KEYSTONE News and Events
Keystone College has announced a tuition price reset beginning in the 2020-2021 academic year which continues the college’s mission of making college more accessible to as many students as possible.
Keystone College will host a memorial service to celebrate the life and legacy of former Keystone College President Edward G. “Ned” Boehm, Jr., Ed.D. on Saturday, October 12 from 9-10 a.m.
Keystone College continues to make progress on two major campus construction projects which will improve the campus and bring additional business revenue to the local community.
For the 13th consecutive year, Keystone College has been ranked as one of the nation’s best colleges in U.S. News & World Report.
Keystone College will host retired CIA operations officer, author, and national security commentator Sam Faddis at its annual Constitution Day Program on Tuesday, September 17 from 12:45 to 1:45 p.m. in Evans Hall in Hibbard Campus Center.
Keystone students lent a helping hand recently by packaging meals during the annual Colleges Building Community initiative at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine.
Karen K. Yarrish, Ph.D., interim provost and vice president for academic affairs, announced the full-time undergraduate, degree-seeking students who have been named to the Keystone College president’s, dean’s, and honors list for the spring 2019 semester.
La Plume -- Keystone College celebrated its 148th commencement during a ceremony at the Pavilion at Montage, Scranton, on Saturday, May 11. Degrees were conferred upon 290 students. The Ceremony and Speakers Gregory Baker, D.D.S., past president of the Harvard Society...
KC In the News
Lackawanna Trail students are getting a head start on their careers and college educations at the Keystone College Oppeneheim Family Children's Center thanks to a pre-apprenticeship program funded by a PASMart grant. Watch this WBRE/WYOU segment.
At Keystone College, learning extends beyond the classroom. Students in the mammal biology class joined adjunct instructor Rick Koval for a trip to "Elk County" to observe wild elk. Read more in this Pocono Record article.
Keystone College students were encouraged Friday to step outside the classroom and into nature for the sake of science. Read the Scranton Times-Tribune article
Millions of people around the globe are walking out of their jobs and their classrooms Friday in protest, all in an effort to save the planet. One of those protests is happening at Keystone College. Watch WNEP segment
Fox 56 stopped by the Keystone College Thomas G. Cupillari ’60 Astronomical Observatory to cover the harvest full moon. Watch the segment