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Graduation Fair

Congratulations Falcon, you’re graduating!

In lieu of the traditional in-person Graduation Fair, we’ve compiled virtual resources for graduating students. The Lackawanna College Virtual Graduation Fair is here to help students complete all necessary preparations for graduation.

For the latest information on the Commencement Ceremony, please visit the graduation page.

Lackawanna College is closely tracking coronavirus (COVID-19) and working to mitigate potential risks. The safety of students, faculty, staff, and friends of the college is a top priority. 

Welcome to the Virtual Graduation Fair

Required Steps

Graduation Application

In order to confer your degree, participate in Commencement activities, and receive your diploma, you must apply for graduation.

The Registrar’s Office is currently reviewing all graduation applications. If you don’t hear anything from us, that’s a good thing- you are on track to graduate! If we do reach out to you, don’t panic, most issues are easily resolved.  If we send you an email to contact our office, please get back in touch with us as soon as possible.  Just a reminder that if you are short one class, you can still participate in graduation by filling out the early participation statement. 

Caps & Gowns
Cap and Gown pickup will be on May 4, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Lackawanna College, Angeli Hall, parking lot.

Students will enter in their vehicles wearing a facemask. Cars will enter Vine St. and visit the “Cap & Gown” and “Diploma” tent stations. Nicole Bradigan, PTK Advisor, will hand out PTK stoles. Cars will exit on Washington St.

For those unable to pick up their cap and gown, more information will be available at a later date.

Diploma Information

Graduates will receive their diplomas by mail by June 2021.

For questions about your diploma, contact the Registrar’s Office

Check Your Balance

Many balances that are owed will keep you from obtaining your diploma. To see if you have a balance, check on the Student Portal.

  1. Visit
  2. Select My Account Balance found under View My Bill
  3. Click My Account Balance 
  4. Select the dollar amount to obtain your account details 

Questions? Contact Student Accounts to make sure you are cleared to graduate.

Exit Counseling

If you are graduating and not returning to Lackawanna College you will need to complete Exit Counseling.

  1.  Visit and log in with your FSA ID (username & password for FAFSA)
  2. Once logged in select Manage Loans and then Complete Exit Counseling

This website will also list the total amount of loans, your loan servicer, and grants.

  If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Student Financial Services.

Visit the Graduation Page

Learn more about the virtual graduation, cap and gown pickup, honors convocation, upload your own personal graduation message and go live with us on zoom!

Learn More

Suggested Steps

Upload Your Graduation Video
Upload your own unique video clip for the Lackawanna College graduation ceremony to celebrate your achievement! Upload your clip before May 5 to be included in the Virtual Graduation Ceremony video.

Submit Your Video

Graduation Survey

Congratulations on your upcoming graduation! All students applying for graduation are asked to take a survey relating to their experiences at Lackawanna College, future employment, and/or educational plans post-graduation. The survey provides comprehensive information about future plans of all graduates and alumni by college and other selections.

Associate Degree Graduation Survey

Bachelor’s Degree Graduation Survey

Check The Boxes to Win $100

Did you complete all of the steps for graduation? Check the boxes to enter for the chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card.

Graduation Fair Checklist

Bachelor’s Incentive Scholarship

Congratulations on your upcoming graduation! If you’re graduating with an associate degree, you’re eligible for the Lackawanna College Bachelor’s Incentive Scholarship. These scholarships are automatically awarded to Lackawanna College graduates who choose to pursue their bachelor’s degree with Lackawanna College. Scholarships range from $1,500-$3,000 per academic year for two years for full-time students. Part-time students are eligible for prorated scholarship funds.

If you plan to earn your bachelor’s degree with Lackawanna College, complete a Change of Degree form through the Student Portal. Once the form has been submitted and approved, we will make sure that your incentive scholarship has been applied to your account. Please contact Advising & Transfer Services for more information.