Campaigns and Special Projects
For all who believe that we can transform lives with an excellent education, thank you.
As the needs of our students change, so does our campus. We continue to evolve and add new academic programs, expand our athletic offerings, and improve our facilities. Keystone College regularly identifies campaigns and special projects which you can choose to support directly with a gift.
Put a Bow On It!
A campaign aimed at adding the “finishing touches” to current and upcoming capital projects. These include items such as sculptural pieces, benches for reflection, a fire pit and so much more. We invite you to explore the ways you can create a warm and environment for our students!
Historic Trolley Trail
For 82 years, the Northern Electric Street Railway has been silent in this part of Pennsylvania, but its paths and possibilities for connecting people and communities remain. In partnership with Countryside Conservancy, Keystone College has been awarded a grant of $755,905 for the development of a 1.5 mile segment of the former Trolley route.
New Entrance and Streetscape
Keystone was awarded a $1.2M PennDot Grant for a New Entrance and Pedestrian Streetscape on College Avenue that will transform our front door into a welcoming pedestrian street that will be sure to attract even more students.
Tree of Knowledge
The Tree of Knowledge constructed by Matt Thomases measures 15 ft. in height and is proposed to be located at the center of a roundabout at Keystone’s new entrance. This centerpiece sculpture will bear witness to the College’s longstanding commitment to a holistic ethical education that values the arts and environmental stewardship.
3-D Design Center
KC3D is a technology resource for the entrepreneurial business, manufacturing services for anyone interested in this exciting and emerging technology.
Athletic Track and Field Complex
Keystone College dedicated a new $3.4 million synthetic all-weather athletic field and track complex on April 26, 2014. Hundreds of alumni, friends, and members of the campus community gathered to participate in many events that were planned including a Relay for Life, family-friendly games, and a barbeque lunch.
Do you like what you see?
Support one of our special projects.