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Clubs and Organizations
Yes, Keystone’s rural campus life is serene and relaxing, but with over 30 clubs and organizations on the books, you’ll never run out of things to do. Student-run clubs and organizations can be creatively driven, community service oriented, academic related or sports affiliated, and they are a wonderful way to meet people, travel, learn about different subjects, and gain valuable leadership opportunities.
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Ambassadors are students interested in building leadership and public speaking skills, as well as an enhanced knowledge of Keystone College by conducting guided campus tours.
Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society
Alpha Lambda Delta is a nationwide honor society for freshmen who are pursuing a bachelor degree, are enrolled full time and have earned a 3.5 or higher grade point average during the first semester or first year in college.
Keystone Anime Intelligence, or K.A.I., is a club focused around Japanese animation bringing anime fans together in a place they can freely express their likes and Japanese culture in anime itself.
Armed Forces Club
The Keystone College Armed Forces Club (KCAFC) is a club which enables student veterans, their spouses, dependents, and anyone wishing to support our troops to speak with a unified voice.
The Keystone Art Society broadens students’ world perspective on art and culture.
Keystone Bible Study
The club is non-denominational, student run, and focuses on Biblical discussion and discovery. Its mission is to empower students for a Christ centered life on campus and beyond. The club is active with service on campus and off, following in the servant-like footsteps of Christ.
Colleges Against Cancer
Colleges Against Cancer is a nationwide collaboration of college students, faculty, and staff dedicated to eliminating cancer by working to implement the programs and missions of the American Cancer Society.
Keystone Creekwalkers is Trout Unlimited “5-Rivers” collegiate program, activities include; fly fishing and fly tying seminars, fishing trips, stream habitat and erosion control projects, aquatic life and water sampling, trips to conventions.
Crossroads Bible Study
Students meet each week for Bible study, fellowship and deepening of their faith.
The Eco Club is based on the principle of establishing an ecologically aware campus community while providing educational, social and community service opportunities relating to the environment.
The Fencing Club is to inform and educate students about the different aspects of fencing and provide recreational fencing activities and events for its members and the campus community.
Forensic Science Club
The Forensic Science Club of Keystone College is an academic club; providing student members with the opportunity to participate in activities pertaining to science and law in order to help prepare for a career in forensic science.
This club provides and directs candidates interested in games of various forms. This includes, but is not limited to video games (both console and PC), card games, board games, and mobile games.
Inter-hall Council is comprised of elected and appointed representatives from each residence hall. This group evaluates and recommends changes in the residence halls, and promotes and sponsors hall and campus activities.
Intercollegiate is a program designed to bring together students from six local colleges and universities. Programs are held once a month at the various institutions to focus on topics such as Interpersonal and Leadership Skills, Government and Justice, Community Issues, and Community Service.
Key Choices Club
Key Choices promotes student and young adult based, campus and community-wide leadership on healthy and safe lifestyle decisions with the BACCHUS Initiatives concerning alcohol abuse, tobacco use, illegal drug use, nutrition, physical activities, positive inter-personal relationships, unhealthy sexual practices and other high-risk behaviors.
Keystone College Cheerleaders
The Keystone College cheerleaders are a group of athletic and energetic students who are devoted to the traditions of the College and its school spirit.
The Keystone Players
We invite everyone to audition, regardless of experience. Participation in the annual Keystone Players’ theater productions is open to all students, alumni, administrators, faculty, and staff, and we often invite community residents (including children) to audition for large-cast shows.
Mofyah Step Team
Mofyah Step Team involves students in an activity that promotes cultural diversity, sisterhood, and unity both on campus and in the community.
Multicultural Affairs Student Association (MCASA)
MCASA seeks to promote diversity awareness, cultivate interest in diverse heritages, provide experiences, friendship, and happiness in the pursuit and development of our education, and organize events that relate to multiculturalism.
Opposing Prejudice Ending Negativity (O.P.E.N.)
O.P.E.N. provides Keystone Students who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, questioning and heterosexual a safe place to discuss their feelings and fears related to sexual orientation.
Performance Music at Keystone College
Exciting opportunities for instrumentalists and vocalists of all ability levels.
Psychology Club is open to all Keystone College students who have an interest in the field of psychology.
The Keystone Service Club (K.S.C.) provides students with many opportunities to engage in service projects and to assist those in need.
The Keystone Snow Team accommodates the general need for student, staff and community members of Keystone College to participate in skiing and snowboarding.
Sport Management and Recreation Team (S.M.A.R.T.)
S.M.A.R.T. is geared toward students interested in networking and exploring careers in the sport and recreation industry.
Student Philanthropy Club
The Student Philanthropy Club promotes philanthropic impact at Keystone College and creates a lasting awareness that donor support is critical by engaging in both educational and fundraising activities.
Education majors are expected to join a professional organization as part of their portfolio requirements. A good choice for most students is the SPSEA, (Student Pennsylvania State Education Association).
Twenty-one Plus Students (T.O.P.S.)
T.O.P.S. is a support network for adult students; it provides educational and personal enrichment through a variety of extracurricular activities.
Keystone College Voices is an all acapella choir. The group performs many different types of music at campus and community events.
Keystone Colleges’ student radio station is on-air 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and advances Keystone’s educational programs as per the FCC’s regulations for non-commercial educational stations.