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Sneak a Peek Information Session Scheduled

Sneak a Peek Information Session Scheduled


Perspective students and their families will have the opportunity to tour Keystone’s scenic campus, meet with enrollment advisers, and learn more about the financial aid process, during a “Sneak A Peek” information session to be held on Saturday, July 11.

Keystone again recognized as a College of Distinction


Keystone College has once again been recognized as a “College of Distinction” by a national company which publishes information about select institutions of higher learning. This is the sixth consecutive year that Keystone has been recognized as a College of Distinction.

Keystone alumnus and benefactor Irving (Ace) Spalding, Jr., '37 passes away


Irving “Ace” Spalding, Jr., ’37, alumnus and benefactor of Keystone College, passed away on Friday, June 19. He was 98 and was preceded in death by his wife, Dolly van’t Haaff Spalding.

25th annual golf tournament slated


Keystone College will conduct the 25th annual Keystone Open Golf Tournament on Monday, July 13 at Glen Oak Country Club in Clarks Summit.

Keystone to operate mobile glass studio for demonstrations at local high schools


Keystone College is well known for preparing fine arts students for specialized careers in the field of glass making. The College’s on-campus glass studio, featuring all the equipment and technology needed to produce fine works in the artistic medium of glass, is regarded as the best in the region.

Keystone to host summer music camps


The Keystone College Department of Instrumental Music will host three summer music camps.

Spring semester full-time honors students announced


Dr. Karen Yarrish, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college, announced the full-time students who have been named to the Keystone College president’s, dean’s, and honors list for the spring 2015 semester.

Keystone honors Perkins-Dennis family at Smithsonian exhibit


Keystone College President Dr. David L. Coppola recently greeted M. Denise Dennis, president and CEO of the Dennis Farm Charitable Land Trust, at the opening of the Perkins-Dennis Family Exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum of American History, Washington, D.C.

Observatory announces summer sessions


The Keystone College Thomas G. Cupillari ’60 Astronomical Observatory will begin its summer program on Wednesday, July 8 at 8:30 p.m., and will continue each Wednesday and Friday through Friday, July 31.

Keystone to play key role in Arts on Fire Celebration


For the sixth consecutive year, local high school students will have the opportunity to pour hot molten iron into molds they created, just as the workers did generations ago at the historic Scranton Iron Furnaces.

ServSafe course to be offered


Keystone College will conduct a ServSafe certification course on Wednesday, July 22, in the Fireplace Lounge, Hibbard Campus Center.

Bioblitz biological survey to be held on campus


A team of scientists, faculty, and graduate students will visit Keystone College from June 10-12 to survey plants and animals on the College’s Woodland’s Campus.

Jazz Institute returns to campus August 3-7


Keystone College is accepting registrations for the seventh annual Jazz Institute at Keystone College from August 3-7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.

Keystone public health students visit Chicago


Several Keystone College students visited the city of Chicago recently as part of their Introduction to Public Health class. The students, accompanied by Keystone faculty members, toured cultural and public health venues through a program offered by the Chicago Center for Urban Life and Culture. The students learned about life in the nation’s third largest city, paying particular attention to public health issues.

Students study Public Policy and Diversity in Puerto Rico


Assistant Professor Dorothy Anthony and Adjunct Instructor Joyce Avila lead a group of students to Puerto Rico for courses in Public Health and Spanish.

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