Our campus offers a variety of rooms and spaces to accommodate your group’s upcoming event. Enjoy beautiful indoor and outdoor spaces for presentations, meetings, banquets, athletic tournaments, or overnight summer programs, plus onsite food and beverage services provided by Metz Culinary Management.
Lebanon Valley College campus includes a variety of indoor and outdoor venues divided into three-sections, The Academic Quad, The Social Quad, and The Athletic Complex:
- The Academic Quad
The main setting of campus academic programs, the Academic Quadrangle is surrounded by the main academic buildings. Each building offers a variety of private classroom spaces, semi-private and private reception options for 5-50-people. The largest spaces including the multi-use Louis Brong Miller Sanctuary in the Frederic K. Miller Chapel with seating for up to 800-people and Lutz Hall, a performance venue in the Bertha Brossman Blair Music Center for seating up to 400-people.
- The Social Quad
Known for it’s social areas of campus, the Social Quadrangle offers open grass and gardens including the LVC Peace Garden and Yuhas Commons Fountain Area. Consisting of the traditional and suite-style dormitories, the Social Quad also includes the main dining hall, theater, and College Store in the Allan W. Mund College Center. The College Center can accommodate buffet and served banquets and meetings for up to 300-people in the dining hall, up to 150-people in The Underground.
- The Athletic Complex
Transected from the main campus by an active freight train line. Accessible by a walking bridge and path, the Athletic Complex features the LVC Sports Center, The Henry and Gladys Arnold Stadium, Shanroff Tennis Center, and Rohland Athletic Fields. Indoor spaces as part of the LVC Sports Center include the Louis A. Sorrentino Gymnasium and the Edward H. Arnold Sports Arena also feature a weight room, classroom spaces, and indoor swimming pool. The Athletic Complex also includes collegiate baseball stadium, McGill Field and soccer stadium, Herbert Field.
- And More
LVC also features an onsite Art Gallery and Recital Hall in the Suzanne H. Arnold Gallery and the newest academic building, located beyond The Athletic Complex over looking campus, The Jeanne & Edward Arnold Health Professions Pavilion.
Lebanon Valley College, an institution of higher education maintains the commitment to its purpose and mission. As a campus, we emphasize the prioritization to and for programs and activities for or by our students, faculty, and staff. LVC welcomes the opportunity to showcase our campus for the purpose of special events and program by external groups, however the College reserves the right to decide whether to provide use, charge usage or rental fees, move or relocate any requests or reservations for use of campus facilities and resources by external groups.