Nestled in the heart of the Endless Mountains, Keystone's 270-acre campus is truly special, with Victorian architecture, landscaped surroundings, athletic fields, hiking trails, a freshwater stream and more.
The people of Keystone College are just as much a part of the surroundings as the state-of-the-art facilities and historical buildings themselves. We take a personal interest in your education and quality of life. Keystone College is committed to our people through emergency preparedness, and to the preservation of our environment by establishing a "Green Initiatives" program on campus.
|Chef's Table Restaurant
Located in the Hibbard Campus Center, is part of the curriculum for our Culinary Arts students.
|The Linder Gallery
The art gallery, located in the Miller Library, features rotating exhibits by prominent local, national, and international artists.
|Thomas G. Cupillari Observatory
The telescope that is the heart of our Observatory has a history dating back to the late 19th century.
|The Sugar Shack
Keystone College is very fortunate to have its own small maple sugaring operation.
|The Woodlands Campus
The 165-acre Woodlands campus complex contains roughly 7 miles of hiking & interpretive trails.