Public health workers are at a critically low level. Given the current Coronavirus pandemic, these deficiencies are of even greater importance.
As a free resource, the Professional Development Institute is offering three online courses at no charge and a selection of courses and certificates with an associated fee that have been specifically selected for this difficult time.
In an effort to help local first responders more safely assist citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic, Keystone College is donating much-needed surgical masks and gloves to the Factoryville Fire/EMS Department.
We are making summer classes at Keystone even more affordable by discounting undergraduate courses taken during summer and May sessions to $299 per credit. High school, visiting, and new or current Keystone undergraduate students are eligible for the summer tuition discount.
Keystone College recently conducted a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony for the new Dr. Jay Nathan International Guest House.
Keystone College’s Department of Performance Music will conduct its Spring Music Festival with two separate events on Sunday, March 22 in The Theatre at Brooks.