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Entrepreneur Courtney Costello worked with the Lackawanna College Venture Lab to launch Spastello, a company that sells homemade natural skincare products to women who want to avoid the harsh chemicals found in the most popular beauty solutions offered at big box stores. The firm currently offers a coconut rum body scrub and a mint Body scrub on Etsy. Read More
The Lackawanna College Sunbury Center has received a $12,500 grant from The 1994 Charles B. Degenstein Foundation that was used to purchase equipment for its new medical lab. The lab houses the College’s Certified Clinical Medical Assistant and Administrative Medical Assistant certificate programs. Read More
SCRANTON, Pa. – Feb. 8, 2021 – Lackawanna College has announced that Athletic Department administrators will transition into new roles. Current Director of Athletics Joya Whittington will transition to her new role as the Director of Student Financial Services. She Read More
Lackawanna College's Rally for Restaurants, an initiative to help restaurants during COVID-19, raised over $30,000 for participating restaurants, and over $7,000 for student scholarships. Read More
SCRANTON, Pa. – Jan. 27, 2021 – Lackawanna College has been awarded a $300,000...
With the help of the Lackawanna College Venture Lab, entrepreneur David Richmond launched PEP Inspire, a global application that aims to eliminate chronic depression by providing inspiration, encouragement, and access to relevant information in a digital format at no cost to the user.
Lackawanna College and Harrisburg University of Science and Technology have signed an agreement that will make it easier for students from Lackawanna College to continue their education at Harrisburg University.
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