Join tour guide Natalie Maroun ’21, ’22G as she takes you through all three campuses—Asa Packer, Mountaintop and Goodman—while sharing stories and highlights from each location.
Lehigh’s original campus, known as the Asa Packer Campus, was founded in 1865 and is a combination of beautiful Gothic stone buildings and modern brick and glass structures. The Asa Packer Campus is home to the Office of Admissions, most classrooms, all residence halls, dining facilities and the Fairchild-Martindale and Linderman libraries.
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Atop South Mountain, this 742-acre campus contains major research facilities. Iacocca Hall houses two academic departments (Chemical Engineering and Biological Sciences) and the College of Education, while the Imbt Laboratories contain high-bay research labs and the Energy Research Center. Building C provides a creative, interdisciplinary space for the Art, Architecture and Design department, the Mountaintop Summer Experience, and research and creative inquiry projects.
Located on the other side of South Mountain in Saucon Valley, the Murray H. Goodman Campus is home to Lehigh’s athletic complex which includes Goodman Stadium, Stabler Arena, Rauch Field House, the Lewis Indoor Tennis Center, and other facilities.