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With more than 50 majors and 30 clubs and organizations, find out why Keystone is the perfect fit for you!

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“I chose Keystone because it is close enough to home but far enough away for me to get a college experience. The environment is inclusive and feels like everyone is part of one community.”

Alyssa Kashmer ’22
Early Childhood Education

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John F. Pullo Sr. named as Interim President

The Keystone College Board of Trustees has announced that John F. Pull, Sr. will become the College’s interim president, effective July 30, 2022

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Transfer to Keystone!

Generous transfer credit and scholarship awarding policies help make Keystone a transfer friendly school. See why and start your transfer application today.

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Your success extends beyond great academics.

100% of master’s degree students, 94% of bachelor’s degree students, and 100% of associate degree students reported successful outcomes within six months of graduation.

94% Success Rate

The Keystone Promise

Our pledge that within six months of graduating you will have received at least one job offer or been accepted into a transfer or graduate program.

The Stairs to Success

Our four-year developmental plan for success is customized to develop your unique talents and help you succeed in your academic and career goals.

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Keystone College has the lowest regional four-year private college tuition for full-time undergraduate students.

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