Current Projects

Current Projects

There are a variety of ways to give to Penn State Lehigh Valley. Below is a sampling of some of the projects that are currently prominent at the campus. We invite you to get involved!

Nittany Lion Terrace & Student Plaza

Located at the front of the campus building, the Nittany Lion Terrace is a sculpted area surrounding the famous Nittany Lion shrine statue. The Student Plaza, which was opened in 2015, boasts a beautiful water feature, beautiful landscaping, and even a Nittany Lion mascot bench.

Walkways, benches and gardens in both areas provide a peaceful setting to gather for students, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends. Inscribed bricks and stone pavers are available, as are naming opportunities on benches, gardens, and trees.

The Ronald K. De Long Gallery & Community Gallery

Opened in 2010, The Ronald K. De Long Gallery at Penn State Lehigh Valley is an impressive space for displaying visual arts from local and national artists. The Community Gallery, which was opened in 2016, is a space that displays visual arts created by local high school and college age students. Friends of the galleries provide valuable support that allows for new exhibitions and free community viewings.