Lackawanna, Keystone sign agreement for Hospitality Management program


On Tuesday, Aug. 11, Lackawanna College signed a new articulation agreement with Keystone College, allowing students who complete the hospitality management program at Lackawanna to enter Keystone College as a junior in order to pursue a bachelors degree in hospitality business management. Lackawanna students must graduate with a minimum 2.0 GPA and may transfer a maximum of 75 credits towards their degree at Keystone. Officials from the two colleges gather to sign the agreement, from left, first row, Dr. Erica Barone-Pricci, Lackawanna College vice president for Academic Affairs and Dr. Fran Langan, Keystone College dean of the School of Professional Studies. Second row, Lackawanna College officials Dr. Suzanne Cercone, academic dean; Chef Stephanie Decker, program director for the Kiesendahl School of Hospitality and Tourism and Bettyann Karr, Business Division chair; and Keystone College officials Brenda Lidy, Hospitality Curriculum coordinator and associate professor; and Jennifer Sekol, director of Admissions.


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On Tuesday, Aug. 11, Lackawanna College signed a new articulation agreement with Keystone College, allowing students who complete the hospitality management program at Lackawanna to enter Keystone College as a junior in order to pursue a bachelors degree in hospitality business management. Lackawanna students must graduate with a minimum 2.0 GPA and may transfer a maximum of 75 credits towards their degree at Keystone. Officials from the two colleges gather to sign the agreement, from left, first row, Dr. Erica Barone-Pricci, Lackawanna College vice president for Academic Affairs and Dr. Fran Langan, Keystone College dean of the School of Professional Studies. Second row, Lackawanna College officials Dr. Suzanne Cercone, academic dean; Chef Stephanie Decker, program director for the Kiesendahl School of Hospitality and Tourism and Bettyann Karr, Business Division chair; and Keystone College officials Brenda Lidy, Hospitality Curriculum coordinator and associate professor; and Jennifer Sekol, director of Admissions.

On Tuesday, Aug. 11, Lackawanna College signed a new articulation agreement with Keystone College, allowing students who complete the hospitality management program at Lackawanna to enter Keystone College as a junior in order to pursue a bachelors degree in hospitality business management. Lackawanna students must graduate with a minimum 2.0 GPA and may transfer a maximum of 75 credits towards their degree at Keystone. Officials from the two colleges gather to sign the agreement, from left, first row, Dr. Erica Barone-Pricci, Lackawanna College vice president for Academic Affairs and Dr. Fran Langan, Keystone College dean of the School of Professional Studies. Second row, Lackawanna College officials Dr. Suzanne Cercone, academic dean; Chef Stephanie Decker, program director for the Kiesendahl School of Hospitality and Tourism and Bettyann Karr, Business Division chair; and Keystone College officials Brenda Lidy, Hospitality Curriculum coordinator and associate professor; and Jennifer Sekol, director of Admissions.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_ABJ-Lack-Key-Agreement1.jpgOn Tuesday, Aug. 11, Lackawanna College signed a new articulation agreement with Keystone College, allowing students who complete the hospitality management program at Lackawanna to enter Keystone College as a junior in order to pursue a bachelors degree in hospitality business management. Lackawanna students must graduate with a minimum 2.0 GPA and may transfer a maximum of 75 credits towards their degree at Keystone. Officials from the two colleges gather to sign the agreement, from left, first row, Dr. Erica Barone-Pricci, Lackawanna College vice president for Academic Affairs and Dr. Fran Langan, Keystone College dean of the School of Professional Studies. Second row, Lackawanna College officials Dr. Suzanne Cercone, academic dean; Chef Stephanie Decker, program director for the Kiesendahl School of Hospitality and Tourism and Bettyann Karr, Business Division chair; and Keystone College officials Brenda Lidy, Hospitality Curriculum coordinator and associate professor; and Jennifer Sekol, director of Admissions. Submitted photo
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