Established by the Keystone College Alumni Association, scholarships are awarded annually from this endowed fund to traditional and Weekender students. To be eligible, students must have completed a minimum of 18 Keystone credit hours and must currently be registered for at least six credit hours. Academic excellence demonstrated at Keystone is the primary criteria, in addition to demonstrated leadership in campus clubs, student government organizations and sports, or community activities. Recipients must be directly related to a KeystoneCollege alumna/alumnus.
The scholarship is funded by proceeds from the Alumni Association's annual golf tournament, and gifts from alumni and friends.
Photo Caption: Gathering at the 2010-2011 Scholarship Luncheon are Alumni Association Board Members and, left to right: Gina Osif, recipient, Msgr. Andrew McGowan Cornerstone Award, student speaker and Alumni Association student representative; Richard Krebs '96, president of the Alumni Association; Patti Davis '80; Christopher Hughes, recipient, Alumni Association Scholarship; Brackney Brotzman, recipient, Alumni Association Scholarship; Justin Cardamone, recipient, Alumni Association and Kathryn Peck Knight Scholarships; Matthew Gentile, recipient, Alumni Association and Jean Cavalieri Mori Culinary Scholarships; Gerri Jesse, recipient, Alumni Association and Corabelle Chappell Memorial Scholarships; Carol James '60, donor, Leo Pietrefase Memorial Scholarship in Culinary Arts; and Bre Reynolds '02/'04, Vice President of the Alumni Association.
Keystone College holds an annual Scholarship Luncheon each November, offering scholarship donors an opportunity to meet the students who benefit from their kindness.