Lahore College for Women University is an independent women's University in Lahore, Pakistan, founded as a women's college in 1922. One of the oldest female institutions of Pakistan, the University has approximately 7000 students and a teaching faculty of more than 330 members. It admits students at the intermediate, Master's and Ph.D. level. Established in May 1922 as an Intermediate residential college and affiliated with the university of the Punjab, it was housed in a building on Hall Road, Lahore, with a strength of 60 students, 25 of whom were boarders and 13 staff members and then the progress flourished with full boom.
Since the establishment of Lahore College for Women University, in September 2002, the University has tried its level best for improvement in Higher Education.MoU with various national industries and linkages with foreign universities have been established in the field of Pharmacy, Electronics, Environmental Science, Fine Arts, Economics and Mass Communication. As per ranking of general universities, HEC ranks Lahore college for women university at 15.