Tour our 35-acre campus with a potential future classmate. Sit in on a Global Business Strategies or a Stage Makeup class. Grab lunch and chat with current students at Café 1812 or Wertz Dining Hall. Spend the night in one of our residence halls and grab a late night snack at Jack’s, after you attend one of many social outings or campus club meetings.

Our visiting options put you at the center of the action, so you can see what it’s really like to be a student here. Whether you have an hour or a day to spend in Williamsport, we have a visiting option to match that. All you have to do is let us know how we can help.

Summer Preview

Summer Preview Days offer an introduction to life at Lycoming through campus tours, dining with faculty, and learning about our “go-and-do” approach to student life inside and outside the classroom.

Register for a Preview Day

Campus Visit

We’d love to have you join us. Meet with an admissions counselor, take a tour of the campus, or even spend the day! With options offered throughout the year, you can choose the date and time that works best for you. (Remember: the sooner the better!)

Request a Visit

Open House

Open houses are designed to give students and their families an in-depth look at Lycoming’s academics, hands-on learning opportunities, and student life.

More information coming soon.

WHY Williamsport?

As much as we like to tell students Why Lycoming?, we have just as much fun answering the question, Why Williamsport?

Our campus sits less than two miles from the Susquehanna River and less than two blocks from vibrant downtown Williamsport. Not only is Williamsport a popular student destination for work and play, it’s also home to artists, scholars, athletes, and professionals. Picture the peaceful serenity of changing leaves on the nearby hills, colorful sunsets, and clear-blue running waters. Now, pair that with the opportunity and liveliness of a bustling city—one that was ranked the seventh fastest growing in the U.S by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.

That’s why Williamsport.