As a small, private, liberal arts college, we have the pleasure of evaluating each applicant on an individual, in-depth basis. Each student is considered holistically based on his/her own academic, social, and personal accomplishments. Keystone College has a reputation for creating a caring and supportive environment dedicated to our student’s needs.
Merit-based scholarship opportunities for all freshmen
The Keystone Promise – A guarantee, in writing, that new, full-time students will be successful upon graduation
High School Programs
Keystone College offers programs to local high school students. Students from local high schools can experience college level research, or get an early start on their college education through various programs that Keystone College offers.
- Art Workshops
- Dual Enrollment
- Summer Undergraduate Research Experience
Though not always an admission requirement, the Office of Admissions reserves the right to require an interview of any student who has made application to the College to determine admissibility.
A campus visit is always encouraged. There are several visiting options throughout each semester as well as during summer break. In addition, individual visits are available Monday through Saturday by appointment.
Special Considerations for Learning and/or Physical Disabilities
Keystone College complies with policy and federal law, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, which prohibit discrimination on the basis of a disability.
In order to request services and/or accommodations for students with learning or other disabilities, Keystone College requires a current evaluation by an appropriate professional attesting to the nature of the disability and specifying any limitations and special accommodations relevant to a college learning environment.
While information may be contained in an Individualized Education Plan, 504 Plan or Transitional Plan, Keystone College reserves the right to request additional information or assessment, such as recent psychological testing, to ensure proper guidance and assistance to the disabled student as needed throughout their tenure. Appropriate documentation should be submitted to the Admissions Office no later than four weeks prior to the start of class, to ensure adequate time for review.