The Donley Center, located in downtown Allentown, offers a variety of courses that can be used towards completing an LCCC degree in
The library and Educational Support Services (ESS) provide a variety of free services for students to discover their individual academic skills and to become self-sufficient, independent, life-long learners. Services are offered by Disability Support Services (DSS) learning specialists, Career & Technical Education (CTE) learning specialists, professional and peer tutors, and the Keystone Education Yields Success (KEYS) grant facilitator. The library and tutoring services are located in room 212. DSS and CTE learning specialists, and KEYS grant facilitator are located on the first floor. Tutors offer assistance in specific subject areas such as writing, math, and science. Learning specialists offer assistance in learning skills such as how to study, how to take a test, how to take notes in class, etc.
Librarians offer assistance with using library resources and with the research process. Librarians are also available at Main Campus at 610-799-1150.
The Donley Center offers noncredit programming to help students enter a career pathway. GED preparation, GED testing, English as a second language, and short term job training programs.
The Business Enterprise Center is designed to assist business students in developing their business plans. Those students going on to the entrepreneurship program will be assisted with making their business plans a reality. Entrepreneurs/mentors will be available to coach students with the design of their business plans as well as locating potential financing of their businesses.
If you are interested in meeting with the Business Enterprise Center, fill out the form.