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Luzerne County Community College

Luzerne County Community College
Established 1967
Type Public two-year college
President Thomas P. Leary
Students 7,249
Location Nanticoke, Pennsylvania, USA
Campus Multi-campus
Colors Navy and teal
Mascot Blaze - The Trailblazer Horse
Website www.luzerne.edu

Luzerne County Community College, also known as LCCC, is a 2-year community college located in Nanticoke, Pennsylvania. LCCC offers over 100 academic, technical, and career programs. It has an open admissions policy for most programs and has over 28,000 graduates. In addition to the 167-acre main campus in Nanticoke, the school maintains 11 satellite learning centers located throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania. College Centers are located in Berwick, Wilkes-Barre, Shamokin, Hazleton, and Kulpmont.

LCCC is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-2680, (267) 284-5000.

During the Fall 2010 semester approximately 16,000 students were enrolled in credit and noncredit courses.[1] Luzerne prides itself on small class size, as the student to faculty ratio is 18:1.[2]

In 2007, the college celebrated its 40th anniversary.

Notable alumni

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External links

  • Luzerne County Community College website


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