Will in-person classes resume in the fall?
We are currently preparing for classes to resume in a traditional in-person format.
Can I still pay my enrollment deposit?
Yes, there is still time to enroll for the Fall 2020 semester!
Deposits can be made online or via check mailed to:
Office of Admissions - Lock Haven University
106 Durrwachter Alumni Conference Center
401 North Fairview Street, Lock Haven, PA 17745
My SAT/ACT test date has been canceled. How do I submit my scores?
Lock Haven University has extended the test optional policy for prospective students
seeking consideration for the Spring 2021 or Fall 2021 entry terms. The Office of
Admissions will continue to thoroughly review each applicant and, when necessary,
require additional information such as an essay, graded paper, or interview with an
admission counselor. Certain majors do not qualify for this waiver.
*Those majors include Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Health Science, Nursing, and Physics.
How will Pass/Fail grading affect my offer of admission?
If a school changes the grading scale to Pass/No Pass or Credit/No Credit this will not impact a student’s admission to Lock Haven University.
The College Board announced changes to the AP testing format. Will this affect how LHU will award credit for AP exams?
No changes have been made in regards to AP credits. Lock Haven University will accept any Advanced Placement (AP) courses for credit with a score of 3 or better on the College Board Advanced Placement examination. In most cases, courses will transfer either as a general education requirement or as elective credit.
For credit to be evaluated and awarded, official copies of AP credits and scores must be sent directly from the College Board testing service. For more specific information on the awarding of credit, please contact the Registrar's Office at 570-484-2006
Are campus visits and information sessions being offered?
Virtual information sessions continue to be offered and in-person visitation will resume on Monday, July 13th. Space is limited for in-person visits and registration is required.
My family’s income has changed due to COVID-19. What options do I have to update my financial information?
If a student’s financial circumstances change after the FAFSA was filed and there was an extraordinary circumstance that resulted in a loss of income, a reduction of income review might be warranted. On occasion a special circumstance may arise that make the FAFSA data an inaccurate picture of a family's ability to pay. Please reach out to our Financial Aid office at 570-484-2424 or firstname.lastname@example.org to speak with a Financial Counselor.
When will I receive my Fall schedule?
All first-year student schedules will be created over the summer by the Registrar’s Office. When designing a schedule, the Registrar will consider courses required for your major as well as course availability. You will be able to drop/add to suit your needs during the first week of classes.
Will summer orientation sessions be offered?
Yes, first-year student orientation sessions will now be offered in an online format. Students will be notified once the summer calendar is created.