Are you looking for work on campus? Check out the Student Employment Job Board. Offices and departments across campus will post job opportunities. This website is updated regularly as jobs are filled or as they become available. See the Wage Scale, FAQ, and Guidelines for more information on Student Employment of LVC.
From the Office of the Registrar:
Your fall 2014 schedule is now available online. To view it, please log in to MyLVC and select AccessLVC. We have made every effort to provide you with the schedule you requested, but may have had to register you for a different section (at a different time than you requested) or for an alternate course, if provided. After reviewing your schedule, you may find that you will need to make changes. You will have an opportunity to do so during orientation on Friday, August 22, when you will meet with your advisor. You may also make changes to your schedule during the add/drop period, August 25-29.
In addition, transfer and AP credits received to date have been entered and will also appear in AccessLVC on your transcript and your degree audit (a report that allows you to track your progress toward all graduation requirements). Additional credits submitted will be processed as they are received (please allow some time for processing). For more information on these credits, please see our Advanced Placement and transfer credit policies.
Please note that it is possible your schedule may change between now and the start of the semester. We therefore recommend that you review your schedule again when you arrive on campus.
You may obtain textbook information and place orders online by visiting the College Store website.If you have any questions about textbooks for your classes, please call the College Store at (717) 867-6313.
Congratulations #LVC2018 for graduating high school! You made it! The Lebanon Valley College family is so proud of you, and we’re excited to welcome you back on campus later this summer.
Members of the Class of 2014 who enrolled before New Student Advising Days, you probably received an email notifying you about your LVC MeritPage. Here is some need-to-know information for you to make the most of your page!
What is MeritPages?
Lebanon Valley College uses MeritPages from readMedia to publicize your achievements and activities on campus – like studying abroad, making the dean’s list, or winning a scholarship. It creates personalized stories about these accomplishments, publishes them online at MeritPages.com, and sends them to your hometown newspapers. This makes sure you get credit for the good work you’re doing on campus, which helps with summer jobs, internships, and even job interviews and references after graduation.
It’s kind of like getting badges from Foursquare/SCVNGR/GetGlue except that these badges are for real accomlishments instead of just walking around or watching a TV show.
Your achievements are already on MeritPages.com, and Lebanon Valley College will email you a notification with a link to your online achievement each time you earn a new one. Search for your name by clicking here!
What is MeritPages.com?
- All of your online achievements are verified with a badge of approval from LVC. MeritPages then gathers all of your achievements into a profile that represents the beginning of a professional online resume.
- Your online achievements demonstrate to the world that you’ve really accomplished important things at LVC. Because every story is made to rank well in web searches and easy to share in social networks, employers or grad schools will find them when they Google your name.
- You can enhance your MeritPages profile by uploading your photo to make it more personal.
- You and your family can really help get this “good stuff” in front of employers and grad schools by liking them, tweeting them, linking to them (on blogs or other websites), posting them to Tumblr and whatever else you can think of.
- You can also input your own achievements, such as activities, internships, volunteerism, and work experience.
Why is MeritPages.com important for students?
- MeritPages.com helps people who make decisions about internships, grad school, and jobs find the “good stuff” about you by recognizing your accomplishments with badges that show that they’re genuine. It’s like having an online version of your diploma!
- Your MeritPages.com profile creates a positive online identity for post-graduation success. 75% of companies research applicants online, and 70% have rejected applicants based on what they found. LVC and MeritPages.com are helping to give you a leg up in the job search process.
You have made the amazing decision to attend LVC and submitted your enrollment deposit…now what should you be doing?
- Register for New or Transfer Student Advising Day
- Review the “To Do before NSAD” page on this blog
- Watch your mail for a packet of information from Greg Krikorian, vice president of student affairs and dean of students. There are several items of importance including medical forms, Orientation information, and for residents, housing information. These packets are mailed following receipt of your enrollment deposit.
- Join the Class of 2018 Facebook group to get to know your future classmates.
- Follow this blog for information throughout the summer about housing, billing, Orientation, summer activities and more!
Tentative agendas for Advising Day programs are available for your review:
More details about the days will be coming soon. We look forward to seeing freshmen on May 13, 14 or 17 and transfer students on July 11.
View more photos from LVC Live on the Lebanon Valley College Facebook page!
2014 students should attend an Advising Day program to meet your future classmates and their families and to meet with an advisor to prepare your fall schedule. More information will be posted to this site in the coming days.
New Student Advising Days for Freshmen are on May 13, 14 and 17. Register for New Student Advising Day.
Transfer Advising Day is Friday, July 11. Register for Transfer Advising Day.
We look forward to seeing you.
Members of the LVC Class of 2018, the Office of Financial Aid is preparing your aid package for the 2014-15 academic year. If you have completed the FAFSA, your aid package will begin to be mailed March 1.
Please direct any aid package questions to the Office of Financial Aid.
Need some tips to complete the FAFSA? Click here.