Fall Semester Checklist

You did it! You’re a Keystonian! Congratulations on being admitted for the fall semester!
Please follow the enrollment checklist for fall to complete the enrollment process.

Phase 1

1. Submit the FAFSA.

Create your FSA ID, then fill your FAFSA form at by April 30 or you may be in jeopardy of losing your institutional grants and scholarships.
Keystone College’s code is 003280.

2. Review aid requirements.

Complete all your requirements for disbursement of financial aid listed in your financial aid letter that was mailed to your home. (Find the Master Promissory note at student

3. Pay your deposit.

Pay your deposit online using MyKC (your log-in credentials were emailed when you submitted our on-line application) or visit the Enrollment Deposit page for information on other payment methods. 

4. Register for Accepted Student Day

Celebrate your acceptance to Keystone College! Take the opportunity to attend one of our accepted student days or other visit events, and see what it is like to be a Keystone student!

Phase 2 – Begins After Deposit

1. Submit final transcripts.

Submit your final high school or college transcripts to the Admissions office after your graduation.

2. Submit the Freshmen Advising Survey.

Freshmen, submit the Advising Intake Information form on the Candidate tab in MyKC.

3. Submit the housing survey.

Students who have submitted their enrollment deposit should complete the housing application on the Candidate tab in MyKC. Housing surveys will be available starting March 1 (Resident students only.)

6. Complete the Risk Waiver Form

Freshmen, complete the Orientation Weekend Risk Waiver form before Orientation Day. 

Phase 3 – After Orientation.

1. Register your vehicle.

Learn more about vehicle registration and parking.

2. Access the Student Health Portal.

Submit all required health forms through the Student Health Portal and complete all requirements no later than one week prior to your first day on campus. Use your Keystone username and log-in to log-in to the Student Health Portal when it’s available.

3. 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.

4. Review your invoice.

Know the billing cycle and review your invoice with Student Business Services. Bills are due August 8. All aid must be approved and balance paid in full. 

5. Read the Student Handbook

Read the Student Handbook and become familiar with College policies.