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Undeniably Lehigh

Recognized among the nation’s premier research universities, Lehigh offers a rigorous academic community for over 7,000 students.

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interdisciplinary programs spanning multiple colleges


average starting salary of 2017 graduates


student-to-faculty ratio


university in the world recognized as an NGO by the United Nations, with 56 United Nations–related programs every year


undergraduate degree programs and majors


average class size


of our students completed one or more internships or an experiential learning opportunity


undergraduate students took part in research in 2016-17


graduate students


themed residential communities


undergraduate students


acres on three contiguous campuses


NCAA Division I intercollegiate sports for men and women


clubs, including 43 intramural and club sports and 25 fraternities and sororities


of Lehigh undergraduate students participate in an extracurricular activity


hours of community service performed by the Lehigh community


study abroad programs in 74 countries


of students have an international experience, and nearly half of those included applied work like internships or research


countries represented within our campus community


fully funded Iacocca International Internships in about 30 countries every year


graduates in the Lehigh alumni network


of the class of 2017 are employed or attending graduate school within 6 months of graduation


interviews with employers on campus


full-time positions and internships posted on Lehigh's Center for Career & Professional Development job board

Healing Through The Arts

Lehigh Alum Heather Rodale Promotes Healing Through The Arts

Lehigh students’ art work to be showcased in juried art show, which begins Feb. 23

Attorney and advocate Anita Hill speaks at Lehigh University

Attorney and Advocate Anita Hill Urges Engagement, Commitment to Social Change

The women’s rights icon delivered the university’s MLK address to a packed house in Baker Hall.

Lehigh Names Whitney Witt Inaugural Dean of the College of Health

As inaugural dean, Witt will oversee the continued development of the College, which will launch in Fall 2020. 

Inspired Research

Drop Shipping, the New Retail Paradigm

Online retailers have changed the way Americans shop and traditional retailers will have to adapt if they hope to survive.


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Leaders with Purpose

From the classroom to the community, here on campus and around the world, Lehigh students, faculty and alumni are working to enact positive change.

  • Everyday Leaders

    Entrepreneurial Impact

    Lehigh hired John Ochs in 1979 to develop labs and improve its approach to design education. Ochs did that and more: He founded the Technical Entrepreneurship (TE) program and brought the Kern Engineering Entrepreneurship Network (KEEN) to Lehigh. Ochs is retiring after 40 years of impact. “It’s time to let other people—the next generation—figure out how to keep improving engineering entrepreneurship education, and I wish them all the best,” he says.

    John Ochs, Lehigh University
  • Everyday Leaders

    An Iacocca Scholar

    Evan Chansky ’20 worked for an international terminal port operational company in Hong Kong through Lehigh’s Iacocca International Internship Program. As part of a product digitalization and innovation team Chansky assisted with projects, including upgrading a mobile app for Hutchinson Ports. “I now think I can go to any place in the world and figure it out … and that’s an experience I will value for the rest of my life.”

    Evan Chansky
  • Everyday Leaders

    Thinking Big

    As senior vice president of human resources at Amazon, Beth Galetti ’93 oversees one of the largest workforces in the tech industry. Unafraid of new challenges, she was tapped to serve as Amazon’s leader in a new partnership that aims to address rising health care costs. “I like putting myself in places where I’m uncomfortable,” she says. “I like learning all the time.”

    Beth Galetti

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