Lebanon Valley College Acceptance Rate, Average GPA, SAT and ACT Scores

Lebanon Valley College was founded in 1866 by the Church of the United Brethren in Christ. The college began with a focus on liberal arts and sciences, but has since grown to offer over 30 majors in a variety of fields. Initially, only men were admitted to the college, but it became coeducational in 1953. Since then, the college has welcomed students from all backgrounds and faiths and is now a diverse community of learners.

The college’s academic program has also grown significantly since its founding. In addition to traditional liberal arts and sciences courses, Lebanon Valley College offers professional programs in business, education and nursing as well as pre-professional programs such as pre-medicine and pre-law. The college also offers graduate studies in education, business administration and physical therapy.

Lebanon Valley College is committed to providing students with an enriching learning experience both inside and outside of the classroom. Students have access to a variety of opportunities such as internships, study abroad programs and student organizations that help them build their skillset while making connections with their peers. The college also boasts strong athletic teams that compete at NCAA Division III level and provides students with numerous recreational activities such as intramural sports, club sports teams and outdoor recreation trips. Check gradphysics for information about GMAT.

Lebanon Valley College, as one of the top colleges ranked by major educational institutions, has impressed us by its high selectivity and student friendly application process during admissions. The following tables detail 2018 class profile, including total applications received, average high school GPA, SAT scores/ACT scores, and acceptance rates of Lebanon Valley College. To learn more about GPA, SAT and ACT scores information, please follow the links below. If you want to find even more about Lebanon Valley College, such as tuition fees and scholarships, you can click the link after tables to visit the school’s official website.

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Admissions Stats

Lebanon Valley College is a private college located in Annville, PA. The college was founded in 1866 and has since grown to become one of the most prestigious institutions of higher education in the region. The school’s enrollment for the 2019-2020 academic year was 2,621 students with a student-faculty ratio of 11:1. The average class size is 18 students. The acceptance rate for Lebanon Valley College is 81%. Approximately 86% of enrolled students are from Pennsylvania, while 9% come from out-of-state. Nearly 73% of students are female and 27% are male. Additionally, approximately 54% of students identify as White/Caucasian, 22% as Asian/Pacific Islander, 7% as Hispanic/Latino, 7% as Black/African American, and 10% as multiracial or other ethnicities.

Fall 2022 Selectivity

Selectivity selective
Fall 2022 acceptance rate 70%
Early decision acceptance rate N/A
Early action acceptance rate N/A
Acceptance rate (excluding early action and early decision students) 70%

Fall 2022 Applications, Acceptances & Enrollments

Applicants 2,633
Female applicants 1,315
Male applicants 1,318
Applicants accepted 1,833
Female applicants accepted 986
Male applicants accepted 847
Freshman enrollment 460
Female freshman enrollment 245
Male freshman enrollment 215
Early decision applicants N/A
Early decision applicants accepted N/A
Early decision applicants enrolled N/A
Early action applicants N/A
Early action applicants accepted N/A
Early action applicants enrolled N/A
Total enrolled incoming freshmen who were accepted under early acceptance or early action N/A

Fall 2022 Wait List

School has a wait list No
Applicants placed on wait list N/A
Students accepting place on wait list N/A
Students accepted from wait list N/A

Fall 2022 High School Rank

Freshman students submitting high school class standing 87%

Fall 2022 High School GPA

Freshman students submitting high school GPA N/A
Average high school GPA N/A
High school GPA 25th-75th percentile range N/A
GPA breakdown N/A

Fall 2022 Freshman SAT Scores

Freshman students submitting SAT scores 88%
SAT Critical Reading average score 532
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th percentile range 480-590
SAT Math average score 559
SAT Math 25th-75th percentile range: 500-620
SAT Writing average score 526
SAT Writing 25th-75th percentile range 470-570
SAT Essay 25th-75th percentile range N/A

Fall 2022 Freshman ACT Scores

Freshman students submitting ACT scores 19%
Average ACT Composite score 24
ACT Composite 25th-75th percentile range 21-28
ACT English 25th-75th percentile range 20-26
ACT Math 25th-75th percentile range 22-28