Chip Edmonds provides an update on the Campaign for a Greater Lycoming.
Esther and John Strongman are helping improve access for African-American scholars in pursuit of a liberal arts degree.
Plaque commemorates Warrior Honor Pledge.
Nearly 500 alumni and friends attended Lycoming’s Alumni & Reunion Weekend 2017.
Staunch supporters, Carmela and Steve Bobick, are continuing a long tradition with their endowed scholarship fund.
Courtney Hannum ’18 and Zachary High ’18 take second place at state-wide research conference.
Students and their families came together to honor the generosity of donors.
Lycoming is delighted to announce the successful completion of the Student Retention Fund Match Program
Dedicated alumna Angela Bednarczyk ’68 is making plans today for students tomorrow
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John “Jack” Hollenback Endowed Scholarship Fund established for business students
Lycoming College will begin to Transform the Campus.
Lycoming, Williamsport one step closer to revamping “Old City"
The Enstine Match recognizes the value of high-quality internships.
Lycoming sophomore Michael Alan Dressler Jr. is a recipient of the Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Endowed Scholarship.
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Lycoming College officials are thinking big. Really big.
With a mind for making Lycoming College one of the nation's top liberal arts institutions and strengthening its connections to the city, college officials on Saturday announced a $65 million capital campaign.
College seeks to enhance campus and raise funds for scholarships, learning opportunities
Despite what is a challenging time for higher education, this is an ideal moment for Lycoming. We are well-positioned to attract and recruit the best and brightest young people. Support young scholars by donating to an endowed scholarship.
Years from now we want to look back on this moment and know we took up the challenge to maximize this College’s destiny – FUELING THE GREATEST ERA OF LYCOMING COLLEGE YET.