Scholarships & Endowment Awards
Each student who applies to Keystone College and is accepted may be eligible for one of these merit scholarships. A student can only receive one and the scholarship is not need-based. The Admissions Office uses several pieces of information to determine the scholarship and dollar value awarded. These factors include, but are not limited to, SAT/ACT scores, high school academic record, and information provided in the application file.
Donor Supported Scholarships (Endowment Awards)
Endowed and special awards are funds that benefactors provide to Keystone College to award to students in accordance with the criteria established for each award. The Financial Assistance & Planning Office awards most of these scholarships during the preparation of the financial aid package; however some do require a separate application process. All students who receive one of these awards are asked to respond to the benefactors through the Development Office and will receive instructions on doing so.
Outside scholarships are determined by the issuing party and in most instances require certification of the student’s current enrollment. When outside scholarship monies are received your financial aid package may need to be re-determined to allow the scholarship monies to fit within you Cost of Attendance (COA).
KC Dollars Scholarship Program
Annual academic awards given to high school students for earning good grades allows them the opportunity to earn scholarship certificates to offset the cost of attending Keystone College.