For general College information, please call 717-867-6161.
The Academic Affairs Division promotes educational excellence and engaged learning by offering innovative and immersive experiences that transcend boundaries.
Go to Academic Affairs | 717-867-6078
The Lebanon Valley College Office of Admission is happy to answer your application, admission, visit, and financial aid questions.
Whether it's expanding scholarship support or making global, high-impact experiences more widely available, the Advancement Office works to ensure that every student has access to the best of The Valley
Go to Advancement | 717-867-6220
Audiovisual Technology supports the campus community with audiovisual equipment, offers training in the use of technology enabled rooms, schedules access to technology and podiums in technology enabled rooms.
The Library provides support and leadership for the educational, instructional, and research activities of the College, as well as the surrounding community.
The LVC Business Office assists all full- and part-time students and families with tuition billing, refunds where appropriate, and campus purchases on student accounts.
Go to the Business Office | 717-867-6300
Career Development empowers students in developing and implementing their career plans and pursuing graduate and professional school.
Center for Disability Resources
The Center for Disability Resources provides persons with disabilities equal access to Lebanon Valley College programs, services, and activities.
Go to the Center for Disability Resources | 717-867-6028
Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning & Educational Technology (CETL) at Lebanon Valley College fosters a culture of excellence in teaching that cultivates significant student learning and advances the mission of the college.
Go to the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning | 717-867-6511
Center for Global Education
The Center for Global Education provides extensive support to both our international students and LVC students who plan to study abroad at one of our 11 full-semester international locations or numerous short-term, faculty-led options.
Go to the Center for Global Education | 717-867-6076
Center for Writing & Tutoring Resources
The Center for Writing & Tutoring Resources provides writing guidance and tutoring assistance to students looking to reach their greatest potential.
Go to the Center for Writing & Tutoring Resources | 717-867-6120
A Barnes & Noble Store, the Lebanon Valley College Store is open Monday–Thursday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. and Friday–Saturday, 11 a.m.–3 p.m. The store is closed on Sundays.
Go to the College Store | 717-867-6313
The Office of Community Service and Volunteerism directly supports the College's mission and purpose "to empower students for a life of citizenship" and its core value of commitment "to service, sustainability, and civic engagement."
Go to Community Service | 717-867-6135
Conference Services coordinates campus events, helping to create an enjoyable and successful experience for attendees.
Go to Conference Services | 717-867-6310
The Lebanon Valley College Counseling Services is open to students who seek short-term counseling for a variety of issues from academic difficulties, anxiety, crisis intervention, relationship issues, stress, and more.
Go to Counseling Services | 717-867-6696
Metz Culinary Management provides food services throughout campus, combining a restaurant atmosphere with a taste of home.
Go to Dining Services | 717-867-6314
The Office of Facilities Services handles maintenance, grounds, and housekeeping services, and is a strategic partner in LVC's sustainability and recycling efforts.
Go to Facilities Services | 717-867-6340
Financial Aid Office
Please contact the Financial Aid Office with all of your questions about loans, scholarships, and more.
Located in the Shroyer Health Center, the Health Services staff is available to meet the ordinary medical needs of all full-time students and emergency medical care or the College community.
Go to Health Services | 717-867-6232
Human Resources supports the mission and strategic plan of the college by developing and sustaining inclusive programs, practices, and strategies that support high performing talent and a high performing culture.
Go to Human Resources | 717-867-6415
The Office of Information Technology is responsible for the management, operation, and support of the College's computer and communications systems.
Go to Information Technology | 717-867-6072
Institutional Effectiveness is charged with assessing how effectively each unit's goals contribute to the College's strategic goals; how successfully each unit is achieving its goals; and how well each unit supports the institutional mission.
Go to Institutional Effectiveness | 717-867-6077
The Office of Institutional Research provided unbiased information to be used in college-wide decision-making, institutional effectiveness activities, assessment practices, and strategic planning processes. The office responds to internal and external requests for data to ensure the accuracy and consistency of reported College data.
Go to Institutional Research | 717-867-6205
Intercultural Affairs & Inclusive Programs
Through programs such as the Bridge Program, Mosaic Mentoring, and Women's Leadership Symposium, the Office of Intercultural Affairs & Inclusive Programs provides counseling and advising, cultural programming, diversity training, dialogues, and more to foster an inclusive campus environment.
Go to Intercultural Affairs & Inclusive Programs | 717-867-6165
Leadership Development at LVC seeks to support the College’s call to prepare our students to be “people of broad vision, capable of making informed decisions” and help them “acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to live and work in our rapidly changing world.”
Go to Leadership Development | 717-867-6233
The Office of Marketing & Communications work to inspire and inform audiences through publications, media relations, the Lebanon Valley College website, social media, and other outreach.
Lewis Evitts Thayne, Ph.D., became the College’s 18th president on Aug. 1, 2012. Under his leadership, LVC has added a number of innovative academic programs and centers, established plans for an enhanced campus, and made strides toward Inclusive Excellence.
Go to President's Office | 717-867-6211
Public Safety personnel are on duty seven days a week and provide service related to traffic and parking control, campus and residence hall patrols, escort assistance, lost items, and prevention programs.
Go to Public Safety | 717-867-6111
The Registrar’s Office upholds the integrity of student academic records and credentials while providing convenient, responsive, and accurate support to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the general public.
Go to Registrar | 717-867-6215
The Office of Residential Life promotes a safe, supportive, and inclusive residential environment that complements and extends the educational experience of our students.
Go to Residence Life | 717-867-6230
LVC's Office of Spiritual Life supports and nurtures the faith development and ethical growth of all students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of Lebanon Valley College so that caring and concern for others is a core value within our community.
Go to Spiritual Life | 717-867-6135
The LVC Sports Center promotes, conducts, and administers recreational activities and fitness programs that support the health and wellness of our students, faculty, and staff.
Go to the LVC Sports Center | 717-867-6360
The Office of Student Affairs encourages students to become highly involved in both the classroom and out of classroom learning experiences. The staff is here to assist with all aspects of a student's campus life.
Go to Student Affairs | 717-867-6233
The Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery is open Wednesday from 5-8 p.m., Thursday and Friday from 1–4:30 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m.–5 p.m.