Active students, vibrant campus.
Our students truly make Lander College for Women come to life.
Throughout the year, LCW’s student government cultivates various opportunities for participation and involvement, enhancing student life and community on campus through societies, chagigas, and special programming. The Torah Leadership Club (TLC) offers a short shiur during lunch every week. The English/Literacy Society publishes a student-authored literary journal, The Orchard, every semester. Join the Political Science Society to keep up with the happenings in Washington, or the Israel Advocacy Society to stay involved with our homeland and help plan the annual Yom Yerushalayim celebration. Of course, student government activities like the Purim masquerade, Chanukah chagiga, and Yom Ha'atzmaut BBQ are always celebrated with good food and good fun. Several times throughout the year, students are also invited to shabbatonim with Dean Stoltz-Loike, Rabbi Goldwasser, and Dr. and Mrs. Luchins.
And whether it’s participating in a blood drive or packing mishloach manot for Yad Eliezer, chesed and volunteering opportunities always abound.
Our students take full advantage of our beautiful campus. Nestled in the heart of the city, the college’s prime location makes it easily accessible for students to engage in the cosmopolitan experiences New York City is known for, like catching a concert at Lincoln Center or heading to Central Park (just a block away from the 85th Street residence) with friends on a Sunday afternoon.
Our library, which holds more than 30,000 volumes of books and sefarim, and access to many more online, is ideal for some quiet study time; while the lounge or cafeteria are popular for study groups. The student-exclusive gym and exercise room has a locker room right next door, and when the weather is warm, you can find students preparing for class, eating lunch, or studying with friends on our sunlit terrace.
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