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Learn How to Apply to Keystone

We review applications on a rolling basis throughout the year. However, we recommend that you apply to Keystone College as early as possible prior to the semester in which you want to begin your studies. This will afford you an early decision, and priority in merit scholarship selection and financial aid awards.

Important Codes: SAT code: 2351 | ACT code: 3602 | FAFSA: 003280

Determine your student type:

Freshman Applicants:

You will apply to Keystone College as a freshman applicant if you:

  • are currently in your last year of high school or have completed high school
  • are a GED recipient or have completed a high school equivalency exam
  • have taken college classes without enrolling in a degree program or have attempted fewer than 12 non-developmental college credits.

 

Freshman Learn How Freshman Apply Now

 

Office of Admission
570-945-8111 or
1-800-824-2764
admissions@keystone.edu

Transfer Applicants:

If you have attempted at least 12 or more college credits (non-developmental) at another college or university (excluding courses taken while in high school), you can apply to Keystone College as a transfer student. If you’re unsure of your status at the school you are attending, or previously attended, we recommend that you contact the registrar’s office at that institution.

Transfers Learn How Transfers Apply Now

 

Office of Admission
570-945-8111 or
1-800-824-2764

Online Applicants (KCVC)

If you are interested in a degree on your own time as you balance work, study, and home life, learn how to apply to KCVC (Keystone College Virtual Campus).

 

KCVC Learn How KCVC Apply Now

Adult, Online, Teacher Certification Prep, or other Certificate Program Applicants 

For all Non-Traditional students seeking a degree or certificate program, please use this application. (Examples include, Credit Certificates and Workforce Education, Teacher Certification Preparation Programs, and Early Childhood Education for Bilingual Students.

 

Adult/Online/Certificates Apply Now

 

Graduate Applicants

If you have earned a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution, with a cumulative grade point average of a 3.0 or higher, you can apply to Keystone College as a graduate student.

 

Graduates Learn How Graduates Apply Now

 

Office of Admission
570-945-8111 or
1-800-824-2764
admissions@keystone.edu

International Students

Learn how to apply from countries outside of the U.S.

 

International Learn How

 

Office of Admission
570-945-8111 or
1-800-824-2764
admissions@keystone.edu

Readmitted Students

Pick up where you left off. Learn how to be readmitted to Keystone.

 

Readmits Learn How

 

Office of Admission
570-945-8111 or
1-800-824-2764
admissions@keystone.edu

Veteran Students

Learn more about the veteran student enrollment process.

 

Veterans Learn How

 

Office of Admission
570-945-8111 or
1-800-824-2764
admissions@keystone.edu

Visiting Students

Visiting students are welcome to take up to 12 credits.

 

Visitors Learn How

 

Office of Admission
570-945-8111 or
1-800-824-2764
admissions@keystone.edu