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    Lackawanna College


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    Lackawanna College is an accredited, private, non-profit educational institution providing opportunities for career and personal development within selected associate degree, certificate and continuing education programs. Lackawanna has five locations in Northeast Pennsylvania, including our main campus in Scranton and our satellite centers in Hawley, Hazleton, New Milford and Towanda.

    Unless otherwise indicated, all information provided below is reflective of the most recent U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) reporting.

    Lackawanna College Facts & Figures

    Type: Private, two-year
    Motto: Spes Sibi Quisque (“Let each be a hope unto himself”)
    Established: 1894
    Main campus location: Scranton, Pennsylvania
    Satellite locations: New Milford, Hawley, Towanda and Hazleton

    Lackawannna Enrollment 2014-15

    Total Enrollment: 1,408
    First-time Freshmen: 420

    Average GPA & Honors 2012-13

    Average GPA: 2.84
    President’s List: 125
    Dean’s List: 323
    2012 Graduates (with Honors): 379 (51)


    Average Class Size: 14
    Student/Faculty Ratio: 16:1
    Full-time Faculty Members: 34

    30 Academic Majors and Programs

    Learn more about Lackawanna College’s available majors



    Undergraduate tuition per semester (full-time): $6,490
    Cost per undergraduate credit: $450
    Room and Board per semester: $4,100

    Learn more about Tuition and Fees

    Financial Aid

    Average financial aid package (full-time): $9,698
    Average financial aid package (part-time): $6,515
    Percent of Students Receiving Aid: 98.5%

    Learn more about Financial Aid


    Nickname: Falcons
    Division: NJCAA Region XIX
    Football Conference: Northeast Football Conference
    Student-athletes: 237
    Men’s sports: Baseball, Basketball, Football, Golf
    Women’s sports: Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball

    Learn more about the Lackawanna College Falcons

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