Lafayette College, established in 1826, is a private liberal arts college located at the top of College Hill in Easton, Pennsylvania. It enrolls over 2,400 undergraduate students, its campus close to fresh produce at the Easton Farmer’s Market and snowboarding down the Pocono Mountains. It is home to over 200 student organizations, including volunteer opportunities, a flourishing Greek scene and fun student events. Students can write for The Lafayette, the oldest student-run newspaper in the State or cheer on the Lafayette Leopards; who compete in NCAA Division I sports, and have a storied rivalry with Lehigh University. It has great study abroad program and its on-campus club, The Spot, is an ideal place to unwind after a long day. Notable Lafayette alumni include Nobel Prize-winner Philip S. Hench and James McKeen Cattell, the first professor of psychology in the US. The college, with its peaceful quad and a lively student life, aims to provide a fulfilling college experience.