Discover Keystone. Discover Yourself.
Discover what life on campus is like at Keystone. When you become a Keystonian, you will enjoy campus life in a passionate, close-knit community…a family. Keystone College comes together in many different ways to give our students the best of both worlds, both inside and outside of the classroom.
Whether it’s listening to a lecture from a well-known author or civil rights leader, enjoying a top quality performance from one of Keystone’s music ensembles, or participating in an intramural sports competition, there is always something exciting happening on campus.
Show your Keystone spirit in a sea of blue …and orange.
Whether you’re watching field hockey, baseball, football, or another of our 18 varsity sports, you will feel the excitement and tradition of Keystone’s long-standing athletics as you cheer on your favorite team.
Great Campus Location
Located in the Endless Mountains region, 20 Minutes from Scranton, PA
We offer the best of both worlds: a comfortable, rural 276-acre private campus with easy access to nearby city of Scranton.
Life on Campus for Commuter Students
We encourage you to take full advantage of all the facilities Keystone College has to offer. Student activities and campus events, as well as clubs & organizations, are open to our commuting student population. You can enjoy a meal or watch TV in the Giants’ Lounge or Student Restaurant. Dining Services has several convenient meal plans designed for commuters. Commuters are also highly encouraged to utilize the computer labs and study areas in the Miller Library and Hibbard Campus Center. Get involved with other commuters at Keystone College by joining the Commuter Council, Student Government or other clubs and organizations!
Diversity on campus.
We acknowledge and embrace the importance of diversity in today’s world. The Keystone community experiences a diverse campus life. We provide many opportunities to learn about other cultures and lifestyles. We foster an environment of inclusiveness through respect and appreciation for diversity, including but not limited to socioeconomic backgrounds, race, age, ethnicity, the nation of origin, gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, and disabilities through programming.
Contact Diversity Services at 570-945-8253 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Located in the Student Life Center, 2nd Floor Hibbard Campus Center.