Visitors & Community
Lebanon Valley College welcomes our surrounding community to participate in the many programs, camps, and facilities we offer on campus.
"Summer at the Valley" Summer Enrichment Courses
Summer non-credit workshops and courses, with something for all age groups and diverse interests.
Offered over the summer, our faculty guided book reviews are a seasonal favorite.
Community Music Institute (CMI)
CMI provides opportunities for private instrumental and voice instruction, recital venues, ensemble participation, and a full curricula of Kindermusik, a preschool group music instruction program.
Daniel Fox Summer Scholars Camps
A one-week, non-credit summer program that enables exceptional high school students to preview college life by taking intensive workshops in the sciences, social sciences, or humanities.
High School Scholar Program
Qualified high school students may attend daytime classes during the fall and spring semesters at LVC. This program provides high school students the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school at a reduced tuition cost.
Lebanon Valley Education Partnership (LVEP)
LVEP encourages children in the city of Lebanon to study, stay in school, and aspire to attend college.
Senior Citizen Scholar Program
Summer Music Camp
Lebanon Valley College is pleased to announce a new senior citizen audit policy. Persons 62 years of age or older are welcome to audit undergraduate courses offered on the LVC campus during the fall and spring semesters on a space available basis. The audit option is limited to non-lab and non-professional courses and does not apply to individual music instruction, independent study or internships. Audited courses are not for college credit and will not be graded. The audit fee is $60 per course and does not include the cost of textbooks or other course materials. Registrations will be accepted on the first day of the semester. Call or e-mail the Graduate Studies & Continuing Education office at 717-867-6213 or email@example.com to obtain a course schedule or to register.
Dedicated to high school students in grades 9-12, these young musicians receive the kind of personal attention from our music department's faculty that is carefully designed to help improve individual and group performance. Students are encouraged to plan their own program while selecting from a mix of ensembles, seminars and private instruction.