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Why Lycoming?

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.

Beyond the Books

Wertz Scholar finds “life skills” during study abroad in Barcelona

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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 College receives $10,000 to support environmental education

Lycoming College received a generous contribution of $10,000 from PPL to support high school-level educational programming at the Waterdale Environmental Center (WEEC), a joint effort between Lycoming College’s Clean Water Institute (CWI) and the Williamsport Municipal Water Authority (WMWA).

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Theatre students honored at Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

Fourteen Lycoming College theatre majors and minors participated in this year’s Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF), Region 2 at West Chester University, Jan.17-21. The theatre department takes a group of students to the festival each year to provide them with the opportunity to showcase their talents, present their work, compete with students from over 50 other universities and colleges in the nine-state region, and attend workshops led by theatre professionals.

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Fashion show helps students exercise Spanish language skills, photography skills

Students enrolled in Elementary Spanish II at Lycoming College had the opportunity recently to strengthen their vocabulary by holding a live fashion show. Serving as announcers and models, students utilized their Spanish language skills to describe clothing by style, color, fabric, and price, as others sashayed along the catwalk showing off themed outfits from nightwear to winter clothes, sports gear, formal wear, and more. In addition, several art majors gain photography experience by capturing the show in photos.

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Dec 11

Faculty Art Show

Dec. 2 - Feb. 18

Lycoming College Art Gallery

The Lycoming College Art Gallery will feature the works of its faculty for a show that is free and open to the public. A gallery talk is slated for Dec. 2 at 5:30 p.m.

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Feb 7

Yucatec Maya Identity Revitalization Through Three-Tier Collaborative Research

Tuesday, Feb. 7, 4:30 p.m.

Trogner Presentation Room, Krapf Gateway Building

Adolfo Iván Batún-Alpuche, Ph.D., will discuss his work in the field of community archaeology and Maya identity revitalization.

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Feb 18

February Open House

Saturday, Feb. 18

Lycoming College Campus

Open House events offer students an in-depth look at life at Lycoming. Get insider tips on the admissions and financial aid process, meet our faculty, learn about our academics and hands-on approach, see what students engage in outside of the classroom, and of course, tour our beautiful campus.

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