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At Keystone College, we’re known for providing the academic excellence and individual attention to help turn our students’ dreams into realities.

But for us, success extends beyond great academics. We go the extra mile to provide even more value as we help students achieve their goals. Keystone College provides these benefits at no additional cost to the student or their families:

Financial assistance can help with the cost of attending college.

We’re proud of these unique innovations but we also know that students today rely on financial assistance to help with the cost of attending college. At Keystone, 96 percent of our students receive financial aid and 88 percent of our first-time, full time admitted students* were awarded merit scholarships. In fact, the average financial aid award covers 65 percent of tuition. Ninety-eight percent of our most recent graduates are employed or enrolled in graduate school and in some of our programs, such as accounting and many of the sciences, the placement rate is 100 percent.

students receive
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of tuition covered by financial aid.

students awarded scholarships.*

So, you see, we strive for excellence in so many ways. We’re a close-knit community where every student is valued as an individual and receives the instruction, care, and support he or she expects and deserves each and every day. The more you learn about us, the more you’ll realize the true value of a Keystone education. Then, you know why we are proud to say, Believe, Belong, and Become at Keystone College.

Graduate on time.

Private colleges have a higher graduation rate. Graduating on time will save you money.

~Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania

Earn more money.

Individuals with bachelor’s degrees earn $17,500 more in median earnings and one million dollars more in lifetime earnings.

~Georgetown University, Center of Education and The Workforce

Get a better job.

55% of good paying jobs go to graduates with at least a four-year degree according.

~Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania

How much will it cost?