At LVC, we’re big on mentorship—from Day 1. whether it’s from your peers, professors, or staff members, there are many options for you to find guidance in your personal, professional, and academic goals.
For incoming students, one of your first student contacts at orientation will be with your First-year Mentor. First-year mentors are undergraduates who know their way around LVC and will help you navigate your early days at LVC. Your First-year Mentor will connect you with your peers, support systems, and the greater LVC community.
Resident assistants (RAs) live on each floor of a residence hall. They are ready to answer your questions about campus, activities, offices, and events. RAs are trained to facilitate good roommate and social relationships.
5050 Peer Helpers
Trained and supervised by our professional counselors, our 5050 Peer Helpers are students who meet 1:1 with other students to discuss issues including anxiety, long-distance relationships, and academic concerns. They also run a weekend social supportive group called “Friendly Faces” for any interested students.
The Mosaic Mentorship program provides dedicated peer support and guidance to incoming students who are BIPOC, part of the Lebanon Valley Educational Partnership program, international, and LGBTQ+. Mosaic mentors assist you with academic, social, cultural, and personal support, so you can thrive during your time here (and beyond).
Academic & Career Guidance
Get 1:1 support from caring staff and peers who believe in your success. The Center for Academic Success & Exploratory Majors and the Breen Center for Career & Professional Development are here to help you align your academic experience and career goals. Your First-year Experience instructors will guide your through your first semester and serve as your go-to people for all your questions and concerns.