Lebanon Valley College holds various open houses and information sessions for prospective students to get to know The Valley

Why Choose LVC?

You'll be transformed through your study of traditional disciplines and innovative programs that will prepare you to move from one opportunity to the next, no matter what comes next.

You'll work side-by-side with faculty on research and creative projects, through which you'll gain hands-on experience, expand your skills, and deepen your knowledge.

You'll have a meaningful first-year experience that will ease the transition to college and connect you with the campus community.

It's affordable. Lebanon Valley College is ranked #2 in the Best Value Colleges, Regional Universities (North), U.S. News and World Report 2017 rankings, and 99 percent of our students receive financial aid.

You'll be able to serve your community. The College has been named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for three consecutive years.

You'll become adept at thinking critically, writing well, and working and communicating across cultures and differences–all skills you'll need to succeed in the 21st century.

You'll be happy and safe. Our campus in Annville, Pa. is one of the safest in the country, and our campus community is personal, closely-knit, and supportive.

The Financial Aid Staff at LVC assists students with the cost of attending college

Financial Aid & Scholarships

Approximately 97 percent of students receive grant or scholarship aid from LVC. Generous academic scholarships are awarded to students whose high school records demonstrate a commitment to challenge and achievement. Need-based financial aid is available to students who qualify, in the form of grants, loans, and work-study programs. On-campus jobs are open to all students.

LVC at a Glance


of incoming class receiving grant or scholarship aid from LVC

Tuition & Financial Aid
LVC students partake in a rafting trip during a Study Abroad experience in New Zealand


LVC provides 12 different full-semester study abroad programs in countries like New Zealand, Dominican Republic, & more.

Study Abroad


Average grant & scholarship package for incoming class

Applying for Scholarships
Students meet with faculty to discuss their ideas


Choose from 36 rigorous majors, plus self-designed majors, and a range of minors, concentrations, & pre-professional options.



Our low student-to faculty ratio of 11:1 and average class size of 20 enables personal interactions and a custom education that transforms lives.

About LVC

LVC Admission Events



Prospective students learn about campus at Day at The Valley
MLK Day Visit

The day is designed for high school sophomores, juniors, non-admitted seniors and transfers, and seniors and transfers who have been accepted and want to explore Lebanon Valley College further. This is…

All Admission Events