Hazleton Center

* Dedicated Center
Class Location:
Hazleton Center
Broad Street Exchange Building
100 West Broad Street, Suite 108
Hazleton, PA 18201
1-800-377-5222 ext 7790

Welcome to the Hazleton Center!

Opened in September 2000 in the Broad Street Exchange building, LCCC's Hazleton Center is located conveniently in the heart of downtown Hazleton.. Classrooms and offices are located on the 1st, 2nd, and 4th floors of the building and Luzerne County Community College offers area residents a variety of courses and academic programs. With both day and evening classes available, the Hazleton Center offers a variety of courses and the possibility to complete the following degree programs here with some online options:

  • A.S. General Studies
  • A.S. Business Management
  • A.S. Psychology
  • A.A.S. Early Childhood Education
  • A.A.S. Criminal Justice

In addition, students can also:

  • Complete General Education requirements for a variety of other programs or majors.
  • Get a jump start on college by earning college credit while still in high school (at a very discounted tuition rate).
  • Enroll as visiting students while attending another school
  • Complete the college ESL classes if needed

One Stop Service

Prospective and current students can complete all of the following in the Hazleton Center

Meet with Advisor

  • Apply for admission
  • Schedule and complete placement testing
  • Register for classes
  • Receive academic advisement and support
  • Tutoring services in ESL and other subjects as well as the on site Writing Place offered every semester by the English Department

Hazleton Welcome

Modern Facilities

The Hazleton center boasts state of the art labs for student convenience and growth-a Science lab for Health science classes such as Anatomy & Physiology with Labs, Microbiology, and Chemistry. The Trades Micro credentialing lab allows the ability to offer credit courses in the advanced manufacturing program as well as customized training for local manufacturing employers.

The Pasco Schiavo Student Learning Commons serves as a lounge area with tables and chairs for students to hang out as well as a conference room for study groups or tutoring. There are also charging stations and two fully equipped computers for online learning for student use.

There are three traditional student computer labs as well as a MAC lab.

Hazleton Lab

Student Life

The Hazleton Center is a hub of fun and always has events and activities running monthly. It is our goal to make students feel connected to the college. Some events students in Hazleton students can expect:
  • Friendsgiving
  • Welcome Back Party
  • Ice Cream Truck
  • Monthly Movies
  • Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration
  • Holiday Spirit Week
  • Professional Speakers
  • LCCC Hazleton Handle Your Health Series
  • Transfer Visits from partner institutions such as Penn State Hazleton
  • Career Services Workshops, Scholarship Workshops, and Financial Aid Workshops
  • Giving back to the local community: Blessing Bag collection and donations for the homeless, First Friday participation, Toy/Holiday Donations for Head Start.

There are work study opportunities available at the Hazleton center and with partner organizations in the community for eligible students. We are always looking for exceptional peer tutors in a variety of subjects.

Hazleton Student Life

Food Pantry and Styled for Success Career Closet

The Hazleton Center Student Food Pantry is open to all LCCC Hazleton students who may need supplemental food options or personal care items such as feminine products,dental care, soap, hats, or gloves. Nutritious food and snacks are always available during class hours.

The Styled for Success career clothing closet features casual to formal, interview and professional attire, all free of charge to LCCC students. So we encourage you to have some fun shopping. Both are located on the 2nd floor.

Hazleton Food PantryHazleton Career Closet

Community Programming

The ALTA and Continuing Education departments have offered free and low cost adult learning programs here at the Hazleton center. Programs are designed to enhance adult learners' basic skills through classes in high school equivalency (GED) preparation, English As a Second Language instruction, Family Literacy, and Digital Literacy. These educational programs help adults with the skills and knowledge to achieve their personal, academic, and professional goals. For more information, and to be placed on the list for classes, please visit https://www.luzerne.edu/workforce/alta/.

Don't hesitate to give us a call at 570-740-0790 if you have questions or are interested in getting started today!

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