Applying to LVC

We offer Rolling Admission so you can apply when the time is right for you. It's best if you apply by April 1 for fall admission and December 1 for spring admission. Some scholarships go to applicants who complete their materials earlier, so don't miss out.

Please visit the links for athletic training, clinical mental health counselingmusic, nursingphysical therapy, school counseling, and speech-language pathology to view detailed information for these competitive majors.

We can't wait to find out more about you!


If you encounter problems applying to LVC using the Common Application, please contact them directly through their 24/7 student solutions center. If you have problems applying using the LVC application, please contact our admission office directly at, and someone will assist you. If you require assistance with your application portal (creating or accessing the portal, resetting your password, etc.) again, contact admission at




Here is what you should know if you are submitting standardized test results:

  • LVC's SAT code is 2364. Please contact College Board directly if you have specific questions about the exam.
  • LVC's ACT code is 3610. Please contact ACT directly if you have specific questions about the exam.


*Note: Please do not send multiple copies of your transcripts to LVC. If your school submits transcripts electronically, do not also mail paper copies.)


Test Scores are Optional

Most applicants do not need to submit SAT or ACT scores. We focus on your success in college preparatory classes and your overall accomplishments. However, some students are strongly encouraged to submit SAT/ACT scores. Please review our Test-Optional Policy for important exceptions.


Important Information for Applicants

Confirm Your Email Address

Your email address is required to create an account to apply to Lebanon Valley College. Please use your personal email address. Do not use your school email (which often blocks outside emails) or a parent's email. You will use this email address to log into your LVC admission portal which you will use to check the status of your application, receive your admission decision, and complete enrollment forms if you decide to enroll at LVC.

Email Consent

Throughout the admission process, LVC will communicate with you using this email address until you either withdraw your application or enroll at LVC, at which point you will be assigned an LVC email address. By providing your email address on your application, you are giving Lebanon Valley College consent to communicate with you throughout the admission cycle.

Changes to Your Application After Submission

If you need to make any changes to your application after you submit it, do not re-apply. Simply contact the admission office at and the staff can make those changes for you. For example, if you decide to change your major, do not submit another application, just contact the Admission Office.

Part-time Undergraduate

Degree-seeking students interested in taking 3-9 credits are invited to apply as part-time students.*

LVC Application




  • A completed LVC Application.
  • Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended/are attending (if applicable).
  • A College Record Form for each college or university attended.
  • An official high school or homeschool transcript. Please do not send multiple copies. If your school sends electronically, you do not need to mail paper copies.

*Availability to take day classes is required at this time.

Note: Please do not send multiple copies of your transcripts to LVC. If your school submits transcripts electronically, do not also mail paper copies.)


Visit Us

Visiting is the best way for us to get to know each other and for you to get a true feel for campus. Our campus is open for weekday tours and additional in-person visit options. Virtual visit opportunities are also available upon request. Choose the visit option that's right for you, or contact the Admission Office at 1-866-LVC-4ADM (1-866-582-4236, toll-free) or 717-867-6181.

At Lebanon Valley College, admission decisions are made without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion/creed, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status, or any trait protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws and/or College policy. The College does not discriminate on any of the foregoing bases in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, or its scholarship and loan programs.