Keystone College President Dr. Tracy L. Brundage and Luzerne County Community College President Thomas P. Leary signed a Dual Admissions transfer agreement that will offer guaranteed admission to Keystone for LCCC graduates to pursue their bachelor’s degree.
Keystone College has announced its goal to resume full in-person classes beginning in the fall 2021 semester. Classes for the fall semester are scheduled to begin August 30, 2021.
Keystone College has received a state apprenticeship grant to help create a pipeline of early childhood educators in Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Keystone College is expanding its curriculum with the addition of five new high demand, career-based bachelor degrees.
Public health workers are at a critically low level. Given the current Coronavirus pandemic, these deficiencies are of even greater importance.
As a free resource, the Professional Development Institute is offering three online courses at no charge and a selection of courses and certificates with an associated fee that have been specifically selected for this difficult time.
Eight Keystone College education majors are serving as students teachers during the spring semester in regional school districts.
Keystone College has received a state grant to collaborate with Shippensburg University to survey early childhood education teachers about the ways they most effectively learn the skills they need to perform their jobs.
Keystone College has announced a tuition price reset beginning in the 2020-2021 academic year which continues the college’s mission of making college more accessible to as many students as possible.
Keystone College and Salus University have signed articulation agreements enabling Keystone students to pursue professional degrees in Salus’ doctor of optometry (OD) program and its physician assistant (PA) studies master of science program.