Welcome to Lebanon Valley College.
Click on the LVC ovals and see our campus come to life in photos and videos highlighting our academic programs, student life, and facilities. Discover why LVC was listed #1 among all U.S. colleges and universities for “most likely to land a job” with a 96.185% job placement rate for 2018.
Our faculty, staff, and alumni are committed to your success and will empower you to achieve—and exceed—your goals. On a beautiful day, classes gather under the trees and students relax in one of our classic Adirondack chairs.
Home to our doctor of physical therapy, master of athletic training, and bachelor of exercise science programs, AHPP includes human performance and anatomy laboratories and innovative learning spaces.
Recording studios, teaching studios, individual practice rooms, and a music technology center are some of the facilities that students use starting their first year.
Here is where our science majors conduct research with faculty–sometimes as early as the summer before their first year. Many of our alumni who are now successful doctors and scientists have walked these halls.
A primary educational building and home to InterMetzo, a popular hangout spot. Actuarial science, education, psychology, and digital communications are just a few of the programs based here.
Nearly 600 students participate on one of our 26 athletics teams. Nearly half are recognized each year on the conference academic honor roll. Women’s lacrosse, men’s basketball, and women’s tennis have recently won championships.
An idyllic place for relaxing on a beautiful day, students mark their arrival on campus with a ceremony here during orientation. They often return during Commencement for senior photos. Look for our iconic Hot Dog Frank statue featured in the garden.
The first stop for many campus visitors, it is home to our Offices of Admission and Financial Aid. Attend one of our Open House events, or schedule your own visit at a time of your choice. We’d love to meet you.
A center of technology, collaboration, and academic engagement. A quiet place to read, study with friends, and grab a cup of coffee. The library also hosts campus speakers, honor society inductions, and other special events.
Students find resources and coaching at our Breen Center for Graduate Success, Office of Global Education, and our Writing & Tutoring Center.
One of the iconic buildings on campus, Miller Chapel hosts major events including our traditional Christmas at The Valley and Baccalaureate celebrations. The college’s community service and spiritual life offices are located here.