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Encyclopedia > Lock Haven University

Founded in 1870 as the Central State Normal School, it joined the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education in 1983 and became Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania, commonly abbreviated LHU. It is a state university and enrolls approximately 4,200 students, along with an additional 500 students at the Clearfield Campus. It is located in the town of Lock Haven in central Pennsylvania, roughly thirty miles from the major towns of Williamsport and State College.


Lock Haven's mascot is the Bald Eagle. They participate in the NCAA Division II as well as the PSAC and the ECAC. An exception is their wrestling program, which participates in Division I.


LHU's previous president Craig Dean Willis retired from Lock Haven in 2004 and nearly immediately began an interim presidency at Eastern Michigan University.


External links

  • Lock Haven University Website (http://www.lhup.edu)
  • Clearfield Campus Website (http://www.lhup.edu/Clearfield/index.html)

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Student Handbook  2004 (14375 words)
Lock Haven University’s Mission statement of providing students with an effective liberal arts education to increase their skills and knowledge is at the very heart of this program.
Lock Haven University is committed to the academic success of all its students and endorses the benefits of on-campus living as a requirement for its students.
Lock Haven University is committed to the protection of students’ right to privacy within the confines of their assigned residence hall rooms or campus apartments.
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