Congratulations! You’ve been accepted to Keystone College!
We have offered you a spot in our incoming class because we BELIEVE in you. Keystone is a special place, where we provide the resources and opportunities for you to excel academically, experience the world, get involved in a variety of activities, and be surrounded by a caring and diverse group of individuals who will help you BELONG. We hope you choose to BECOME a member of the Keystone family!
Please follow the enrollment checklist below to complete the enrollment process.
1. Calculate costs
The Net Price Calculator is tuition cost calculator designed to help you estimate the cost of your tuition and your financial aid options at Keystone College.
3. Review aid requirements and complete your cost of attendance worksheet
4. Review COVID-19 Protocols
For the latest COVID-19 updates and vaccine requirements, please visit keystone.edu/covid.
8. Join the Incoming Class of 2022
Join the Keystone College Incoming Class of 2022 Facebook group and get to know your future classmates, enjoy videos and photos, and see what’s new at Keystone. (Coming in early 2022!)
Follow us on Instagram for fresh content @kc_admissions.
Phase 2 – Begins After Deposit
1. Submit Transcripts
Submit your final high school or college transcripts to the Admissions office after your graduation. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Submit the Housing Survey
Complete the housing application on the Candidate tab in MyKC. Housing surveys will be available starting March 1 (Resident students only.)
4. Register for Orientation
All incoming students are expected to participate in our New Student Orientation Program.
Phase 3 – After Orientation
1. Review your invoice
Bills are due August 8. Know the billing cycle and review your invoice with Student Central. All aid must be approved and balance paid in full.
3. Access the Student Health Portal
Use your Keystone username and submit all required health forms through the Student Health Portal no later than one week prior to your first day on campus.
4. Review the FERPA Policy
Review the FERPA policy and fill out the FERPA form if you want to grant access of your records to someone else.
5. New Science and Allied Health majors only: Order your lab coat
If you are a Science or Allied Health major, order your lab coat. The deadline is August 5 and the cost is FREE. You will receive your coat as part of your freshmen lab pack your first week on campus.
Are you undecided about a major?
That’s okay. We will work with you to explore majors and career options before making a commitment to your field of study.
Important Codes: SAT code: 2351
ACT code: 3602 | FAFSA: 003280