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International students pose for photo at LVC International Flag Raising ceremony

International Student Admission

Be challenged and supported.

Wherever you are in the world, you’ll have a home here at Lebanon Ƶ College.

Students come to LVC from across the world to do research with faculty in labs and clinics, compete as Flying Dutchmen athletes, and prepare for successful careers. Your professors will get to know you—we don’t use teaching assistants or graduate Ƶ. The student population is warm, welcoming, and eager to get to know you.

Lebanon Ƶ College is located 20 minutes from Hershey, Pa., and between the three major cities of New York City (3 hours), Washington, D.C. (2.5 hours), and Philadelphia (1.5 hours). Harrisburg International Airport and train stations are all within a half-hour’s drive of campus.

Lebanon Ƶ College works hard to make you feel at home. The Ƶ dedicates itself to providing all students with a unique approach to learning, living, and support services.

How to Apply

Please submit the following documents in order to be considered for admission. Documents can be sent directly to Lebanon Ƶ College (101 North College Avenue, Annville, PA 17003) or via email to international@lvc.edu.

  1. ճ (there is no fee to apply)
  2. Secondary school/high school academic record, secondary school leaving certificate, examination results, and a 3.0 GPA or B average
  3.  of 80 in iBT,  of 6.5, or  of Grade 1
  4. A certified bank or financial statement of at least $47,240.
  5. Certification of Financial Support

Deadlines

  • Spring applicants must submit required documents by December 1.
  • Fall applicants may apply for rolling admission and must submit required documents by July 1.

Secondary School/High School Academic Record

Please ask your counselor, headmaster, or principal to send us certified translations of your official records for grades and examination results such as GCSE, GCE, WAEC, French Baccalaureate, or Abitur.

TOEFL, IELTS, and STEP Eiken Official Score Submission

Please have your official test scores sent directly to Lebanon Ƶ College (101 North College Avenue, Annville, PA 17003). Lebanon Ƶ College’s institutional code for the TOEFL is 2364. Please note that English proficiency scores will be waived for native English speakers, those whose coursework was conducted in English, or students graduating at an advanced level from an approved ESL program (email international@lvc.edu for more information).

Certification of Financial Support

A completed Certification of Financial Support is required for admission and for  consideration. It must be evident that you can provide the funding necessary to study at Lebanon Ƶ College. The minimum proof of support for 2022-23 is $47,240.

#YouAreWelcomeHere Scholarship

Scholarship campaign for first-year international student applicants. LVC will provide at least 2 scholarships with 50% off tuition per year for up to four years to a student who meets the eligibility, completes the , and submits a 500-1,000 word essay or 2-minute video expressing ways in which the applicant will advance intercultural learning and understanding on their future campuses. All scholarship applications and videos should be emailed to international@lvc.edu by February 15. See more information about eligibility requirements on our Scholarships page under the Application Required section.

Enrollment

Upon receipt of your offer of admission, you may enroll by returning your signed enrollment form and submitting your non-refundable enrollment deposit. View LVC’s tuition and enrollment wiring instructions.

How to Apply

Please submit the following documents in order to be considered for admission. Documents can be sent directly to Lebanon Ƶ College (101 North College Avenue, Annville, PA 17003) or via email to international@lvc.edu.

  1. The Common Application or the  (there is no fee to apply)
  2. Secondary school/high school academic record, secondary school leaving certificate, examination results, and a 3.0 GPA or B average
  3.  of 80 in iBT,  of 6.5, or  of Grade 1
  4. A certified financial statement of at least $47,240.
  5. Certification of Financial Support
  6. Official university transcripts from all institutions attended. A course-by-course evaluation of all foreign university transcripts by an independent service based in the United States is required. Ի are two suggested evaluators.
  7. International Student Transfer Form – Students who are transferring from another institution within the United States must complete the top portion of this form. The bottom of the form should be completed by a Designated School Official (DSO) when you near completion of your studies at that institution.

Deadlines

  • Spring applicants must submit required documents by December 1.
  • Fall applicants may apply for rolling admission and must submit required documents by July 1.

