Keystone Campus


Aerial View of Campus

Nestled in the heart of the Endless Mountains, Keystone's 276-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.

Campus Features

ChefatChef'sTable Chef's Table Restaurant
Located in the Hibbard Campus Center, is part of the curriculum for our Culinary Arts students.
 
Children's Center The Children's Center provides preschoolers with a quality program of early education conducted by Early Childhood professionals, while serving as a training site for Education students.
 
ChefatChef'sTable The Linder Gallery
The art gallery, located in the Miller Library, features rotating exhibits by prominent local, national, and international artists.
 
ObservatoryDome Thomas G. Cupillari Observatory
The telescope that is the heart of our Observatory has a history dating back to the late 19th century.
 
SugarShackWinter The Sugar Shack
Keystone College is very fortunate to have its own small maple sugaring operation. 
 
WoodlandsCampus The Woodlands Campus
The 165-acre Woodlands campus complex contains roughly 7 miles of hiking & interpretive trails.
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