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LVC welcomed a record-high 518 new students this fall, exceeding last year’s incoming student group, which was then the largest in the College’s history. The fall 2018 class includes an all-time high 473 first-year students and 45 transfers.

Zippa Rating

We are Number 1

LVC is listed as #1 among all U.S. colleges and universities “most likely to land a job” with a 96.185% job placement rate for 2018. The listings are based on the College Scorecard Data, which analyzed job placement ratings at year ten after students have graduated.

The Edward H. and Jeanne Arnold Health Professions Pavilion was dedicated in August 2018

New Health Professions Building Opens

The College officially opened the new Jeanne and Edward H. Arnold Health Professions Pavilion in August. The newest academic building is home to our physical therapy, athletic training, and exercise science programs and includes state-of-the-art human performance and gross anatomy labs.

Courtney Wilt studies in downtown Annville, Pa.

Breen Center Offers Next-Level Career Counseling

First-year students will work with Breen Center counselors and faculty advisors to discuss paths to achieve career aspirations and fulfill academic majors. In subsequent years, students will participate in internships and other immersive experiences, clarify their goals, adjust plans if necessary, and network with alumni and employers using a database that will serve as a global sphere of influence.

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Students who wish to enroll for Fall 2019 can apply now through LVC’s application or through the Common Application. With the recent changes to the financial aid process, watch for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be ready in October. Earlier FAFSA completion leads to an earlier financial aid package from the College.

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