Keystone College has named Andra Basu, Ph.D. as its new provost/vice president for academic affairs.
Keystone College recently celebrated National Computer Science Education Week from December 6-12. Computer Science Education Week is celebrated each December to honor the memory of Grace Hopper, known as the first pioneer of computer programming, born on Dec. 9, 1906.
Keystone College has announced a new computer science scholarship program for high school students in seven local school districts.
Keystone College has received a $100,000 grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) to support its ongoing programs in technology-related education for local students.
Keystone College is preparing for a new academic year by welcoming its freshman class to campus on Friday, August 27 with in-person classes for all students beginning Monday, August 30. Keystone will host as a freshman class of approximately 220-225...
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.