do we are thankful that through the Geneva Tuition Promise we can extend our education to many more in the years to come.

You were Made for This!

Complete your free online application to Geneva College and complete your FAFSA to determine if you are eligible to receive the Geneva Tuition Promise.

The Geneva Tuition Promise

In addition to the Geneva Tuition Promise for new students starting in the fall of 2024, Geneva College is also renewing its financial aid model continuing to keep a Geneva education affordable for all students – starting in the fall of 2024 the highest achieving academic students can receive up to $20,000 annually and $80,000 over four years towards the completion of their Geneva degree. In addition, we are making a continued investment in students from Christian schools, out-of-state, or partner churches.

The 2023-2024 academic year marks the 175th anniversary of Geneva College. As an academic community that seeks to serve Christ in all that we do we are thankful that through the Geneva Tuition Promise we can extend our education to many more in the years to come.

Determine eligibility by completing your FAFSA

Students are required to complete a FAFSA for each school year in which you want to be considered for federal student aid. This process will determine if the applicant is Pell eligible. Completing the FAFSA form has never been easier.

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Tuition Promise

Learn more about our Tuition Promise and we can help determine your eligibility.

Have questions? Call us at 1-800-847-8255.

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