is an independent, coeducational college of 1,400 students
enrolled in 36 majors. The college is ranked by U.S.
News and World Report as a national liberal arts college.
Located in Williamsport, Pa., USA, the college
is affiliated with the United Methodist Church.
aerial view of Lycoming College
(the college's quad is prominent in the foreground),
with Williamsport and the Susquehanna River in the
operates on a 4-4-1 academic calendar: four-month
fall and spring semesters and optional May and summer
terms. The facultystudent
ratio is 14:1.
in 1812, Lycoming is one of America's 50 oldest colleges.
Lycoming's main campus is the setting of 22 buildings,
including 9 residence halls. A 12-acre athletic complex
includes the football stadium and soccer, softball, and lacrosse
choir's home is in historic Clarke Chapel, while a newer
building, Welch Honors Hall, serves as a smaller venue
for recitals and small group performances.
in north-central Pennsylvania's picturesque mountains and
valleys, the Williamsport area offers abundant natural and
recreational resources. Students join the local community
in enjoying the beautiful Susquehanna River and the various
boating and fishing opportunities that abound. New York City,
Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and Pittsburgh are all within
a 5-hour drive from Williamsport.
information, please see Lycoming College's website at: www.lycoming.edu
Program 2013 (PDF)