A class of Lebanon Valley College first-year students were challenged by their professor to better understand other students’ complex identities through a project called LVC Intersectionality.English
Dr. Ross W. Fasick, who was known for his leadership on the College's Board of Trustees as well as his generosity to The Valley, recently passed away. LVC’s Fasick Bridge is named in honor of Dr. Fasick and his wife, Betty.Campus
Dear Classmates of 1967,I encourage each of you to take a moment and reflect back 50 years to a special time that we spent together at Lebanon Valley College. It was indeed a time of youthful innocence and exploration, where we hopefully gained an education…Alumni Profiles
Men of Distinguished Excellence is designed to provide important and relevant academic, professional, and social development experiences that will enable males to succeed in all areas of their LVC careers.Campus
E.J. Smith believes the best-selling feature of The College is the welcoming family feel that the whole campus provides.