Sports and Wellness

NCAA Div. I Athletics

23 NCAA Division I intercollegiate sports

Lafayette’s 23-sport, NCAA Division I athletics program competes in the Patriot League in 11 sports for men, 11 sports for women, and one that is coed. According to the latest NCAA report, Lafayette ranks third in the nation in student-athlete graduation success rate.

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Recreational Services

Recreation Services

The Department of Recreation Services provides fun and challenging ways to exercise while encouraging lifelong healthy habits. Instructional programs ranging from yoga to spinning to weight training foster physical, social, and emotional health.

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Health Services

Health Services

The Bailey Health Center offers numerous health services for students, faculty, and staff, from routine medical evaluations and treatment to immunizations and emergency care.

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Counseling Services

Counseling Services

The Counseling Center provides counseling, educational programs, and psychological assessments that help students learn how to identify and meet their intellectual and interpersonal goals. The center also offers crisis intervention and consultation to faculty, staff, and parents.

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RSS Student Blogs

  • So you think you can dance? May 1, 2015
    This last week has been filled with lots of dancing.  I never really considered myself much of a dancer before coming here.  The only real dancing that I’d ever done was in the various theatrical productions I’ve been in over the years.  As most of you probably know, this semester I took Latin Rhythms and […]
    Scott Paulis
  • Invaluable Career & Life Lessons April 27, 2015
    By Ross Scheuerman ’15 Over the course of four, short years here at Lafayette, I have been able to take a variety of different classes to obtain the full effect of a liberal arts education. Being an Econ major, this is the topic where a majority of my classes have been. In my final semester […]
    Ross Scheuerman
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