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Class Of 2020

Class of 2020 Commencement celebration update

Keystone College will host an in-person commencement celebration for the Class of 2020.

PA Smart Grant May

Keystone receives PAsmart grant for youth STEM initiative

Keystone College has received a state grant to develop several technology programs for regional elementary and high school students.

Ty Sharrow

Ty Sharrow selected as Keystone’s Outstanding Graduate

Ty Spencer Sharrow has been named Keystone’s Outstanding Graduate for the Class of 2021.

David Arnold

Keystone College names interim Provost/VP for Academic Affairs

Keystone College has named David Arnold, Ph.D. as Interim Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Keystone College seal on podium.

All-College Honors Convocation 2021 recognizes achievements

The Keystone College campus community gathered virtually through Zoom to celebrate All-College Honors Convocation.

Vicki

Vicki Stanavitch: Keystone Plays A Major Role In Her Life

For Vicki Stanavitch, Ph.D., Keystone College is more than classrooms and laboratories where she teaches science and public health. It’s a living and learning community that has become a huge part of her life. Read more in this Happenings Magazine article.More News

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Vicki Stanavitch: Keystone Plays A Major Role In Her Life

For Vicki Stanavitch, Ph.D., Keystone College is more than classrooms and laboratories where she teaches science and public health. It’s a living and learning community that has become a huge part of her life. Read more in this Happenings Magazine article.More News

Keystone students explore police relations

Keystone's course “Bridging Perspectives: Critical Conversations for Students and Police,” which enables students to engage in meaningful conversations with law enforcement about current social, racial, and criminal justice issues, was featured in an article the...

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 More News

Upcoming Events

Wed 19

Observatory Spring Public Viewing Program

May 19 @ 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Mon 24

Commencement

May 24 @ 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Tue 25

May Intersession Begins

May 25 @ 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Tue 25

Graduate Summer Session Begins

May 25 @ 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Jun 04

May Intersession Ends

June 4 @ 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Jun 07

Summer Session I Begins

June 7 @ 12:00 am - 11:59 pm

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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?

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.

Who can help me register for my classes if I have an advisor?

Student Central, and your individual advisor

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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.

 

Where can I go to explore interests and goals or to receive career advice?
  • 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.
  • 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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Keystone Disability Services

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Student Counseling and Well-Being Center

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Student Counseling and Well-Being Center

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Student Counseling and Well-Being Center

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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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Office of Disability

Keystone Student Disability Services works with administrators, faculty, and staff to provide reasonable support services for students with disabilities.

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Advising

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.

Well-Being

Counseling and Well-Being

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

Student Central

Student Central

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