Skip to Page's ContentSkip to Top NavSkip to SearchSkip to FooterSkip to Class Notes Nav

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.

blog comments powered by Disqus
Table of Contents
Contact Us
Copyright 2022 The University of Scranton. All Rights Reserved.