Keystone College offers a variety of scholarships to our new and returning students to help meet with the cost of tuition. These scholarship awards may be based on academic merit, financial need or both and are exclusively applied to tuition and fees. These awards are considered "gift aid" and do not need to be repaid by the student.

Most of our scholarships are awarded by the Office of Admission or the Financial Assistance and Planning Office, so there is no need for application. However, some of the Outside Scholarship sources have application deadlines and requirements.

Merit Scholarships
There are a variety of merit scholarships awarded by the Office of Admissions. Each student who applies to Keystone College and is accepted may be eligible for one of these merit scholarships.

Donor Supported Scholarships
The Financial Assistance & Planning Office awards most of the Endowed and annual scholarships during the preparation of the student’s financial aid package; however some do require a separate application process.

Program Awards
offers a variety of scholarships that are both need-based and program specific. This means that the scholarships are awarded to students in a particular major and have demonstrated need.

Outside Scholarships
These scholarships are private sources of funding offered from outside organizations and friends of Keystone College. Most of these scholarships have an application process with deadlines and requirements.