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    Lackawanna College

    Admissions

    Student Account questions? Contact the Bursar’s Office

    Angeli Hall, Suite 113

    501 Vine St.

    Scranton, Pa. 18509

    (570) 961-7834

    Fax: (570) 961-7811

     

    Student Accounts

    Payment Information

    The College requires that all tuition and fees be paid in full or alternate arrangements made prior to classes beginning in any semester. A tuition payment plan is available from the Business Office to any student who qualifies.

    Lackawanna College also reserves the right to forward unpaid balances to our contracted collection agency or dismiss any students who do not adhere to scheduled payments or who attend classes without satisfying financial obligations. Any and all collection expenses incurred by the College to collect any delinquent receivables are the responsibility of the student.

    Grades and/or transcripts will not be released to students who have outstanding balances. Students with an outstanding balance will also not be able to participate in commencement ceremonies. Registration for subsequent semesters is blocked for students with unpaid balances.

    All questions concerning tuition costs, student invoices, payments, and payment dates should be directed to the Business Office.

    Payment Options

    The Business Office accepts cash, personal checks, money orders, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.

    Credit card and electronic check payments may be made online using the student portal.

    Payment Plan

    Beginning with the Spring 2014 semester, Lackawanna College will offer a payment plan to all students who qualify.

    To sign up for the payment plan, please click here.

    Employer Deferment

    Payment of tuition may be deferred if the student has provided a completed Employer Deferment Form signed by the student’s employer. Students are required to pay all fees and any portion of tuition not covered by their employer by the semester due date or at registration.