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Admitted Graduate Students

Welcome to LVC!

Congratulations on your admission to a graduate program at Lebanon Valley College! As a graduate and professional studies student, you will experience the close-knit community and high-quality education that thousands of students have valued for more than 150 years. Our programs are a launching pad to greater professional success and satisfaction.

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Commit to LVC

Already know that LVC is where you want to be? Complete the online enrollment confirmation form on the GPS Admissions Portal.

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Schedule a Visit

Whether it’s your first time or you want another look, our campus is open for in-person visit opportunities. We also offer virtual information sessions and tours.

Graduate Housing Options

Limited graduate housing is available for students on a space-available basis. Priority is given to students enrolled in a full-time, in-person graduate program whose permanent residency is greater than 30 miles from Lebanon Valley College. Graduate students interested in living on campus should contact or 717-867-6230.


Check out resources and information for new graduate students at Lebanon Valley College.

IT Services & LVC Accounts

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LVC Account Access & Email

After acceptance, you will receive your LVC student number and email credentials directly from IT Services. Whether taking courses virtually or on campus, the IT Solutions Center can assist you with questions concerning LVC email, account access, and more. The Solutions Center can help via phone, email, and text.

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Access LVC

Access LVC is your self-service student account. You can use Access LVC to your business office account balance, register for courses, see your class schedule, review grades, and more. You can log into Access LVC using the credentials provided to you by IT Services.

Billing & Financial Aid

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Graduate Student Financial Aid

To apply for graduate student loans, you must be registered for a minimum of 4.5 credits per semester, complete the FAFSA, which has a priority deadline of March 1, and submit LVC’s Financial Aid Supplemental Form. Graduate students are considered independent for financial aid purposes, so parental information is not required on the FAFSA. Contact LVC’s Financial Aid Office at or 717-867-6126 with questions.

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Tuition, Billing, and Payment

You will be billed prior to the start of each term. If your current employer offers you any amount of tuition reimbursement for your graduate program, you are eligible to apply for a deferred payment option. Visit the Business Office to review current tuition and billing information, access deferred billing forms, or make a payment. Contact the Business Office at 717-867-6300 or with questions regarding tuition or your bill.

Academic & Course Resources

You will receive information directly from your Graduate Program Director or Advisor shortly after your acceptance, with information regarding academic advising, course registration, and next steps. If you have any questions regarding the program curriculum or course offerings, you can contact your program director at any time.

Lebanon Valley College uses Canvas as our Learning Management System (LMS). Instructors and students are automatically enrolled in courses through the Registrar’s Office. Students are added to courses two weeks prior to the first day of the course session. Many faculty members use Canvas to post course materials, communicate with students, and offer collaboration tools for group projects. Canvas is the primary system used for online courses. Canvas Support is available through an extensive collection of Canvas Guides and by contacting the LVC Solutions Center.

Learn more about Canvas.

You can view and purchase the required materials and texts for each course on the LVC bookstore website. Materials are also available via Bishop Library.

Other Helpful Information

LVC student ID cards are not required but are necessary if you want to borrow physical materials from The Bishop Library. ID cards may also be helpful if you plan to attend campus events or use campus facilities. Email the to request an appointment to get your ID card.

As a graduate student, you will need to register your car with LVC’s Office of Campus Safety if you will be coming to campus for courses. You can learn more about parking and find a link to register your vehicle on the Office of Campus Safety’s site.

Explore LVC Offices & Resources

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The Breen Center

The Breen Center for Career and Professional Development is one of LVC’s most powerful career readiness tools for students and alumni. The Breen Center’s goal is to assist you in moving your career forward. They understand that career aspirations and paths can change, and whether you are searching for your first professional position, navigating a career transition, relocating, or considering possible next steps, they are here to help.

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The Vernon & Doris Bishop Library

LVC’s library provides access to books, online journals, and research guides. Librarians can answer research questions via text, email, or phone. The library also offers private and group study rooms.

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Center for Accessibility Resources

The Center for Accessibility Resources supports academic success and affirms the right of persons with accessibility concerns to obtain access in a manner promoting dignity and independence. Students with documented disabilities should contact their office for academic support and/or academic accommodations.