Arnold Health Professions Pavilion

Jeanne & Edward H. Arnold Health Professions Pavilion

An Innovative Space for Learning

Students in Lebanon Valley College’s health professions programs have a new, innovative learning space. The Jeanne and Edward H. Arnold Health Professions Pavilion is open for students in our master of athletic training, master of exercise science (three tracks: applied kinesiology, clinical exercise physiology, and sport performance), and doctor of physical therapy programs. There, they gain real-world experience learning and conducting research in spaces like our Lewis Human Performance Lab and Gross Anatomy Lab, facilities usually only found at major research universities or corporations.

Hands-on Learning

The multi-million-dollar facility, the most ambitious academic project in the College’s history, provides flexible classroom space, observation rooms acoustically treated for sound, the Lewis Human Performance and Gross Anatomy labs, flexible faculty office space to increase collaboration with students, and new technologies that enhance teaching. Graduates of our health professions programs enjoy increased career opportunities as the sector is projected to add five million new U.S. jobs by 2022.

A Historic Gift

The Arnold Health Professions Pavilion is named for Edward H. Arnold H’87 and Jeanne Donlevy Arnold H’08 who made an unprecedented $10 million challenge gift for the building.

Arnold Health Professions Pavilion

Arnold Health Professions Pavilion

Explore The Jeanne and Edward H. Arnold Health Professions Pavilion completed in the summer of 2018.

Meet the Donors

Headshot photo of Jeanne Arnold

Jeanne Arnold H’08

A former nurse and vice president at Good Samaritan Hospital, Jeanne is a member of the College’s Board of Trustees. She is active on numerous charitable boards locally and nationally. She received an honorary doctorate from LVC in 2008.

Headshot photo of Edward Arnold

Edward H. Arnold H’87

A former owner and chief executive officer of Arnold Logistics and Arnold Industries, is a longtime member of the LVC Board of Trustees and now holds emeritus status. He is active with numerous charities and organizations in Lebanon County and the surrounding region. He received an honorary doctorate from LVC in 1987.