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LVC Alumni, Parents, Employees, and Friends Exceed The Valley Fund Fundraising Goal in 2012-13
07.16.13 |

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Thanks to the contributions of more than 4,150 alumni, parents, employees, and friends of Lebanon Valley College, the College has exceeded the Valley Fund goal of $900,000 for the fiscal year ending on June 30. This philanthropic support is critical to the College and will help to provide many additional high impact experiences for LVC students.

Through the generosity of the LVC community, students have opportunities to learn from excellent faculty, experience the culture of another country through study abroad, and collaborate with faculty and classmates on research initiatives. Our students are able to make our campus and community a better place through service, make lifelong friendships, join a club or organization that sparks a passion, and thrive as young men and women.

“My LVC experience has been enriched by gifts to the Valley Fund,” said Emily Coughlan ’14, an art & art history major from Lebanon. “I have called upon many LVC alumni as a phonathon caller and have been able to talk with them about the opportunities I have had here. My education was made more affordable as a scholarship recipient, and I will be supported with aid when I study abroad in London this fall.”

Coughlan is a dean’s list student and has presented as part of Inquiry, LVC’s celebration of student research and achievement, and at the Central Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Art History Symposium earlier this year at Susquehanna University. She took advantage of many academic opportunities and challenged herself with a heavy course load. As a result, she will graduate a semester early – a feat that might not have been possible without the generosity of the many who support the LVC experience for all current students.

The College is celebrating every supporter of the 2012–13 Valley Fund, and looking forward to sharing “New Beginnings and Time-Honored Traditions” in 2013–14. Alumni, staff, parents, and Lebanon Valley College friends will establish new and innovative ways of supporting students and recognizing the long-standing legacies of some of LVC’s most impactful and donor-sponsored efforts.

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