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We invest in affordability 85% of students receive need-based financial aid.
Student-to-faculty ratio 11:1 You don't have to fight to be seen — it's inevitable.
Learning beyond the classroom is in our DNA 100%of Lycoming students complete an enhanced academic experience, including internships, study abroad, and undergraduate research.
We look like the world 37% of students are domestic students of color or international.
We launch careers 99% of the Class of 2021 was employed or in graduate school 6-12 months after graduation.
We're ready for you 16k alumni worldwide excel in every field, ready to support fellow Warriors.

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Our Graduates Are Career-Ready


Lycoming College seniors engaged in career preparation activities at almost twice the rate of other college seniors.

Met with a career advisor
Got help with their resume
Participated in mock interviews
2 out of every 3 Lycoming seniors have discussed their career interests and goals with a faculty member (compared to just 44% of seniors at peer institutions).
Lycoming seniors engage in career planning talks, panels, and workshops at a rate 22% higher than their national peers.
Nearly half of Lycoming seniors participate in a major- or career-related co-curricular activity (such as a student/professional organization or honor society) compared to less than one-third of seniors nationally.

*Statistics shown are from the 2021 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)

Lycoming hosts physics society conference

Lycoming College was honored to host the Society of Physics Students’ (SPS) annual Zone 3 Meeting, welcoming nearly 70 students from 12 different colleges and universities for a conference, providing undergraduate students the opportunity to meet and discuss physics with peers and professionals in their fields.

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The Black Student Union presents a gallery exhibition in celebration of Black History Month

In a continuing celebration of Black History Month on the Lycoming College campus, the Black Student Union (BSU) unveiled a gallery exhibition presenting various forms of art created by Black students. The exhibit, located in the Fine Arts Building Campus Art Gallery (FA101), was later relocated to East Hall Coffeehouse for a “Night of the Arts” event.

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Lycoming awarded $150,000 from the National Endowment for the Humanities

Lycoming College was awarded $150,000 over two years from the National Endowment for the Humanities in support of the College’s Center for Humanities Research, which opened in January 2022 to support undergraduate humanities research and experiential learning opportunities.

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Mar 29

9 to 5 The Musical

March 29 - April 1, 7:30 p.m.

Mary L. Welch Theatre

Based on the 1980 movie, 9 to 5 is a musical comedy surrounding three secretaries from completely different backgrounds who bond over a mutual frustration – their boss! This production is a delight to audiences full of toe-tapping, heartwarming and fun music. Music and lyrics by Dolly Parton, book by Patricia Resnick. Directed by Biliana Stoytcheva-Horissian.

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Mar 31

Senior Art Show

March 31 - May 18

Lycoming College Art Gallery

The Senior Show is the culmination of thesis projects for all seniors with a major in studio art, and all studio art majors are required to produce a cohesive body of professional work to exhibit, including an artist statement. In addition to those majoring in the art program, all graduating art minors will display works at the show.

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Apr 1

Making Thirteen Clocks Strike as One: Race, Fear, and the American Founding

Saturday, April 1, 5 p.m.

Trogner Presentation Room, Krapf Gateway Center

Robert Parkinson, Ph.D., will deliver the keynote address at the inaugural Lycoming College Undergraduate Humanities Research Conference, exploring how racial fear helped to unite the thirteen colonies against the British.

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