Lebanon Valley College offers a "well-rounded liberal arts education" in "a close-knit educational environment." Students say, "LVC is a challenging school" that "strives to provide an excellent education and college experience for its students." Lebanon is known for its "amazing science department" and for offering students "the opportunity to get individualized attention from all professors." A junior says, "LVC is all about offering a challenging and rewarding degree program to students up to the challenge," and another student agrees: LVC offers an "opportunity to study with some of the best professors and fellow students in an intimate environment." Professors are considered
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