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Keystone receives another national recognition for online accounting program


Keystone College’s online accounting program continues to receive national recognition. The college’s online bachelor’s degree in accounting has been ranked 25th best in the nation by Accounting.Com, a website dedicated to accounting professionals, students, and job-seekers.

Keystone College Professor relates research to Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump


Donald Trump, the outspoken real estate mogul and reality-TV star turned Presidential candidate, seems to say whatever he wants without any sort of filter. Which as it turns out, may be exactly why he is leading the polls for the Republican nomination.

Keystone launches innovative program enabling all students access to digital textbooks


When classes begin on Monday, August 24, Keystone College students will no longer have to worry about purchasing hard-copy textbooks. That’s because they’ll have access to the books they’ll need on a new iPad Air 16GB tablet they received at the start of the semester, thanks to the new IncludED program now being implemented at the college.

Fly fishing course offered through KCEEI


The Keystone College Environmental Education Institute (KCEEI), in partnership with national conservation organization Trout Unlimited, will offer a five-week Introduction to Fly Fishing Course each Saturday from 10 a.m.-noon from Sept. 12 – Oct. 10

KCEEI to host fall wild edibles and medicinal plants workshop


The Keystone College Environmental Education Institute will conduct the workshop Introduction to Wild Edibles and Medical Plants on Saturday, September 19, from 9 a.m.-noon.

Fall sessions slated at Observatory


The Thomas G. Cupillari ’60 Astronomical Observatory will begin its fall program on Wednesday, September 9 at 7:30 p.m. and will continue each Wednesday and Friday evening through Friday, November 20.

New deans named


Keystone College has named new deans for its School of Professional Studies and School of Arts and Sciences.

Keystone, Lackawanna sign new hospitality degree articulation agreement


Keystone College recently signed a new articulation agreement with Lackawanna College. The agreement allows Lackawanna students to transfer to Keystone as a junior in the hospitality business management program.

New board members announced


James C. Clark, Jonathan L. Davis, Gretchen Ludders, Bernadine J. Munley, Esq., and Judith Gardner Price, Esq., have been elected as the newest members of the Keystone College Board of Trustees.

Tom Cupillari honored by State Representative Karen Boback


Pennsylvania State Representative Karen Boback recently presented an award honoring Keystone College Professor Thomas G. Cupillari, who officially retired in June after serving the college for 50 years.

Spring 2015 part-time honors students announced


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

Keystone to host The Gathering July 16-19


For the ninth consecutive year, Keystone College will host The Gathering from July 16-19 on campus. The Gathering is an annual three-day symposium on creativity and imagination with performances, lectures, discussions, and workshops. People from diverse backgrounds meet to explore the creative spirit that permeates literature, science, and the arts around the world.

Keystone students place sixth in national business competition


Two Keystone College students recently compiled impressive performances in a respected national business competition in Chicago.

Keystone students complete internships in Spain


Kristy Keller and Bryan McIntyre are spending the summer in Madrid as part of the Keystone-Sodexo internship program.

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.

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