Most Beautiful Christian College and University Campuses in the World
Geneva College Beaver Falls Pennsylvania
Geneva College s campus offers students plenty of outdoor beauty, set alongside elegant architecture that dates back to the 19th century. The liberal arts college which was established in 1848 but relocated to Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania in 1880 is the sole undergraduate facility in the U.S. allied with the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America. At only 55 acres, Geneva College s campus may be small, but it contains enough attractive, historic structures to please the eye. Old Main, the college s grand, gray sandstone centerpiece, was designed by Pennsylvanian architect James P. Bailey. Finished in 1881, this building currently houses classrooms and the school s administration offices. Another striking campus feature is the Collegiate Gothic style McCartney Library, which was completed in 1931 and is known for its stained glass windows and conspicuous bell tower.