Now open until 10pm Sunday through Thursday nights, Rathbone is a unique campus restaurant with a gorgeous view. Featuring eight culinary platforms, Rathbone has plenty of options to satisfy any cravings. The full time Registered Dietitian has an office located within Rathbone to assist in answering any nutrition questions.
Global inspirations from around the world. The signature noodle bowls are a favorite among guests. Hale and Hearty soups, Peet’s coffee and tea, and grab and go items are also available.
Located on the lower level of the Fairchild Library, the café features Peet’s Coffee and Teas. The Peet brand continually strives to raise the bar for the American coffee industry, while always delivering a great tasting cup for those who truly love coffee. Fresh bakery items, oatmeal and bottled beverages are also available for those non-coffee guests.
Real Estate Services is responsible for managing all aspects of the University's real estate operations within the framework provided by the University’s master plan, including the acquisition, lease, development and disposition of real estate as well as property management.
Lehigh University EMS responds to medical and traumatic emergencies 24/7 when classes are in-session. LUEMS also provides campus training in First Aid and CPR. The organization is professionally staffed by student, faculty, and staff volunteers.
The Office of Sustainability encourages and facilitates sustainability efforts of students, faculty, and staff and initiates programs that contribute to a sustainable Lehigh. We work to make Lehigh University a model of sustainability and to integrate social equity, environmental stewardship, and economic prosperity into university operations and life. The Office of Sustainability works with campus and community partners to create a culture of sustainability on Lehigh's campus.
Houses Communications and Public Affairs on the fourth floor, Government Relations and Economic Development on the third floor and Community and Regional Affairs on the third floor.
Accessible entrances: Full wheelchair access Lehigh University's Police Department moved its headquarters to a new 12,000 square-foot state-of-the-art facility in Spring 2016, located on the site of the former Windish Hall.