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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.

Keystone encourages students to actively engage in at least one of the student-run clubs and organizations. In the start of the fall semester, the campus holds a club rush to give our students a chance to check out the opportunities available to them.

Explore our student clubs and organizations.

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.

Admissions Ambassadors
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 to prospective and incoming students and other campus community constituents.

Black Student Union (BSU)
In accordance to Keystone College’s policy and commitment to diversity, the Black Student Union will serve as a representative of students of color to provide an inclusive community to ensure a successful academic and social experience for all students.

Chemistry Club
The Chemistry Club is for students that are interested in science, and more specifically, chemistry! We aim to encourage students to part- take in individual projects as well as observe group demonstrations. Students will also be encouraged to attend the American Chemical Society conference and a variety of other excursions.

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, and trips to conventions.

Criminal Justice & Psychology Club
Criminal Justice and Psychology Club has been established to facilitate effective and diverse learning experiences in cooperation with the Criminal Justice and Psychology faculty and staff, to contribute to a sense of responsibility for promoting the understanding of each field’s themes and issues, and to provide an avenue for social expression and the exchange of ideas for students interested in Criminal Justice and Psychology

Eco Club/Wildlife Society
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.

Fencing Club
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.

FBLA Collegiate (formerly PBL)
FBLA Collegiate is a national organization designed for college students interested in developing leadership, communication, and team skills, or simply looking for an organization to meet and network with others at the local, state, or national levels. Come join the fun and build your resume at the same time.

Foreign Language Club

Future Healthcare Professionals Club
The Future Healthcare Professionals Club is a community of students with a common interest in the field of medicine. Club members can participate in various healthcare related programs and events both on and off campus throughout the school year.

Giant eSports

Horror Society

Hospitality Club
Hospitality Club is an academic club focused on giving Hospitality Management, and all other students the opportunity to explore and learn different areas related to Hospitality. Hospitality Club hosts multiple events per year that provide students with hands on experience, including an Etiquette luncheon, a Fashion Show, and the Cupcake Challenge

International Student Club

Investment Club
The Keystone College Investment Club is a club where students can learn about investing and business by managing a real-money portfolio of stocks and bonds. The Club was founded in 2021 with a gift from The Kirby K. Hickey and Rebecca N. Hickey Investment Fund.  Please contact Kevin Vinson, who is the faculty advisor with any questions.

Keystone InterVarsity
The purpose of Keystone InterVarsity is to establish and advance at colleges and universities witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God’s Word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture, and God’s purposes in the world. No matter where you are at in your faith journey, you are welcome here.

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.

Let’s Learn Together
Let us help you find a new interest! In this club, students get to try something new every meeting, whether it’s learning about a certain topic or trying a new hobby. Let’s Learn Together provides a safe, judgment-free learning space made specifically for beginners.

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 (Bands at Keystone)
Exciting opportunities for instrumentalists and vocalists of all ability levels.

Planned Parenthood Generation Action

Ski Club
The Keystone Snow Team brings together students, staff, and community members interested in skiing, snowboarding, and other outdoor winter activities.

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 PSEA
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).

Student Government Association

WKCV Radio
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.

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Student Activities
Location: 2nd Floor, Hibbard Campus Center

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