Peyton Carper ’16 arrived at LVC as a women’s basketball recruit, undecided on a major, and looking forward to studying a wide variety of subjects to discover her passion. This spring, she graduated from Villanova Law School and will begin a prestigious clerkship at the Delaware Court of Chancery.
Jordan Drexel discusses how LVC's MBA degree is helping his career and how he's helping others.MBA
Lebanon Valley College opened its fall semester with a record number of first-year students.Campus
Faculty and staff in the Lebanon Valley College Creative Arts Program announced that they will host a collection of photographs from The Seeing Lens: Therapeutic Photography Group.Creative Arts
Lebanon Valley College welcomed Ariana Genna and Adam Petersen, two members of its Class of 2023, as prestigious John Bowman Allwein Scholars.Allwein Scholars
As part of the Perspectives from Traditional Chinese Medicine program, six LVC students and three faculty members attended an international conference in Shanghai and then studied medical techniques at Beijing Sport University (BSU).Athletic Training