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LCCC Newsletter


AREI Check-In and Conversation is held on Fridays, at 2 p.m., at https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/a768523bb3af4e20b51c869448779ff5

AREI Recovery Meetings will be held on Mondays, at 2 p.m. at https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/18dda4984e164b4abf9963059a9a7d86

Luzerne County Community College will offer an EMT program in Pittston for the first time beginning in the spring 2021 semester.

The EMT program from the Mary Gill Carrozza, R.N. School of Nursing and Health Sciences at LCCC includes more than 250 hours of lecture, practical, and clinical sessions. Students who complete the program are eligible to take the National Registry Practical and Written Certification Examinations.

Classes will be held at the College's Pittston Center at the M&T Educational Center. For more information, call the LCCC EMS department at the Francis S. and Mary Gill Carrozza, R.N. Health Sciences Center at 570-740-0628 or (800) 377-LCCC, extension 7628.

Luzerne County Community College will hold the 2021 Faculty and Alumni Virtual Art Exhibit beginning Friday, January 29 through Friday, March 5, at the College's Schulman Gallery.

The exhibit will feature digital file images of original artwork created by LCCC faculty members and graduates. To view the LCCC 2021 Faculty and Alumni Virtual Art Exhibit,

visit the Schulman Gallery website at: https:/luzerne.edu/schulmangallery/ and click on "Current Exhibit."

The College In-Service program and Adjunct Faculty In-Service program will be held on Wednesday, January 27. Snow date is Thursday, January 28.

The last day to drop classes or withdraw officially for the fall semester is Friday, January 15.

Luzerne County Community College will offer courses for the spring semester in Watsontown.

Students can register for courses at the College's Greater Susquehanna Center located at 1100 Main Street, Watsontown.

Courses scheduled to be offered at the Greater Susquehanna Center include Biology, Computer Literacy, Emergency Medical Services, English, Health and Physical Education, Math, Music, Psychology, Sociology, Speech, and others.

Classes for the spring semester will begin in Watsontown on Monday, February 1. Both day and evening classes are offered at the College's Greater Susquehanna Center.

For more information, call LCCC at 570-740-0261 or 800-377-LCCC, extension 7261 or email kforan@luzerne.edu.

Luzerne County Community College will offer courses for the spring semester in Berwick. Students can register for courses in Berwick at the College's Berwick Center at 107 S. Market Street.

Classes scheduled to be offered in Berwick include Accounting, Art, Business, Computer Literacy, Early Childhood Education, English, Health and Physical Education, History, and Math. Also, Anatomy and Physiology, Emergency Medical Services, First Year Experience, Physical Science, Psychology, Sociology, Speech, and others.

Classes for the spring semester will begin on Monday, February 1. Both day and evening classes are offered at the College's Berwick Center.

For more information, call the LCCC Berwick Center at 570-740-0280 or 1-800-377-LCCC, extension 7280 or email kforan@luzerne.edu.

Luzerne County Community College will offer courses for the spring semester in Hazleton. Students can register for courses in Hazleton at the College's Hazleton Center at 100 W. Broad Street.

Classes scheduled to be offered in Hazleton include Accounting, Art, Business, Chemistry, Emergency Medical Services, English, First Year Experience, History, and Math. Also, Computer Literacy, Criminal Justice, English as a Second Language (ESL), Health and Physical Education, Psychology, Reading and Study Skills, Sociology, Speech, and others.

Classes for the spring semester will begin on Monday, February 1. Both day and evening classes are offered at the College's Hazleton Center.

For more information, call the LCCC Hazleton Center at 570-740-0790 or 1-800-377-LCCC, extension 7790 or email kwhalen@luzerne.edu.

Luzerne County Community College will offer credit courses for the spring semester in Northumberland.

Students can register for courses at the Northumberland Regional Higher Education Center at 2 East Arch Street, Shamokin.

Courses scheduled to be offered at the College's Northumberland Center include Accounting, Biology, Business, CPR, English, Health and Physical Education, History, Sociology, Psychology, Spanish, Speech, and Early Childhood Education. Also, Criminal Justice, Economics, First Year Experience, Computer Literacy, Math, Music, and others.

Both day and evening classes are offered at the LCCC Northumberland Center.

Classes for the spring semester will begin on Monday, February 1. For more information, call the LCCC Northumberland Center at 570-648-2544 or email llaniewski@luzerne.edu.

Luzerne County Community College will offer courses for the spring semester in Pittston.

Students can register for courses in Pittston at the College's Pittston Center at the M&T Educational Center at 13 South Main Street.

Courses scheduled to be offered in Pittston include Art, Computer Literacy, CPR, Emergency Medical Services, English, Health and Physical Education, Math, Psychology, Reading and Study Skills, Sociology, Speech, and others.

Classes for the spring semester will begin on Monday, February 1. Both day and evening classes will be offered at the College's Pittston Center.

For more information, or to register, call the LCCC Pittston Center at 570-740-0270 or 800-377-LCCC, extension 7270 or email eguarnieri@luzerne.edu.

Luzerne County Community College will offer courses for the spring semester in Scranton.

Students can register for courses in Scranton at the College's Scranton Center at The Marketplace at Steamtown at 300 Lackawanna Avenue.

Courses scheduled to be offered in Scranton include Anatomy and Physiology, Business, Chemistry, Early Childhood Education, English, First Year Experience, Math, and Psychology. Also, CPR, History, Nursing, Philosophy, Sociology, Speech, and others.

Classes for the spring session will begin on Monday, February 1. Both day and evening classes are offered at the College's Scranton Center.

For more information, or to register, call the LCCC Scranton Center at 570-740-0210 or 800-377-LCCC, extension 7210 or email jlenio@luzerne.edu.

Classses for the spring semester will begin on Monday, February 1 at all campus locations except the Wilkes-Barre Center. Wilkes-Barre Center classes begin on Monday, February 15.

Campus Candids - In-Service Programs

LCCC held three College In-Service programs in 2020.

Speakers Bureau

Our motto at Luzerne County Community College is to always keep learning. With that we a pleased to share the expertise of our faculty and staff as a resource with our community. LCCC's Speakers Bureau offers faculty and staff volunteer experts free of charge to nonprofit and civic organizations. In this listing, you will find speakers on a wide variety of topics. To request a speaker, please call the College Relations Office at 570-740-0732.

When you request a speaker, we will make every effort to accommodate your request. Please understand that acceptance of an invitation to speak may depend on the speaker's teaching or work schedule.

Robert Bogdon
Director, Marketing

  • Public Relations
  • Social Media
  • Advertising
  • Marketing

Robert Boyer
Professor, Criminal Justice

  • Criminal Justice

Brian Gill
Chair, LCCC Board of Trustees

  • Fundraising

Thomas P. Leary
President

  • LCCC related topics
  • American History
  • Political Science

Martha Pezzino
Assistant Professor, Social Science/History

  • Women's History
  • African-American History
  • General European and American History
  • The Holocaust
  • Revolutions and Revolutionary History

Mark Rutkowski, PE
Professor, Technology

  • Protecting Yourself Online
  • Cyber Crime

David J. Sawicki
Director, Business Solutions and Customized Training

  • LCCC Workforce Development
  • LCCC Why it is the Community's College
  • LCCC The Best Bargain in Town
  • LCCC The College for Everyone

Jeffery Schultz
Associate Professor, Social Science/History

  • Military History