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Why Lycoming?

100% of Lycoming students receive scholarships and/or financial aid
12:1 student-to-faculty ratio
95% of the Class of 2020 entered graduate school or found employment within 6-12 months after graduation
16K alumni in the Lycoming network
100% of Lycoming students participate in internships, study abroad, undergraduate research, or other applied learning experiences
37% of Lycoming students are domestic students of color or international

Beyond the Books

Students rekindle the country's extraordinary spirit of togetherness and compassion through 9/11 Day of Service

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U.S. News and World Report, Best Colleges 2022, Social Mobility
The Princeton Review: The 387 Best Colleges, 2022
Washington Monthly: 2021 Best Liberal Arts Colleges
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Washington Monthly: 2021 Best Bang for the Buck Colleges
College Factual Best Value - Best Nationwide
College Factual Overall Diversity - Best Nationwide
College Factual Gender Diversity - Best Nationwide
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Lycoming College breaks ground on new music building

In October 2021, Lycoming College broke ground on the College’s new music building, located on the southeast corner of Basin and Fourth streets in Williamsport’s Old City neighborhood. The 14,000-square-foot facility will connect to the existing Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall, providing easy access to the popular music venue, Shangraw Performance Hall.

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Lycoming Biology Field Station awarded $325,089 grant

The Lycoming Biology Field Station, Inc. (LBFS, Inc.), a non-profit corporation and wholly owned subsidiary of Lycoming College, today announced it won a Commonwealth Financial Authority (CFA) grant totaling $325,089 for the restoration of the Loyalsock Creek area adjacent to the field station. Flooding issues at the LBFS have grown more severe in recent years, and the grant will enable Lycoming College biology students to proactively implement conservation and best management practices that reduce flooding issues on the property, as well as those properties of surrounding landowners.

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An internship with an Honest mission

As students plan and register for spring classes, they are also beginning to think of what the summer will hold. Last year, rather than return home and work part-time until the start of the academic year, Milca Lopez Perez ’23, computational communication major and computer science minor from Los Angeles, decided to seek an internship through the Center for Enhanced Academic Experiences (CEAE).

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Events

Nov 19

Kristen Tordella-Williams

Nov. 19 - Jan. 22

Lycoming College Art Gallery

Kristen Tordella-Williams is an interdisciplinary artist and arts educator based in the American South. The themes in her body of artwork revolve around the past’s impact on our present, as well as labor, both personal and communal. A gallery talk is scheduled for Nov. 19 at 5:30 p.m. The exhibit is free and open to the public.

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Dec 12

Candlelight Service

Sunday, Dec. 12, 7 p.m.

St. Joseph the Worker Parish

Following a long-held tradition, Lycoming College invites students, faculty, and the greater Williamsport community to ring in the holidays with its annual Christmas Candlelight Service.

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Feb 23

Nunsense

February 23-26, 7:30 p.m.

Mary L. Welch Theatre

In this funny, irreverent, and charming musical, the nuns known as the Little Sisters of Hoboken are putting on a show to raise money to bury sisters accidently poisoned by the convent cook, Sister Julia (Child of God). With a wide range of musical styles, and a recently-updated script full of gags, jokes, and heart, Nunsense truly IS “habit forming”! By Dan Goggin; Directed by Dr. Biliana Stoytcheva-Horissian.

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