Geneva is more than an institution: it is a lifestyle. Professors are colleagues in learning that strive for students' personal best in education and in life. Fellow students are members of a tight-knit community who wish for each other's well-being. Of course, there are the jocks, geeks, computer nerds, video game junkies, preps, punks, religious dogmatists, and prima-donnas, but we all get along. We all help each other in classes and live together in the dorms. Geneva is an open community that flourishes on the good of man and comes together to support one another's failures.
Obviously there are the aspects of Geneva that few people like, such as the food, some aspects of the administration, the policies, and the parking, but overall, Geneva is a safe place to go for an opportunity to have the best four years of your life. The experience is what you make of it. If you get involved, continue traditions, start some of your own, join some clubs, and partake in the student activities—your experience will be a positive one. Geneva is for students looking for a spiritual influence.