LVC students attend a football game with friends

Through partnerships, programs, services, and student leadership, we support each other, learn from each other, and expand our world views.

  • Brave Zone – trains students, faculty, and staff with the goal of creating an on-campus network of allies and members of the LGBT+ community. 
  • Center for Disability Resources—ensures accommodations and support for community members and educates the campus community about equality and access.
  • Center for Global Education—supports students who study abroad or off-campus, as well as international students; provides intercultural learning opportunities across campus.
  • Interfaith Honor Society—provides students with opportunities to explore faiths in light of their own religious identity in and beyond the classroom.
  • Green Dot—educates the campus community on violence prevention and bystander intervention.
  • Office of Intercultural Affairs & Inclusive Programs—provides services and programs to support and mentor students, foster dialogue, and increase understanding across difference.
  • Women’s Services & Gender Resource Center—faculty-advised, student-led program that empowers students and educates the campus community about issues surrounding gender and equality.

 

LVC is more diverse than it has ever been.

  • 13.5% of all undergraduates are racially/ethnically diverse.
  • Completed and planned facilities enhancements have improved accessibility and provided all-gender bathrooms.
  • New partnerships are enhancing diversity through student recruitment.
  • Faculty and staff have participated in workshops on social differences, unconscious bias, cross-cultural training, and dialogue facilitation.

 

Lebanon Valley College is committed to sustaining a campus community that is aware, understanding, and enhanced by the rich cultures, races, genders, sexual orientations, religious beliefs, ages, and physical abilities represented

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September

Interfaith Dialogue: Race and Religion

A panel of six religious leaders representing Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Islam, and Atheism will answer questions related to the topic of race and religion. A light pizza lunch…

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October

Wicca Study Group

Wicca Study Group: Share your pagan heart among others of like-mind. The group meets on the first and third Friday of each month (with some exceptions). Join us as your schedule permits. This week we will…

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