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University, Lackawanna College Sign Transfer Agreement

University, Lackawanna College Sign Transfer Agreement

Lackawanna College graduates now have a strong financial incentive to complete their bachelor’s degrees at
the University.

Lackawanna students will be admitted into University bachelor’s programs with third-year status within one
year of earning their associate’s degree with a minimum GPA of 2.75.

Lackawanna graduates with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 accepted into a full-time University program will be eligible for a minimum $10,000-per-year University merit scholarship. Part-time, non-traditional students may also be eligible for a merit scholarship in addition to needbased awards.

Read the full article, here.

At the Memorandum of Understanding signing ceremony at Lackawanna College are, seated from left: Mark Volk, president, Lackawanna College; and Kevin P. Quinn, S.J., president, The University of Scranton. Standing are: Barb Nowogorski, director of advising, Lackawanna College; Suzanne Cercone, Ph.D., academic dean, Lackawanna College; Lackawanna College; and Caitlyn M. Hollingshead, director of graduate, transfer and international admissions, The University of Scranton.

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