Students from the MITCH (Men Influencing the Community House) read to students at Henry Houck Elementary School in Lebanon in December

Number 10Community service is a hallmark of The Valley experience. Whether it's volunteering in our local community or working to improve countries across the globe, our students are making a difference.

The AST sorority held their annual Treats 4 Troops event

Treats 4 Troops

Members of the Alpha Sigma Tau (AST) sorority at Lebanon Valley College assembled more than 1,700 treat bags to be sent to members of the United States Military deployed across the world.

LVC students participate in Pass My Plate

Pass My Plate

Lebanon Valley College students, staff, and faculty recently participated in a global poverty awareness event, raising money to provide sustainable food options for children in Africa.

Jen Liedtka works with students to assist hurricane victims

Jen Liedtka Returns to LVC Hoping to Engage Students in Local, National, and Global Service

The Valley welcomes back Jen Liedtka ’92, M’00 to the positions of service and volunteerism coordinator and Lebanon Valley Education Partnership (LVEP) coordinator.

Members of the Football team volunteer at Stoever's Dam

Football Lends a Hand at Stoever's Dam

Prior to the start of their season, the Dutchmen Football Team completed a team-wide service project at Stoever's Dam that included filling in muddy low-lying areas with stone, cutting back foliage along the path, and minor renovation work on a bridge.