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    Lackawanna College

    Student Affairs

    Residence Life calendar


    • Jan. 4, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.: Intersession begins
    • Jan. 24, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.: Check-in for Spring 2016 semester
    • Jan. 25: New dorm student orientation
    • Jan. 25: Returning dorm student orientation
    • Jan. 25, 10 a.m.: New student orientation
    • Jan. 25: Spring semester begins
    • March 4, 11 p.m.: Spring break. All dorms closed
    • March 13, noon: Dorms reopen after spring break
    • May 13, 11 p.m., or 24 hours after the last final: Spring 2016 closing
    • May 31, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.: Summer I opening
    • July 1, 11 p.m.: Summer I closing

    Download the 2015-16 Residence Hall calendar (PDF)

    Residence Life


    Lackawanna College has dormitory housing available for students who attend the Scranton campus. All full-time students who do not commute daily from home must reside in campus housing while actively enrolled in college courses.

    Currently, adequate housing is available for all full-time matriculated undergraduate students.

    Residence Halls

    Lackawanna College currently has three student residence halls on its Scranton campus.

    McKinnie Hall

    440 Wyoming Ave., Scranton

    • Male student dorm
    • Accommodations for 147 students

    Seeley Hall

    406 N. Washington Ave., Scranton

    • Co-ed dormitory
    • Male and female students separated by floor with access controlled through student ID cards
    • Accommodations for 108 students

    Tobin Hall

    Corner of Vine Street and Madison Avenue, Scranton

    • Male student dorm
    • Accommodations for 80 students

    All dorm rooms are equipped with beds, desks and chairs, clothing storage areas, central air conditioning, wireless internet and cable TV. Laundry facilities are available on site.

    Students should refer to the residence life calendar for appropriate check-in and check-out dates.


    Residential students are NOT permitted to park on the Lackawanna College campus.

    All resident students’ vehicles must be parked off campus. Commuter students are the only students allowed to park on College-owned and/or leased parking lots.

    Resident and commuter students can use on-street parking or make arrangements with private vendors.

    In an effort to facilitate off-campus parking, the College has negotiated a deal with the parking authority facility on North Washington Avenue and Linden Street that will allow students to enter into a four-month agreement at the cost of $80/month. This agreement will allow them to park 24/7 during that four-month time period.

    For those students with sufficient financial aid, this charge can be covered as part of their financial aid package.

    Please contact the Financial Aid Department directly  or visit the Parking Program page for additional information.