The ultimate goal of this project is to create an attractive, accessible place that nurtures connection, learning, and engagement.

The College has been planning the College Center’s renovation and expansion for over two years. The $13.3 million Mund College Center renovation/addition will be implemented in four phases, with completion of the final phase scheduled for spring 2012. The College is seeking LEED-certification for the building. Spillman Farmer Architects of Bethlehem, Pa., is the designer. High Construction Company of Lancaster, Pa. is the construction manager.

The New College Center will:

support learning and development outside of the traditional classroom. more effectively serve as a gathering space for students. expand by about 20 percent --8,000 square feet-- to accommodate the larger student body, faculty and staff. mirror other new campus buildings and reflect a welcoming attitude and accessibility to all persons. serve as the first building on LVC's campus to seek LEED-certification.

What does this mean for our students?

Construction for the renovation and expansion started in fall 2010 and will be completed in spring 2012. View the construction schedule and phasing plans.

The New Floorplan
Construction Schedule
Phasing Plan
Dining Updates
Parking & Traffic
Photos & Videos

Support for the New College Center

The College is conducting a special fund-raising campaign for the renovations to raise at least $1 million in gifts and pledges. View gift updates, giving opportunities, or make your gift now.