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Keystone College receives scholarship from CampusWorks

Dec 5, 2019

La Plume – Keystone College is the most recent winner of a $2,000 scholarship from CampusWorks, a strategic higher education consulting firm.

In celebration of the company’s 20th anniversary, CampusWorks, Bradenton, Fla., has launched a scholarship giveaway to support student success and has pledged to donate $2,000 scholarships to 20 different colleges and universities, including Keystone, across the United States and Canada.

In recent years, students across the nation have been relying more on scholarships and other sources of financial aid to support their educational goals.

“We are delighted and honored to receive this scholarship as part of the CampusWorks 20th Anniversary Scholarship Giveaway,” said Keystone College President Tracy L. Brundage, Ph.D. “This generous gift will help us continue our educational mission and benefit our students tremendously as we strive to prepare them for successful careers and leadership roles in their communities following graduation. We offer our sincere thanks to everyone at Campus Works for their commitment to Keystone College and to higher education.”

“After two decades working directly with institutions, we see firsthand the challenges many students face,” said CampusWorks CEO Liz Murphy. “We want to do our part to ensure that financial need does not prevent anyone from pursuing a quality education.”

Founded in 1999, CampusWorks vision is to improve society by making higher education accessible to everyone education and the 20th anniversary scholarship campaign helps make that vision become a reality.

Enrolling nearly 1,400 students, Keystone offers more than 40 undergraduate and graduate degree options in liberal arts and science-based programs in business, communications, education, fine arts, natural science, environmental science, and social sciences. Located 15 minutes from Scranton, Pa. and two hours from New York City and Philadelphia, Keystone is known for small class sizes and individual attention focused on student success through internships, research, and community involvement.

Photo: Keystone College officials display a $2,000 scholarship check pledged by CampusWorks, a strategic higher education consulting firm based in Bradenton, Fla. From left: Karen Yarrish, Ph.D., interim provost and vice president for academic affairs; Vicki Stanavitch, Ph.D., associate professor; Tracy Brundage, Ph.D., president; Frances Langan, Ed.D., vice president for institutional affairs and strategic initiatives