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Homecoming And Family Weekend 2019

Celebrate Homecoming and Family Weekend 2021

Celebrate Homecoming and Family Weekend at Keystone College from October 15-17, 2021. Alumni are invited back to campus to rekindle ties with old classmates and families to reconnect with their students. Join our students, alumni, families, and friends for our annual...
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Dr. Michael Mould Gala event postponed

Due to the continuing spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant throughout the region, we must postpone, “A Gala Honoring Dr. Michael Mould” scheduled for October 16. 2021.

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Keystone ranked in top tier of U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges”

For the 15th consecutive year, Keystone College has been ranked as one of the nation’s best colleges in U.S. News & World Report.

Keystone Move In Day

Keystone College begins 2021-2022 academic year

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...
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Keystone College Observatory slates fall sessions

The Thomas G. Cupillari ’60 Astronomical Observatory will begin its fall program on Wednesday, September 8

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Keystone College enters into joint initiative with Wyoming County

Keystone College is pleased to announce a historic new initiative with Wyoming County which will benefit the college and county residents.

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Opinion: The Olympics is a disaster for people who live in host cities

Keystone College Assistant Professor Michael McDougall, Ph.D., recently co-authored the article “The Olympics is a disaster for people who live in host cities” in the Washington Post.  Dr. McDougall wrote the article with former Keystone faculty member Mac Ross who...

Western wildfires causing hazy sky

Keystone College Assistant Professor Jessica Faux was featured in a WNEP segment about how western wildfires are causing a hazy sky locally. Watch the interview. More News

Professor Jeff Brauer interviewed by South Korean TV

Professor Jeff Brauer was recently interviewed about Generation Z by Arirang TV, South Korea’s state-run and the country’s largest English-language broadcasting network. Watch the interview. Please note Professor Brauer's  segment begins around the 9:40 mark.  ...

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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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Where can I go for assistance choosing/changing/declaring a major?

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.

 

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.
I need help applying for financial aid, who can help me with this?

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I need to apply for loans for college, where can I go to do this?

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I believe I have an outstanding balance, where can I go to discuss this?

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I need to request a refund. Who handles this?

Student Central

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I’ve been struggling with all of my academic responsibilities, Is there somewhere on campus that I can get some help?

Student Counseling and Well-Being Center

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Is there a place on campus that I can go that will help me with equal access to the learning environment on campus?

Keystone Disability Services

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Friends and family are concerned that I don’t seem like myself. Where can I go?

Student Counseling and Well-Being Center

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I have some questions about dealing with sexual assault. Who can help me?

Student Counseling and Well-Being Center

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I’ve been feeling overwhelmed/homesick/sad/stressed/alone. Is there someone on campus that I can talk to?

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I’m having difficulty relating to my friends, family, classmates. Where can I go to talk about this?

Student Counseling and Well-Being Center

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I’m having issues with drug and alcohol abuse. I need some help. Where can I go?

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
I have some questions about FERPA, who can answer these questions?

Student Central

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Disability Students

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.