Member Colleges and Universities
While diverse in size, focus, and enrollments, our member colleges and universities are united by their commitment to world-class liberal arts education. Each boasts in-demand faculty and a vibrant, intellectual environment. As major employers, they support the economic soundness of the greater Lehigh Valley and increase the region’s overall quality of life. Additionally, members offer abundant cultural, artistic and public affairs programming which community residents can access and enjoy year-round.
Founded in 1867, an all-women liberal arts college dedicated to preparing the whole student for life
Founded originally in 1962 as Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales, a Catholic university dedicated to higher education according to the philosophy of Christian humanism.
Founded in 1826, a nationally recognized residential college offering undergraduate liberal arts and engineering programs
Founded by Asa Packer in 1865, a premier residential research university offering undergraduate and graduate programs
Founded in 1742 and America’s sixth-oldest college, a Moravian values-based college offering undergraduate and graduate programs
Founded in 1848, a college offerings liberal arts education and pre-professional studies