Lycoming is a private, four-year, coeducational, Liberal Arts College. Founded in 1812, it is one of the fifty oldest colleges in the United States. There are 1,300 undergraduate students from 28 states and 12 foreign countries that call Lycoming home. 80% of Lycoming's students live on campus and are guaranteed housing all four years.
Although Lycoming College is one of the fifty oldest institutions of higher learning in the United States, it is a community with new vitality, ongoing momentum, and a nationally-recognized commitment to quality education.
Lycoming's 35 acre campus sits less than two miles from the Susquehanna River, and is also a five minute drive away from the famous Howard J. Lamade Stadium, which attracts thousands of visitors every year for the Little League World Series. Located in a city of 35,000 people, Lycoming is less than two blocks from downtown Williamsport and is only a short drive from the "Golden Strip" and the Lycoming Mall.