Orientation group photo from Fall 2023 at Lebanon Valley College

Admitted Students

Welcome, Class of 2028 and New Transfer Students!

Your admission to Lebanon Valley College is your first step into LVC’s global network. In your years at The Valley, you will have countless opportunities to learnmeet lifelong friends, have immersive experiences interning or working alongside industry professionals, and study with dedicated and approachable faculty who care about your success as an individual.


Share the News

You’ve done the hard part, now it’s time to celebrate! Share your acceptance with family and friends. Download our celebratory graphic here. And, we know how parents like to brag, so we made a graphic for them, too!

You can also search “lvc” on your IG story for LVC-themed stickers to add to your posts!

Exterior photo of admission building

Schedule a Visit

Whether it’s your first time or you want another look, we have an admission event for you.

First-year Lebanon Valley College students on the bridge during orientation

Connect With Your Classmates

Talk with other future Dutchmen in our Class of 2028 Facebook group. Transfer students can find class groups for their year. This is a great way to make friends and even find a roommate!

LVC branded smiley face graphic

Check out Our Accepted Student Website

See upcoming events for admitted students, enter cool giveaways, and see what you have in common with other future Dutchmen!

New students arriving at Lebanon Valley College for advising day

Commit to LVC

Already know that LVC is where you want to be? Submit your deposit.

File the FAFSA

The FAFSA is required for all students who wish to be considered for federal, state, and institutional grants, student and parent loans, and work-study.


See frequently asked questions and tips to get you started for your first semester on campus at Lebanon Valley College.

Student sitting on bed in dorm room

Housing Options

At LVC, students are required to live on campus all four years, unless they are enrolled as a commuter. Our attractive living options include traditional residence halls, apartment or suite-style housing, and special interest houses. Find out more about living options at LVC.

Students and family members move into dorm room

What To Bring To College

Moving to a new place is always difficult and figuring out what to bring can be a hassle. To make things a little easier, we’ve compiled a list of items you should and shouldn’t bring with you to your new home at The Valley.

Students receive computer training from IT staff

Computer & Software Discounts

Visit Information Technology for all your computer-related questions and technology support.

Students hand out information at table at the Activities Fair

Activities Fair

Attend LVC’s annual Activities Fair in early fall to find out about student run clubs, organizations, and Greek life.