From Greg Krikorian, Vice President of Student Affairs & Dean of Students
Dear LVC Students:
Welcome to the start of the 2019–2020 academic year! Please take some time to familiarize yourself with the information in the Student Handbook. It was developed to help you understand the many resources, opportunities, and, of course, policies and expectations of our campus community. Your handbook contains information that will help you succeed and provides guidelines and expectations for life on the LVC campus.
As a member of the LVC community, you are expected to know all policies associated with being a student and to take responsibility for your conduct ways. Respect, civility, and open dialogue are core principles of this community. You will discover that as a member of this community there are MANY opportunities and avenues for personal growth and development. Hong with meeting new people and sharing new experiences, you will have to make important choices and decisions. Some may be easy, while others will be complex! Your ability to meet positively and appropriately this responsibility will be a critical element of your success at LVC. Accessing help, when needed, and optimizing your student experience is your responsibility.
We are committed to providing many diverse opportunities and experiences to assist you and help you prepare for life beyond LVC after graduation. Rest assured that the faculty, staff, and administration of Lebanon Valley College are eager to help!
I extend a special welcome to those joining the LVC community for the first time.
I look forward to meeting you and helping you build the experiences that will serve you well in the future.
On behalf of the student affairs staff, best wishes for a successful and rewarding career at LVC! Feel free to contact us if any member of our team can be of assistance.
Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students
Lebanon Valley College reserves the right to amend any administrative policy and academic or disciplinary regulations described in the Student Life Handbook, without giving prior notice to persons who might be affected. The provisions of the handbook are not to be regarded as an irrevocable contract between the College and the students or between the College and the parents of the students. During the academic year, the College reserves the right to change the services, policies, and procedures that are set forth in this handbook as they become necessary. At the date of publication, the information provided in the handbook is as complete and accurate as possible.