COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 vaccines are available to all groups in PA. Review the fall 2021 return to campus protocols and let LVC know when you are fully vaccinated.

Actuarial Science Summer Camp is a week-long intensive program for rising high school seniors designed to help them decide if they’re interested in actuarial careers.

COVID-19 Update: The 2021 LVC Actuarial Science Summer Camp will now be offered as an online, remote experience.

Students will work in remote groups, and guest actuaries will present via web-conferencing. The camp cost is $600 per student. The application process remains the same, including the requirement of a letter of recommendation.

Actuarial Science Summer Camp Application

Our Actuarial Science Summer Camps are week-long intensive programs for rising high school seniors designed to help them decide if they’re interested in actuarial careers.

LVC has had a successful Actuarial Science Program for more than 50 years, and we’ve run this summer camp for more than three decades. Leveraging industry connections and alumni suggestions, we’ve forged an authentic experience that features interaction with actuaries and an introduction to relevant software and content.

In the summer of 2021, we will have two one-week long camps:

  • June 20-25, 2021
  • July 11-16, 2021

During the week, students live on campus in a residence hall with Resident Assistants who are current LVC students. Students eat their meals in the Allan W. Mund College Center.

Lebanon Valley College values inclusion and diversity. Per, African-American, Hispanic, and Native American communities are underrepresented in the field of actuarial science. We encourage underrepresented students to apply; financial aid may be available.

Please visit the links on the left panel and contact Patrick Brewer, director of actuarial science, at regarding any camp questions.

To apply to the summer camp, fill out the application form using the Apply button below. A letter of recommendation is also required. The letter should be no more than one page and be from a high school teacher familiar with your work in mathematics. The letter of recommendation must be emailed to Dr. Patrick Brewer at