Mund College Center aerial view


The Allan W. Mund College Center (Mund) is a gathering place for all members of the College community. It houses the Center for Student Engagement, Ed and Lynn Breen Center for Career and Professional Development, and the Lebegern Learning Commons. It is a place to meet a friend for dinner; see a play; study in the Wengert Living Room by the fireplace; or attend dances, lectures, and movies. 

Mund College Center Facilities

Upper Level

  • Center for Student Engagement: 
  • Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students 
  • Associate Dean of Student Affairs & Deputy Title IV Coordinators
  • Office of Residential Life 
  • Office of Student Engagement 
  • Metz Dining Services 
  • Wengert Living Room with fireplace 
  • Information Boards 
  • Leedy Theater: capacity for 200—used for movies, meetings, theater productions, lectures, and other group activities 
  • President’s Dining Room 
  • Tweedie Meeting Rooms 
  • Lehr and Phillips Dining Rooms 
  • College Store 


Lower Level

  • Lebegern Learning Commons: 
  • Center for Accessibility Resources 
  • Center for Global Education 
  • Edward and Lynn Breen Center for Career and Professional Development 
  • Center for Academic Success & Exploratory Majors
  • Commuter Lounge 
  • Dance Studio
  • Mund Technology Center 
  • Underground 


Facility and Room Reservations

Any student or group wishing to reserve a room on campus or in the Mund College Center must submit the request through Conference Services at 717-867-6320 or All student-sponsored, campus-wide events should also be scheduled with the Student Activities Office.

Commuter Lounge

The Commuter Lounge is located on the lower level of the Mund College Center for commuting students to study, eat, and relax. The lounge has snack and drink vending machines, gaming systems, and a microwave, refrigerator, and television. Information related to academic and social events is posted on bulletin boards in the lounge. 

Posting Materials

Mund College Center, Yuhas Commons, & Residence Hall Posting Policy

This policy applies to all materials proposed to be posted on campus, referred to herein as “posting materials” and to all materials approved and posted on campus pursuant to this policy.

  1. All posting materials, both LVC-related and external, for Mund College Center and/or Yuhas Commons must be approved by the Office of Student Affairs prior to being posted. Please bring printed materials to the Center for Student Engagement to be approved and stamped by the Office of Student Affairs at least one week before posting.
  2. All posting materials, both LVC-related and external, for all Residence Halls must be approved by the Office of Residential Life at least one week prior to being posted. Please contact for approval.
  3. All posting materials must contain the following information: sponsoring organization, college department, or individual name, and the contact information of sponsoring organization, college department, or individual.
  4. Posted materials will remain displayed for two calendar weeks or up to three days after the final event date/deadline. Posted materials must be removed after the two-week display period or three days post final event date/deadline. Sponsoring Organizations, College departments, and/or individuals are responsible for removing posted materials. Requests for a longer display period are granted on a case-by-case basis.
  5. Posted materials cannot be displayed on glass doors or windows, painted surfaces, or trees. Posted materials found in these locations will be removed.
  6. Materials depicting or announcing activities at which alcohol will be served are prohibited, unless expressly authorized by the College. Materials promoting activities sponsored by alcohol manufacturers are prohibited.
  7. Materials that contain language that is illegal, threatening, or defamatory or that fail to comply with this policy will be removed.
  8. Determinations related to the application of this policy will be made solely by staff in the Offices of Student Affairs, Marketing and Communications, and/or Human Resources. There is no appeal of any such determination.
  9. Violations of this policy may be referred to the Office of Student Affairs and/or the Office of Human Resources for resolution.