Secondary School/High School Academic Record

Please ask your counselor, headmaster, or principal to send us certified translations of your official records for grades and examination results such as GCSE, GCE, WAEC, French Baccalaureate, or Abitur.

TOEFL, IELTS, and STEP Eiken Official Score Submission

Please have your official test scores sent directly to Lebanon Ƶ College (101 North College Avenue, Annville, PA 17003). Lebanon Ƶ College’s institutional code for the TOEFL is 2364.

Certification of Financial Support

A completed Certification of Financial Support is required for admission and for  consideration. It must be evident that you can provide the funding necessary to study at Lebanon Ƶ College. Minimum proof of support for 2022–2023 is $47,240.

Enrollment

Upon receipt of your offer of admission, you may enroll by returning your signed enrollment form and submitting your non-refundable enrollment deposit. View LVC’s tuition and enrollment wiring instructions.

Lebanon Ƶ College welcomes international students to apply to the following graduate degree programs.

We value our international students’ contribution to our dynamic, innovative, and collaborative environment. We believe you will find we have much to offer in return.

How to Apply

Applicants must complete the graduate application process and submit all additional required program-specific admissions requirements as outlined on the program website. In addition, international applicants should submit the following documents to complete their applications and be considered for admission. Documents can be sent directly to Lebanon Ƶ College (101 North College Avenue, Annville, PA 17003) or via email to graduateadmission@lvc.edu.

  • Application Supplement for international applicants
    • Also, if applicable, please supply copies of any passports, U.S. Visas, and/or I-20 forms you currently possess.
  • Official university transcripts from all institutions attended. A course-by-course evaluation of all foreign university transcripts by an independent service based in the United States is required. Ի are two suggested evaluators.
    • Please have your official evaluation sent directly to Lebanon Ƶ College.
  •  of 80 in iBT,  of 6.5, or  of Grade 1.
  • Certification of Financial Support
    • A completed Certification of Financial Support (PDF) is required for admission and for consideration. It must be evident that you can provide the funding necessary to study and live at Lebanon Ƶ College.
  • A certified bank or financial statement showing financial resources needed for tuition, housing, and cost of living.

Deadlines

Application deadlines and start terms vary by program and are outlined below.

MAT:
International students may begin the MAT Program in May. To be considered for admission, applicants must submit required documents by February 1.

DPT:
International students may begin the DPT Program in May. To be considered for admission, applicants must submit required documents by February 1.

Acceptance and Enrollment

After receipt of your offer of admission, you must notify the Lebanon Ƶ College Graduate & Professional Studies Office of your intention to attend by completing the Enrollment Confirmation Form within 10 days of your admission offer. Requests for an extension will be considered on a case-by-case basis. The enrollment form is required to proceed with full acceptance. Please be sure to include your arrival date and your housing needs. If you intend to live off campus, please notify our office of those arrangements as soon as possible, including the address.

On-Campus Housing

Housing is available on a limited basis for international graduate students; please inquire about housing as soon as possible during the application process. In order to qualify for on-campus housing, students must comply with all health requirements stipulated by Lebanon Ƶ College’s Office of Residential Life. Immunization records and proof of health insurance must be submitted in order to be eligible for on-campus housing.

Lebanon Ƶ College does not offer Ƶ with immigration and student visa applications, travel, accommodations, or off-campus housing.

LVC Scholarship Guarantee

2024–25 Merit Levels

Scholarship Name Amount
Board of Trustees $34,000 Per Year
Presidential Scholarship $32,000 Per Year
Dean’s Scholarship $30,000 Per Year
Alfred Tennyson Sumner Scholarship $28,000 Per Year
Mary A. Weiss Scholarship $26,000 Per Year

 

Undergraduate international students who are enrolled full-time are eligible for the five levels of merit-based awards offered by Lebanon Ƶ College to select highly qualified students. As a student admitted for the fall 2024 or spring 2025 semester, your merit award will include at least $26,000 in annual renewable scholarships per year—guaranteed—and could be as high as $34,000 per year. That means you could get up to $136,000 in LVC scholarships recognizing your achievements!

LVC grants and scholarships are awarded for up to a maximum of eight semesters or until completion of the first undergraduate degree, whichever comes first. Students must also be making Satisfactory Academic Progress.

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