Set in the small town of Annville in southwestern Pennsylvania, Lebanon Valley College brings student living to a quiet community that offers an intimate and collegial atmosphere. Known locally as LVC, or “The Valley,” the liberal arts school was founded in Lebanon Valley in 1866. In the early days, the school offered a “Ladies Course,” that included instruction in painting, drawing, music and wax flower and fruit making. Though the school retains some of this 19th century charm, its coeducational student body now undertake a robust curriculum with a variety of high-demand academic disciplines. Today, nearly 1,900 students live in Lebanon Valley College student housing, including dormitories, special interest housing and college apartments.
Throughout the years, LVC has continued efforts to improve the experience of student living on the small Annville campus. Recent investments include substantial renovation and new buildings, such as the Lynch Memorial Hall, the Vernon and Doris Bishop Library, a 1,650-seat gymnasium and the Heilman Center for physical therapy. Benefiting from these attributes, those in Lebanon Valley College student housing are propelled toward undergraduate degrees in more than 35 fields of study, or a selection of graduate and doctorate degrees.
Some LVC upperclassmen and a significant number of commuter students reside in off campus housing surrounding the campus. A college apartment lets students engage more fully with the small town, and enjoy such hubs as the town’s Peace Garden, the Allen Theater and the Batdorf Restaurant & Banquet Hall.
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