Saved Colleges List - no Colleges are selected
Saved Colleges (0)

Lafayette College

Easton, PA


4-year • Private • Small • Suburban
88% graduation rate
$39K average per year after aid
Sat range
Lafayette College is a small, 4-year, private liberal arts college. This coed college is located in a suburban community in a suburban setting and is primarily a residential campus. It offers bachelor's degrees.
From the Institution
A beautiful campus overlooking the historic Delaware River. A tradition-rich liberal arts college. A selective enrollment small enough to make you feel like you belong to a real community. A college large enough to give you unique opportunities across the arts, sciences and engineering. This is Lafayette. Founded: In March 1826, the citizens of Easton received a charter signed by the governor of Pennsylvania establishing Lafayette College. The vision: to teach the habits and subjects of a disciplined mind, the skills to conduct careful research and come to considered conclusions, and the desire and ability to lead a purposeful life. Character: We are proudly independent, academically competitive, and diverse in culture and perspective. We offer undergraduate programs on a coeducational, residential campus rich in history and beauty. Degrees: We offer a bachelor of arts in 37 fields and a bachelor of science in 16 fields, including 5 in engineering. Enrollment: Find yourself among a close-knit population of 2718 students, drawn from 43 U.S. states and territories, as well as 52 countries. Faculty: We have 247 full-time faculty members, of whom 99 percent hold a doctorate or other terminal degree. This gives us an enviable 10.2 to 1 student-faculty ratio. Campus: There are 69 buildings here, comprising approximately 1.76 million square feet, on 340 acres, including a 230-acre athletic campus. Endowment: Total endowment of more than $750 million devoted exclusively to undergraduates. Location: We overlook the Delaware River in Easton, Pennsylvania, population 30,000. Easton is located in the Lehigh Valley, population 800,000; about 70 miles west of New York City and 60 miles north of Philadelphia. The scenic Pocono Mountains are about 35 miles north.
College Board Code
Application Types Accepted
Common Application, Online through college's own website
Fee Waiver Info
Available to all qualified students. Visit the college website for details.

Important Dates

Dates are subject to change so confirm important deadlines by visiting the college’s website.

January 15
Regular Application Due
January 15
Financial Aid Application Due

Next Steps

Contact Information

Note: College profiles are based primarily on information supplied by the colleges themselves through participation in College Board's BigFuture College Profiles higher education data collection portal, with some data provided via federal and state agencies. Costs, dates, policies, and programs are subject to change, so please confirm important facts with college admission personnel.