Aerial photograph of the pedestrian bridge over Route 934

Number OneLVC's commitment to providing our students with the best facilities is evident with the progress of the Arnold Health Professions Pavilion, the renovation of the Carnegie Building, and the newly recognized research preserve.

Arnold Health Professions Pavilion

Jeanne & Edward H. Arnold Health Professions Pavilion

Lebanon Valley College’s health professions programs will have a new, innovative learning space. The Jeanne and Edward H. Arnold Health Professions Pavilion will open in summer 2018 for students in our doctor of physical therapy, master of athletic training, master of speech-language pathology, bachelor of exercise science, and bachelor of communications sciences and disorders programs.

Students work in LVC's wetlands preserve

Wetlands Preserve

On the north side of Lebanon Valley College’s campus lies a 20-acre forest that has served as an academic resource for students and faculty. Home to various wildlife, students use this woodlot to conduct forest vegetation samplings, survey animal communities, and determine the impacts of invasive species, for both individual and class-related purposes.

The Carnegie Building houses our office of admissions at LVC

Carnegie Building

The Office of Admissions was renovated in the summer of 2017 to a modern feel and accessible structure.