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Keystone College to celebrate Earth Week

Keystone College will observe Earth Week 2021from April 19-23 with a variety of in-person and virtual activities.

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Keystone College announces additional spring commencement details

Keystone College has provided additional details for its 2021 commencement ceremony.

Sodexo Feature

Hidden Heroes of the Covid-19 Pandemic

As Covid-19 made it considerably more difficult for the Keystone College community to interact, heroes from Sodexo, the international company that oversees the college’s facilities and dining services, made life better and safer for everyone.

Cupcake Challenge 16

Keystone College students plan Eighth Annual Cupcake Challenge

 The Keystone College Hospitality Club will host the eight annual “Cupcake Challenge” on Tuesday, April 20 from 4-8 p.m. Proceeds will benefit the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be curbside pick-up only. No...
Brenda Lidy Hospitality

PA live! segment featuring Brenda Lidy

Keystone College Professor Brenda Lidy discusses Keystone College’s Hospitality Business Management program on WBRE’s “PA live!”

Public Health Week

Keystone Celebrates National Public Health Week

Join the Biological & Physical Sciences and Mathematics program for National Public Health Week: Building Bridges to Better Health from April 5-12 for a variety of free online activities and lectures.

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Leaders from NEPA discuss rebuilding Post-COVID world

As a part of Keystone College's National Public Health Week celebration, the College hosted a virtual panel of leaders from throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania to discuss rebuilding the post-COVID World. Watch the FOX56 segment

Lucas Taylor: Helping Others is His Goal In Life

For Lucas Taylor, the desire to help others is the most important quality anyone can have. It’s something he practices every day in his job at Keystone College and in the local community. Read more in this Happenings Magazine article

Keystone College presents all-women senior art exhibit

Keystone College students will have the chance to show what kind of artists they’ve become in an upcoming exhibit. The “Becoming…” senior art exhibit features work by nine senior women from the college’s visual arts program and will be on display at AFA Gallery, 101...

Skywatch 16: Using the moon as your compass

John Sabia from Keystone's Thomas G. Cupillari '60 Astronomical Observatory shares tips on using the moon as your stargazing compass on a Skywatch 16 segment. Watch the segement

Sugary Keystone tradition starts up

A yearly, sugary tradition is starting up again at Keystone College. The Keystone Sugar Shack is up and running for 2021. The Sugar Shack is a program run by Keystone that gives students experience with making authentic maple syrup from scratch using the hundreds of...

Upcoming Events

Mon 19

Earth Week: Campus Cleanup

April 19 @ 12:00 pm
Tue 20

Earth Week: “Jumbo Wild” Documentary

April 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Tue 20

Colleges Against Cancer: Survivors Speak

April 20 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Tue 20

Cupcake Challenge

April 20 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Tue 20

Accepted Students Virtual Chat

April 20 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Wed 21

WKCV Presents Name That Tune

April 21 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

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All current students have an assigned academic advisor and should meet with that advisor before each registration cycle. Your advisor, who is determined by your major, can assist you with academic requirements, career goals, and registering.

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The Counseling and Well-Being Center can help with healthy lifestyle choices for students, staff and faculty.

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Student Central is available to help students with financial aid, course registration, billing, and student accounts.

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Where should I go for assistance with registering for classes if I don’t have an academic advisor or if I don’t know who my advisor is?
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All current students have an assigned academic advisor and should meet with that advisor before each registration cycle. Your advisor, who is determined by your major, can assist you with academic policies and requirements, career goals, registering for classes, and registration forms.

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All current students have an assigned academic advisor and should meet with that advisor before each registration cycle. Your advisor, who is determined by your major, can assist you with academic policies and requirements, career goals, registering for classes, and registration forms.

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  • All current students have an assigned academic advisor and should meet with that advisor before each registration cycle. Your advisor, who is determined by your major, can assist you with academic policies and requirements, career goals, registering for classes, and registration forms.  Learn how to contact your advisor here.
  • If you need help with your resume, career documents or grad school, visit Career Services, email careers@keystone.edu, or call 570-945-8337.
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I’m having issues with drug and alcohol abuse. I need some help. Where can I go?

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My friends think I may have an eating disorder. Who can I talk with about this?

Student Counseling and Well-Being Center

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Where can I go to understand academic requirements and policies?

Your Advisor

All current students have an assigned academic advisor and should meet with that advisor before each registration cycle. Your advisor, who is determined by your major, can assist you with academic policies and requirements, career goals, registering for classes, and registration forms.

  • Learn how to contact your advisor here
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