Read about LVC's record incoming freshman class, The Valley's scholarship and financial aid options, and chances for students to discover Lebanon Valley College during fall visit opportunities.
Construction work is underway for the College’s $20 million state-of-the-art Arnold Health Professions Pavilion. Scheduled to open in 2018, the building will provide flexible classroom space, observation rooms acoustically treated for sound, human performance and gross anatomy labs, flexible faculty office space to increase collaboration with students, and new technologies that enhance teaching for students in our athletic training, communication sciences & disorders/speech-language pathology, exercise science, and physical therapy programs. The building is named in honor of Jeanne Donlevy Arnold H’08 and Edward H. Arnold H’87, who propelled the project forward with a $10 million challenge gift.
Due to the impressive success of the Digital Communications Program, a new parallel major—Interaction and Experience Design (I.Ex.D.)—was added for this fall and a new department—Design, Media, and Technology—was created to house both majors. I.Ex.D. is an emerging field and LVC will have one of the first programs of this type in the country. The I.Ex.D. major focuses on using design and technology to create smart objects and wearables or design live events. The curriculum will ground students in the areas of design, digital media, programming and electronics, human-centered design methods, virtual reality, usability testing, and rapid prototyping and fabrication.
LVC’s unique location, which includes abundant study areas such as the Wood Thrush Research Preserve on or adjacent to campus, made our new environmental programs a natural addition to The Valley’s historic strength in the sciences. Students can elect to major in environmental science or minor in environmental studies this fall, and will develop the problem-solving skills needed to excel in the field by designing experiments, interpreting the results from studies, experiencing hands-on fieldwork, and more. Working in collaboration with the College’s diverse faculty of sciences and scholars, students will gain professional insight that prepares them for careers in environmental science, a field expect to grow by 11 percent by 2024 according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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