Tuition and Aid
Keystone College is committed to making a college education a realistic prospect for students and their families. Eligible Keystone students may receive many forms of assistance including scholarships, grants, loans, student employment, and veteran’s benefits.
Continuing with Keystone’s mission of making college as accessible to as many students as possible, Keystone reset tuition prices beginning in the 2020-2021 academic year and grants and scholarships will be adjusted accordingly.
The tuition reset provides a more transparent and realistic sticker price, making college financing clearer and more straightforward for students and their families. While this is a bold move for Keystone, the College remains committed to providing a quality, personalized, and transformative education to each and every student.
Filing Your FAFSA
School Code: 003280
The FAFSA is the form the government uses to determine how much federal or state (if you’re a Pennsylvania resident) grant, loan, or work-study money you’re eligible for. You can file your FAFSA for each upcoming year after October 1.
Watch the video below for tips on how to fill out the FAFSA.
The Keystone Promise is our pledge to every Keystone College student that within six months of graduating they will receive at least one job offer or be accepted into a transfer or graduate program.
Our four-year developmental plan for student success and keeping the Promise is customized to develop the unique talents of our students and helps them succeed in their academic goals and career dreams.