Built for Tomorrow At Lehigh, we believe that with every challenge comes opportunity. Together we can tackle some of the biggest issues facing our planet—bettering ourselves, and the world, on the way. As one of the nation’s most distinguished private research universities, we are built to offer a unique undergraduate experience marked by abundant opportunities and resources, and the support you’ll need to accomplish whatever you set out to do. Here, you’ll join a dynamic and collaborative community that will push you to be your best both in and out of the classroom. lehigh.edu An architecture student presents a project in Building C on Lehigh’s Mountaintop Campus, an innovative space that allows for creativity, collaboration and experiential learning. 9:1 student-tofaculty ratio 95% of the class of 2020 were employed or attending graduate school within 6 months of graduation 100+ programs & majors ⊲

250 study abroad programs in 74 countries 93% of Lehigh undergraduate students participate in an extracurricular activity 5,203 undergraduate students

Iacocca International Internship Program The Iacocca International Internship Program provides fully funded work and research opportunities overseas in the summer. With options in roughly 30 countries, you’ll find a wide variety of hands-on international experiences for students in most majors, including a combination of academic and professional work, research, or group projects. Lehigh@NasdaqCenter As the singular academic partner of Nasdaq, Lehigh has collaborated on the Lehigh@NasdaqCenter in San Francisco to foster the next generation of innovators through opportunities that educate, connect and inspire students and entrepreneurs around the world. The Center provides a powerful ecosystem of academic, nonprofit and industry partners focused on creating societal impact. Intercollegiate Interdisciplinary Programs Lehigh’s intercollegiate interdisciplinary programs, Computer Science and Business Program (CSB), Integrated Degree in Engineering, Arts and Sciences (IDEAS) and Integrated Business and Engineering Honors Program (IBE), teach students to fuse thinking from across colleges to solve problems and succeed in real-world environments. United Nations Partnership Lehigh just the sixth university in the world to have official recognition as a nongovernmental organization (NGO) by the United Nations. This NGO status means you’ll have the opportunity to attend UN conferences and private briefings, intern with UN NGO offices worldwide, serve as a youth delegate and host ambassadors and UN delegates on campus. More than 180 Lehigh University students have served as UN Youth Representatives. FACULTY MENTORSHIP Lehigh’s esteemed faculty work within and across a variety of disciplines to tackle some of society’s greatest challenges through their research and teaching. You’ll encounter dedicated professors who serve as mentors, encouraging curiosity and collaborating with students in a dynamic research environment. CREATIVE INQUIRY Creative inquiry at Lehigh invites you to pursue new academic, creative and artistic pathways that lead to transformative new innovations, expressions and questions. The Mountaintop Summer Experience, a student-driven program to propel projects toward making a tangible impact, is just one of the creative inquiry opportunities you’ll find on campus. Uniquely Lehigh Opportunities Lehigh provides a world-class experience that develops students who are built to creatively solve problems, collaborate on all levels and make an impact on humanity. Here you’ll find everything you’d expect of a renowned university—rigorous academic programs, handson experiences and innovative research—and much more than that. A wide range of unique-to-Lehigh opportunities will prepare you to tackle the challenges of today, and tomorrow. lehigh.edu/academics

A Dynamic Community Discovery, challenge and growth aren’t limited to the classroom and lab. The Lehigh community is diverse and inclusive, and our students are involved, accomplished and full of school spirit. From clubs and activities to campus-wide events and our college town of South Bethlehem, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to discover things about yourself and the world around you. lehigh.edu/studentlife 200+ clubs, including 41 intramural and club sports 25 NCAA Division I intercollegiate sports 65K+ hours of community service by the Lehigh community RANKED #7 in College Consensus’s “Top 25 LGTBQ Friendly Colleges” 93 countries represented on campus The longstanding Lehigh tradition of Bed Races invites students to form teams, decorate beds and drag race them down the length of Memorial Walk during the annual Spirit Week. ⊲

