COVID-19 Information

In-person learning delayed until Feb. 15. Classes start online Feb. 1.

The Best Way to Learn What Makes LVC Special

High school seniors and potential transfer students: The pandemic has thrown you a curveball. Campus visits are a little different than usual, but you still have options. Connect with our students, admission counselors, and faculty; hear about your intended major; and learn why we’ve been named the #1 college for job placement three years running.


$4,000 to Recognize Your Resilience

We are proud of your flexibility and accomplishments. No one expected your college search to be so complicated. We want to recognize your resilience and give you hope for the future: Participate in an on-campus or interactive virtual opportunity by May 1, 2021, and you’ll receive a $1,000 annual grant as part of your LVC financial aid.

Visit Grant Criteria

Option 1: Register for and attend an in-person campus tour before May 1, 2021. This visit must be coordinated with the Office of Admissions.

Option 2: Register for and attend one of our interactive virtual visits or virtual music auditions before May 1, 2021, (see below).

Option 3: Register for and attend a virtual high school visit before May 1, 2021. Check with your school counselor for details.  If LVC is not virtually visiting your school, you can attend an interactive option.

Option 4: If you have previously visited LVC in-person or virtually (prior to September 2020) and coordinated the visit through the Office of Admissions, you'll automatically receive the incentive.

On-campus Visit Options

On-Campus Weekday Tours

Weekday Campus Tours

Weekdays at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., and 1 p.m.

Tour our beautiful 370-acre campus with one of our student tour guides and then briefly talk with an admission counselor. We are following safety and physical distancing protocols. Tours are limited to three families per slot. Register here.

MLK Day Tours | Jan. 18

Available at 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1 p.m., and 2:30 p.m.

Take a campus tour with one of our student Valley Ambassadors. Admission counselors will be available to answer questions, but there will not be a formal admission presentation.

Register here for the time of your choice.

Saturday Campus Tour | Jan. 23

Saturday, Jan. 23, at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.

Take a campus tour with one of our student tour guides. Admission counselors will be available to answer questions, but there will not be a formal admission presentation. Register here for the time of your choice.

Interactive Virtual Visits

Interactive Virtual Information Session

Choose the weekday and time that suits you: morning, afternoon, or evening.

Talk with one of our admission counselors about our application process, scholarships and financial aid, campus life, and any other questions about the college search. We recommend pairing this with our interactive virtual tour. Register here.

Interactive Virtual Tour

Select weekday mornings and afternoons.

Join one of our Valley Ambassador student tour guides on a “walk” through our virtual tour. See our campus, hear the stories of what makes LVC special, and get answers to your questions. We recommend pairing this with our virtual information session. Register here.

MLK Day Virtual Open House | Jan. 18, 10 a.m.

Our virtual Open House program includes a welcome from President James MacLaren, a meeting with faculty in your area of interest, and an optional virtual campus tour led by one of our student Valley Ambassador tour guides.

Register here.

Students Say Why They Chose LVC

Chrissy Sheffield graduated from Lebanon Valley College

Chrissy Sheffield '18, Actuarial Analyst, GEICO

Having professors that always push you to achieve as much as possible and whose doors are always open was critical to my success, even after graduation. They dedicate so much to helping their students pass exams and get internships. I graduated with four actuarial exams and completed an internship. It's very helpful having close relationships with the professors, who are so invested in your future.

Danny Galvez plays ice hockey at Lebanon Valley College

Danny Galvez '21, Computer and Data Science and Digital Communications Major

LVC's campus community gives anyone the opportunity to get involved in extracurricular activities and have a voice. I love the tight-knit vibe that you experience upon arriving at LVC, such that it affords meeting a lot of people. Having Annville a stone's throw away from campus provides great places to eat and go out.

Sara Urner studied abroad in China

Sara Urner '15, Development Associate, Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County

I chose LVC because I knew that I didn't want to be at a huge school where I felt like just a number. At LVC, I made personal connections with my professors and was able to create an individualized experience that fit my interests and my career goals.