Lebanon Valley College

  • Lebanon Valley College is a private, coeducational college founded in 1866 and dedicated to the liberal arts. 
  • The College offers 36 undergraduate majors plus self-designed majors and a range of minors, concentrations, and pre-professional options, as well as graduate degree programs in athletic training, business administration, music education, physical therapy, and science education.
  • Today the College has 1,573 full-time undergraduate students, 110 part-time undergraduates, 218 graduate students, and 106 full-time faculties. We feel more like a large welcoming family than an impersonal institution.
  • Out of 34 colleges and academies founded by the United Brethren in Christ Church, Lebanon Valley was one of four to survive.
  • Today, the campus consists of 40 buildings, including the recently renovated Lynch Memorial Hall, the Vernon and Doris Bishop Library, a new 1,650-seat gymnasium, and the Heilman Center for physical therapy.
  • A small number of upperclassmen are allowed to live off-campus, and a significant portion of the student body is commuter students as well. Undergraduate enrollment is now over 1,765 students.
  • Lebanon Valley College is a member of NCAA Division III, competing in the MAC Commonwealth Conference.

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