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Lebanon Valley College Enrolled 487 First-Year Students, Included in that Number are 9 NJ Residents

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ANNVILLE, PA (09/17/2021)-- LVC is proud to announce its largest first-year class in history. The 487 new students surpassed the 478 new enrollees in 2019. Aside from last years' COVID-affected enrollment across the country, LVC has welcomed record classes of new enrollees in four of the past five years.

Local students include:

Cheyenne Wilk of Burlington (08016), a graduate of Burlington Township High School, who is planning to pursue a degree in biochemistry and molecular ciology.

Lucey Walton of Medford (08055), a graduate of Shawnee High School, who is planning to pursue a degree in creative writing.

Madison Ayers of Franklinville (08322), a graduate of Delsea Regional High School, who is planning to pursue a degree in early childhood education.

India Marshall of Mount Holly (08060), a graduate of Rancocas Valley High School, who is planning to pursue a degree in early childhood education.

Tatiana Gonzales of Pennsauken (08110), a graduate of Pennsauken High School, who is planning to pursue a degree in music education.

Margaret Neyer of Logan Twp (08085), a graduate of Kingsway Regional High School, who is planning to pursue a degree in neuroscience.

Alicia Gotts of Magnolia (08049), a graduate of Paul VI High School, who is planning to pursue a degree in psychology.

Kayleigh Kmet of Hainesport (08036), a graduate of Lenape High School, who is planning to pursue a degree in speech-language pathology.

Elizabeth Lake of Palmyra (08065), a graduate of Palmyra High School, who is planning to pursue a degree in speech-language pathology.

About Lebanon Valley College

For four consecutive years (2018-2021), Lebanon Valley College has been listed as #1 in Pennsylvania for graduate job placement by the career guidance site Zippia.com, using federal data.

Lebanon Valley College offers more than 50 undergraduate majors and graduate degrees in accounting/MBA (3+1), applied kinesiology, athletic training, business administration, clinical exercise physiology, clinical mental health counseling, education, intelligence and security studies, music education, speech-language pathology, sport performance, and STEM education, and numerous graduate certificates. The College employs 122 full-time faculty members; of the permanent faculty, 83 percent have Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degrees. The student-faculty ratio is 12:1, with an average class size of 20. These numbers reflect the College's commitment to student-centered curricula, individualized attention, and immersive learning experiences.

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