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Why Lycoming?

100% of Lycoming students receive scholarships and/or financial aid
12:1 student-to-faculty ratio
98.6% of the Class of 2018 entered graduate school or found employment within 6-12 months after graduation
15K alumni in the Lycoming network
100% of Lycoming students have tailored their applied learning experiences, such as internships, study abroad, and research
31% of Lycoming students are domestic students of color or international

Beyond the Books

Three students will gain hands-on film industry experience as interns at the Cannes International Film Festival.

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Forbes: America's Top Colleges for Return on Investment
U.S. News and World Report, Best Colleges 2020, Social Mobility
The Princeton Review: The 385 Best Colleges, 2020
Washington Monthly: 2017 Best Colleges and Universities
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Approved STEM Jobs College 2016-17
College Factual Best Value Top 5% Nationwide
College Factual Gender Diversity Top 5% Nationwide
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Explore Lycoming

Take a virtual step onto College Place or stroll across the Quad on a student-guided tour and you'll feel right at home.

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Sun-Gazette: Lycoming College as an economic driver and community anchor

Lycoming College and the other 90 independent non-profit colleges and universities in this state are an incredible asset for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The positive impact of Lycoming and the other independent institutions of higher education takes many forms. The fact that they are centers of learning and inquiry and provide educations that benefit both individuals and contribute to the public good is often stated and well known.

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Bourgeoning medievalists share research at annual conference

Seven Lycoming College students presented papers at the Fourteenth Undergraduate Conference in Medieval & Early Modern Studies at Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pa. The conference provides students with the opportunity to share their research in a professional setting with peers and faculty from across the country.

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First year students learn financial lessons for the real world

For Lycoming College’s 2019 Fall Semester, the first-year seminar, “Who Wants to be a Millionaire,” was offered to incoming freshmen. Created and taught by Georg Grassmueck, Ph.D, associate professor and department chair of business administration, the course provides students with important financial information for their life after Lycoming.

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Events

Jan 26

Faculty Recital: Kenneth Sarch, violin

Sunday, January 26, 4 p.m.

Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall, Shangraw Performance Hall

Lycoming College music faculty, Dr. Kenneth Sarch, will perform a violin recital with pianist Svetlana Rodionova. The program will include pieces by Dvorak, Williams, Kreisler, Jopin, and more. Admission is free.

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Jan 31

Paris, Orange County: The Diasporic Imaginations of Vietnam

January 31 - February 28

Lycoming College Art Gallery

The multimedia installations of Van Tran Nguyen in this exhibition are concerned with his experience as a person who in Vietnamese is called a Việt Kiều, who is someone who leaves Vietnam, and returns (or does not return) as an ‘overseas Vietnamese'.

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Feb 15

Open House

February 15

Lycoming College

Open houses at Lycoming provide an in-depth look at our top-of-the-line facilities, academic offerings, expert faculty, and hands-on learning opportunities, making them the perfect opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to narrow down their college lists.

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Feb 16

Vocal Recital: Nina Polachek, Sara Scott, and Anna Woiwood

Sunday, February 16, 4 p.m.

Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall, Shangraw Performance Hall

 Celebrate Valentine’s Day weekend with beautiful vocal selections that celebrate the joys and sorrows of love and enjoy complimentary refreshments. Admission is free.

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Feb 23

Transition Points: Instrumental Music for Two Voices

Sunday, Feb. 23, 4 p.m.

Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall, Shangraw Performance Hall

Be transported as Williamsport Chamber Players Ashley English Tobin and John Paul Tobin perform on historical violins and violas in the intimacy and fine acoustics of Lycoming College Honors Hall. 

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Feb 28

Lycoming College Band Concert and Lycoming College Community Orchestra

Friday, February 28, 7:30 p.m.

Community Arts Center

Come join the Lycoming College Band on a concert for the Williamsport community as they once again get together for a great performance. 

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