Berwick

LCCC has fully transitioned to remote and online support services as of the end of classes on Wednesday, November 25.

All in-person appointments, hands-on instruction and College activities are cancelled. The Berwick Center staff are available remotely for admissions assistance, placement testing, course registration, and advising services. The Berwick Center and Computer Labs are not open at this time.

The Berwick Center staff can be reached by email at kforan@luzerne.edu or by calling 570-740-0280. Please leave a voicemail and we will return your call. We are providing services via email, phone, and virtually through Blackboard Collaborate.

For more information, visit www.luzerne.edu/covidinfo


Berwick Center

* Dedicated Center
Class Location:
Eagles Building
107 South Market Street
Berwick, PA 18603
570-740-0280
1-800-377-5222 ext 7280

Welcome to the Berwick Center! Located in the Eagles Building in downtown Berwick, the Center offers both day and evening classes for residents of Columbia and lower Luzerne counties and the surrounding areas. In addition to the many credit courses offered, the Center offers short-term, credit-free classes. Career counseling, academic advisement, placement testing, course registration, and tutoring assistance are among the services available at the Center. Our professional staff looks forward to meeting you and assisting you with your transition to college life.

No matter what your long-term goal is, the Berwick Center is an excellent place to begin. The Center offers students seeking transfer to a four-year college many of the core or general education courses needed. Through agreements with various local colleges and universities, students can also complete an associate degree and transfer the entire degree to a participating four-year school. While some programs require that students travel to our main campus for specialized courses, there are several programs that can be completed in their entirety at the Berwick Center. We also welcome visiting students who are meeting requirements at their home school. High school students are given the opportunity to take courses through our Dual Enrollment, Young Scholars, and In-School Youth programs. Our goal is to work with our students in providing the best options for each student's individual needs.


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