Academic Services

Graduate Assistantships give students an opportunity to gain practical experience in teaching, research, academic or administrative service under the guidance of a faculty or staff member.
Student Teacher Competency Forms, Placement Forms, Requirements and Opportunities.
680 Robinson Learning Center
Apply for Act 48 credits, Level I to Level II Certification
106 Sloan Fine Arts Building
Teacher Education Programs, Conceptual Framework, Annual Assessment Data, Student Teaching & Field Experience and Teacher Education Newsletters.
611 Robinson Learning Center
Hours M, W 8am-12pm; T, Th 1pm-4pm; F by appointment; Closed daily 12pm-1pm

Campus Services

Here you can generate and purchase your book list as well as shop for  LHU apparel and school supplies.  
Parsons Union Building
Here you will find the required Health Form, the Record Release Form, a list of local physicians and pharmacies, and Student Health Insurance.
Glennon Building
Here you will find information related to technology support (step-by-step guide, password resets (require LHU IDs), registering wireless devices for internet access and Lock Haven University's Technology Usage Policy.
Robinson 506
Telecommunications (Phone) Support: Dial 611 on campus
Student Technology Support Help Desk:
 Faculty/Staff Technology Support Help Desk
Information on a wide array of topics from international study opportunities, student visas, health insurance, opportunities for faculty, and much more.
200B Ulmer Hall
Hours 8am-4pm

Your one stop for books, research, archives, media, databases, etc.  
Stevenson Library Hours are M-TH 7:30am-11pm; F 7:30am-4pm; Sat 10am-5pm; Sun closed
Clearfield Campus Library Hours are M-Th 8am-5pm; F 8am-3pm; Sat/Sun Closed

Here you can find assistance with your personal computer equipment: connection issues, virus and malware removal, reformat, etc. at no cost to students.
Robinson 508
570-484-2286, Option 3

The Trolley is a fast and convenient way to move around campus with stops at several City of Lock Haven destinations including downtown, Wal Mart and East Campus. The trolley schedules are posted here and around campus. The trolley routes begin each weekday morning around 7:00 am and the trolley service concludes around 5:30 pm.

Here you will learn about the tutoring services available as well as becoming a tutor.
Stevenson Library
Betty B. Schantz Tutorial Center and Writing Center
          Location: 2nd Floor, Stephanie A. Wollock Learning Commons, Stevenson Library
          (570) 484-3598
Math Tutoring
          Location: 409 Robinson Learning Center
          (570) 484-3023
Here you will find information regarding LHU police, parking, and environmental health and safety.  You'll also find safety tips, statistics and training information.
Glennon Building

Here you will find information on all of the meal plans and dining services available at LHU.

The Student and Residence Life main office is located in 219 Ulmer but students can also find offices in each of the Residence Halls that can assist with student issues, concerns and questions.  Students can get involved in a variety of activities, programs, events and Hall Council in each Residence Hall.
219 Ulmer & All Residence Halls


Enrollment Services

Here you will find all information related to applying, awarding and maintaining financial aid at LHU.
Ulmer Hall
Here you will find all information related to student scheduling and registration, grade processing, graduation clearance, enrollment and degree verification, official academic records, transcripts, transfer credit evaluations, and academic policies. 
Ulmer Hall
Here you will find all information related to student bills, refunds, student payments and tuition plan options.  Student bills reflect registration, housing, meal plans, scholarships, financial aid and other payments.
Ulmer Hall 

Here you will find information regarding scholarships available for current LHU students.

Student Support Services

Army ROTC prepares college students for military service as commissioned officers in the active Army, or part time in the Army Reserve or Army National Guard.  Scholarship first-year students and non-scholarship first and second-year students may enroll on a trial basis with no commitment to the military.
205 Ulmer Hall
The center provides assistance with academic and social adjustment issues, as well as financial literacy.  
139 Ulmer
Here you will find information on the counseling services available at LHU Main and Clearfield Campuses.
Main Campus: First Floor Ulmer
Clearfield Campus: 130A Founders Hall

Here you will learn more about the disabilities services available on campus.  
114 Ulmer

The faculty and staff from the Act 101 Program provides ongoing professional and peer counseling, study skills instruction and tutorial services. The Summer component provides credit-bearing instruction in writing, learning strategies, reading, and other communication skills. 
132 Ulmer Hall

The HOPE Center exists to support, empower, and enlighten all students about issues of sex, gender, sexual violence, personal safety and health, social justice and educational equity. Our programs and events are designed to foster open discussion and intellectual exchange about these and other issues, to promote an overall sense of well-being, and to create a safe campus climate for all. 

100 Ulmer Hall

Procedures for filing complaints with the university such a grade appeal, sexual harassment, ADA, out-of-state on-line program enrollment, and complaints.
J204 East Campus
The TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) Scholars program objective is to promote the academic success of participants, leading to higher rates of good academic standing (2.0 grade point average or higher), retention (staying in college), and graduation. 
Available services include Best Foot (BFF) Summer Bridge Program, Academic Year Component,  Writing Specialist Services, Financial Literacy Program, Grant Aid Program, Peer Mentor Program, Counselors and Social & Cultural Programs.
117 Ulmer Hall

The TRIO Upward Bound (UB) program is funded by the U.S. Department of Education to provide 56 eligible local high school students (e.g., who are potentially first generation college students, or have limited incomes, or other academic need) with comprehensive resources to support their success in high school and enroll in higher education after high school.

116 Ulmer Hall