LehighSiliconValley 2,847 mi. MAJORS & PROGRAMS College of Arts and Sciences Arts Architecture Art Art History Design Music Music Composition Theatre Humanities Africana Studies Asian Studies Chinese Classical Civilization Classics English French & Francophone Studies German Japanese Studies Latin American & Latino Studies Religion Studies Spanish & Hispanic Studies Philosophy Interdisciplinary Studies Cognitive Science Environmental Studies Global Studies Interdisciplinary Studies Joint International Relations/ Modern Languages & Literatures Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies Math and Natural Sciences Astronomy Astrophysics Behavioral Neuroscience Biochemistry Biology Chemistry (B.S. and B.A.) Cognitive Science Computer Science (B.S. and B.A.) Earth & Environmental Sciences Mathematics Molecular Biology Pharmaceutical Chemistry Physics Statistics Social Sciences Anthropology Economics Health, Medicine and Society History International Relations Joint International Relations/ Economics Journalism Journalism/Science Writing Political Science Psychology Science, Technology & Society Sociology & Anthropology Sociology College of Business Accounting Business Information Systems Economics Finance Management Marketing Supply Chain Management College of Health Opening Fall 2020 Population Health P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science Applied Science Bioengineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science (B.S.) Electrical Engineering Engineering Mechanics Engineering Physics Environmental Engineering Industrial & Systems Engineering Materials Science & Engineering Mechanical Engineering Dual-Degree/ Accelerated Programs Arts & Engineering1 Bachelor's Degree in desired subject of certification and Master of Education (M.Ed.)1 Pre-Dental Science with Penn Dental School Pre-Optometry Science with SUNY College of Optometry Intercollegiate Interdisciplinary Programs Computer Science and Business Program (CSB) Integrated Degree in Engineering, Arts and Sciences (IDEAS) Integrated Business and Engineering Honors Program (IBE) Pre-Professional Tracks Pre-Allied Health Pre-Dental Pre-Law Pre-Medical Pre-Veterinary 1 5-year dual-degree program

Fast Facts Apply We seek students who are eager to learn, consistently work hard, and desire to make a positive impact in their communities and the world. As a result, some factors we consider when reviewing an application include the student’s character, curriculum, grades, personal background and how they spend their time outside of the classroom. Lehigh will be test optional for the 2021-2022 and 2022-23 academic years. For required documents and deadlines for admission, visit lehigh.edu/admissions. Stats CLASS OF 2024 12, 389 Total applicants 1 , 370 Total enrolled students 1350 -1480 SAT middle 50% range of admitted students 31 -34 ACT middle 50% range of admitted students 54% of the class applied ED STUDENT BODY (UG & Graduate) 93 Countries represented 49 + D.C. and Puerto Rico States represented 15% International 46% Female 54% Male <1% Non-binary Return on Investment You’ll leave Lehigh positioned to take on challenging and rewarding roles and to make an impact wherever you go. Our graduates find success in a wide range of careers and post-graduate studies across the country and around the globe. For more information visit lehigh.edu/placement #20 on PayScales’s mid-career salary report $67K average starting salary 95% of the Class of 2020 were employed or attending graduate school within 6 months of graduation 85K graduates in the Lehigh alumni network Financial Aid BY THE NUMBERS >$110M available in grants and scholarships >50% of current Lehigh students receive some form of financial aid 20% of the Class of 2025 were awarded merit scholarships Lehigh University is committed to meeting 100% of demonstrated need for all admitted and current students that meet our financial aid deadlines. We understand that the process of applying for financial aid may be confusing or stressful, and we are here to help you in any way we can. For more information, and specific details for international and transfer students, visit lehigh.edu/tuitionandaid. To estimate your financial aid award before you apply, we recommend you use the Net Price Calculator on our website. 2020-2021 Tuition & Costs $56,980 Tuition $9,030 Typical firstyear housing $6, 300 Full meal plan $490 Technology fee $250 Activity fee $200 Wellness fee $73, 250 Total cost Location For more information about Bethlehem visit lehigh.edu/bethlehem. Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy as to Students: Lehigh University admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. Get in Touch EMAIL admissions@lehigh.edu TRANSFER STUDENTS transfers@lehigh.edu INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS luinternational@lehigh.edu Find out more at lehigh.edu/admissions Connect lehighadmissions lehighu lehighu lehighadmission lehighu lehighadmissions LEHIGH@ NASDAQCENTER San Francisco, CA LEHIGH UNIVERSITY Bethlehem, PA New York City 70 minutes Philadelphia, PA 90 minutes