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 closedClearfield Campus Library Hours are M-Th 8am-5pm; F 8am-3pm; Sat/Sun Closed570-484-2309
East Campus, Room J204570-484-2014
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 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
Here you will find information regarding scholarships available for current LHU students.
Here you will learn more about the disabilities services available on campus. 114 Ulmer570-484-2454
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. 570-484-2111
100 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.
Printable version of the important Academic, Financial, and Housing dates.
For a list of all academic courses and their descriptions.
For a complete list of graduate majors and programs available at LHU along with links to the departments and brochures.
For a complete list of undergraduate majors and programs available at LHU along with links to the departments, check sheets, and brochures.
Here you will find LHU athletic schedules and sports information.
Here you will find information pertaining to the Center for Career and Professional Development as well as on-campus student job postings and career related events. 206 Ulmer 570-484-2181
Here you will find information on how to get involved in community service opportunities, service learning projects, civic engagement events, and alternative school breaks throughout the globe.
The Office of Environmental Health and Safety provides advice and guidance on occupational and environmental health and safety issues to the Lock Haven University community. 32 Glenn Road 570-484-2278
Here you can learn more about Greek Life at LHU.
Learn more about the LHU band and find the schedule of events.
Here you will find information regarding the Safe Zone program, LGBTQ resources, gender neutral bathroom directory, and Ally training.
The Student Activities Council is responsible for over 100 registered clubs and organizations available at LHU as well as issuing LHU Student ID Cards. Upper Level of the PUB570-484-2125
Here you can find membership information, classes and sport schedules.
Studying in another country is one of the most exciting opportunities that LHU extends to all undergraduate students, regardless of their major. LHU offers 30 exchange programs during the semester and academic year, and different faculty-led programs during winter, spring break, and summer. Students interested in studying abroad should visit or contact the Institute for International Studies for more information.203 Ulmerinternational@lockhaven.edu