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The Keystone Commitment

Our Loan Repayment Assistance Program

Logo for Keystone Commitment Loan Repayment PlanKeystone College recognizes that many students and parents have concerns about the loans they may need to finance their college degree. We want you to be free to pursue the career of your choice without student loans standing in your way so we are providing a safety-net to help the burden of student loan repayment after graduation.

The Keystone Commitment Loan Repayment Assistance Program is our pledge, offered to all first-time, full-time freshmen (beginning Fall 2017) pursuing a baccalaureate degree. Once you are employed full-time after graduation, if you earn less than $40,000 per year, we will help repay your student (and parent PLUS) loans until you do. We believe in the value of a Keystone College education and are that confident in the preparedness of our graduates.

What is the Keystone Commitment?

Concerns about student loans shouldn’t stop you from attending Keystone College.

See what our new students are saying about the Keystone Commitment:

I’m able to pursue my dream of being a student athlete and future motivational speaker. I couldn’t ask for more.

Personally, debt is my biggest concern about college and the LRAP program really helps out with that.

The Keystone Commitment program allows me to go to my first choice school – Keystone College.

Important things you should know about the Keystone Commitment:

  1. You pay nothing. There is no charge to your family. We are providing this program as a commitment to our graduates.
  2. The Keystone Commitment covers all federal and private alternative student loans, as well as parent PLUS loans.
  3. Students must graduate with a bachelor’s degree from within no more than 6 years.
  4. Graduates must be employed in the U.S. and working at least 30 hours per week.

For more details on the program, please feel free to review our Terms and Conditions or email us

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Financial Advice and Resources

LRAP has partnered with the non-profit organization American Student Assistance to offer ASA’s Salt financial literacy program free of charge to our students.