For ourselves. For each other. Mask up, and get your flu shot.
For ourselves. For each other. Mask up, and get your flu shot.
The Accounting Club is a student organization intended for accounting majors to further their knowledge and interest in accounting, but it is also open to everyone on campus. We meet approximately four times a semester, where we bring in someone that works as an accountant, and hear about their journey from college to fulltime career and, of course, the CPA exam, all of which is very useful information. Feel free to stop by and learn more about the accounting field.
The Biology Club is a student-oriented, organized, and operated club that increases awareness of and interest in the biological sciences among non-science and science majors. Activities include social gatherings, field trips, raising money for charity organizations, educating the local community students, and planting pollinator gardens on campus.
An affiliate of the American Chemical Society, the Chemistry Club is open to all interested students. The mission of the club is the professional, academic, and social development of its members through participation in chemical symposia, student mentoring programs, and departmental-wide seminar series.
The purpose of this student chapter is to advance the education of individuals with exceptionalities and to promote related educational, scientific, and charitable purposes. The student chapter assists and provides support to CEC in all its efforts on behalf of persons with exceptionalities.
Digital Valley (DigiVal) is a club for all students interested in technology and emerging media. The group invites leaders in the industry to speak on LVC’s campus, holds fun social events, and allows students to collaborate and share ideas with others.
This is a group of students dedicated to increasing curiosity and awareness about the world. The group consists of international, study abroad, and internationally-experienced students, or those who are just interested in learning more. The club meets bi-weekly and helps to organize Global Coffee Hours, International Education Week, Moon Festivals, Lunar New Year, the International Food Festival, and more!
The Green Blotter Literary Society is open to students dedicated to cultivating campus awareness and appreciation of the literary arts. The society sponsors on-campus presentations, readings, and workshops by professional writers, and publishes an annual literary magazine. Regular meetings help members develop clear, effective writing skills.
La Vie Collegienne is LVC's student-run newspaper. Students are tasked with everything from picture taking, to covering campus events to laying out the pages for print. La Vie's writers are also active on social media, updating fellow students and other followers of campus news via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Students can opt to get credit for their participation with the newspaper. The newspaper is typically published four to five times a semester. A shorter version, La Vie On the Go, is posted in buildings throughout campus weekly.
Open to all students, the Math Club is an academic and social group dedicated to furthering interaction among students with interest in mathematics. We hold biweekly meetings and offer volunteer opportunities centered around engaging the community in our mathematical programs.
The Lebanon Valley College chapter of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) offers workshops and resources to students majoring in music education in order to provide opportunities for professional development. Membership is open to any student majoring in music education.
The purpose of this organization is to help pre-professionals in the communication sciences and disorders/speech-language pathology department for their future careers. The organization plans service events and speakers that can help students grow their knowledge of the field. We welcome any student not within the department to share these experiences with us.
The purpose of Neuroscience Club is to assemble a group of collegiate students with a particular interest in neuroscience and/or the mind-brain interaction who will promote the field of neuroscience. Students will serve to educate the campus and off-campus communities about neuroscience to create a broader interest in and an awareness of the expanding field. In addition, club members will mentor younger individuals in the Neuroscience major to help better their success and involvement at LVC.
Professional Business Leaders (PBL), the college level of FBLA, is a national organization providing opportunities for students to develop vocational competencies. The LVC chapter is very successful and is open to all students. PBL steadily increases membership; develops programs on business etiquette, skills and interviewing; brings in guest speakers for meetings; engages in tours of local businesses; and develops and promotes business sponsors. PBL has hosted a regional conference and attended regional, state, and national competitions. Members consistently place in state and national competitions. The organization is an excellent venue for students to develop leadership and technical skills.
The purpose of this organization is to create a medium for students to communicate between physical therapy faculty and each physical therapy class, to promote health awareness among students and faculty of Lebanon Valley College, and raise funds to promote the PT CURE free clinic. Club members also complete service projects throughout the year.
The Pre-Health Professions Society (PHPS) is a student-run organization whose goal is to promote awareness of careers in the health professions and to help build a community of like-minded students at LVC. The PHPS hosts speakers in the various health professions. Some of the guest speakers include LVC alumni, representatives from professional schools, and local health professionals. The Pre-Health Professions Society holds meetings twice each month and encourages all interested students to join!
This club was founded in the interest of advancing the goals of students from any major who are pursuing post-graduate study and careers in law. The goals are to graduate contentious, honest, and open-minded students who are ready to see their dreams of representing or shaping the law be realized and to provide a way for both current and future LVC students to support each other. Learn more in this feature story.
The Psychology Club gives students interested in psychology the opportunity to socialize, discuss psychological issues, attend the Eastern Psychological Association Conference, and participate in community service. The club promotes academic and career development through graduate school/career preparation workshops, peer mentoring programs, and by hosting LVC alumni and community speakers to network and share their professional experiences.
Open to all students who are interested in physics, the Society of Physics Students assists students in developing the knowledge, competence, enthusiasm, communication skills, and leadership skills appropriate to the profession of physics or the sciences in general. Club meetings, field trips, and seminars are all oriented to achieve these goals.
The Sociology and Criminal Justice Club consists of students majoring and minoring in sociology, majoring in criminal justice, and students interested in a look at the “real world.” The club is focused on service learning in the community, academic initiatives, personal growth, departmental unification, and enrichment activities.
The LVC chapter of SPSEA is open to all elementary, elementary/special, secondary, and music education students. While consisting of future teachers who all share a sincere love for children, the organization meets weekly and participates in local community service projects, provides leadership and professional development opportunities, and promotes political action and advocacy for children of all ages and backgrounds.
Valley Audio is a student-run organization for anyone interested in audio engineering, live sound, etc. The group sponsors software and equipment demonstrations, visits by guest professionals, and provides live sound reinforcement for VALE Records and other events on campus.
LVC accounting and business students assist low-income, elderly, and otherwise disadvantaged taxpayers in completing their federal, state, and local taxes. The LVC VITA program is connected with the Money in Your Pocket Coalition, which ties the College’s program with several other tax preparation organizations throughout the country. Please call 717-867-6054 to schedule an appointment or leave a message and someone will return your call.