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Tax Credit Funding for Educational Organizations

Tax Credit Funding for Educational Organizations
Debra A. Pellegrino, Ed.D., dean of Panuska College of Professional Studies, reads to children at the opening of the Early Learning Center in the former Madison School.

The University of Scranton Early Learning Center, which opened in September at 528 Quincy Avenue in Scranton’s Hill Section, is the second University initiative that has received approval for Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) from the Department of Community and Economic Development. The Early Learning Center qualified as an eligible pre-kindergarten scholarship organization.

The first to receive approval as an eligible educational improvement organization was the University of Success program, a pre-college program for disadvantaged and first-generation high school students. 

Both programs represent special community outreach efforts that support the University’s Jesuit mission. 

Qualified businesses can donate their tax-credit dollars directly to The University of Scranton to provide scholarships to pre-kindergarten students and support to high school students who dream of a college education. Please consider using your company’s tax-credit funding to support The University of Scranton.

For more information contact Meg Hambrose, director of Corporate and Foundation Relations, at margaret.hambrose@scranton.edu or 570.941.4262.

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