Keystone College is committed to the protection and preservation of our environment. We have taken many steps towards the achievement of a green campus and made many contributions for preserving the Earth through sustainability.
- Named by The Princeton Review as one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the nation
- Recognized by Sierra Magazine as one of the nation’s top “cool” schools for creating and preserving a green environment
- Recognized by the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce for outstanding sustainability programs
- Voted Northeast Pennsylvania’s most beautiful campus by local newspaper readers
Video by Keystone College student Sean Hanahue.
Enjoy the Environment at Keystone College
|Thomas G. Cupillari '60 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.
|KCEEI Keystone College Environmental Education Institute provides environmental workshops to educators using the College's 170-acre Woodland Campus, ponds, streams, and wetlands as a laboratory for hands-on science and environmental instruction.|
|Tunkhannock Creek Watershed Atlas
We invite you to discover the rich and varied landscape of the Tunkhannock Creek Watershed that runs through the beautiful Keystone College Campus.