The Library, Learning and Career Center

One-stop for academic support and career preparation.

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Academic Support and Career Preparation

The Library, Learning and Career Center provides a wide array of academic support services and resources for success, including advising and career services. Whether you are looking for information or need support, in or out of the classroom, we have someone on staff willing and able to help you every step of the way.

The Center, located on the main floor of the Miller Library, serves as your one-stop solution when you’re not sure where to turn to. We are open year-round with extended hours to meet the needs of our students.

Check out the available academic and career support services listed below.

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Advising Services

Let us assist you in navigating procedures for adding or dropping a course, changing your major, or selecting courses in relation to your desired career.

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Career Services

Let us help you to explore fields of study or graduate schools to achieve your career goals.

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Disability Services

We are committed to helping you navigate the process of securing accommodations or services at Keystone College.

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Library Services

We have a wide-range of services and materials, and a team of highly-skilled librarians to help you find the perfect book or scholarly article to complete your next research paper.

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Tutoring & Writing Support

Our tutors and writing specialists are available by appointment to assist you with an assignment or prepare for an upcoming test. Our tutoring is customized for each course to give you the personalized attention you need to be successful.

Keeping the Keystone Promise

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