KEYSTONE News and Events
The Keystone College Criminal Justice Department will offer a new course beginning in January designed to promote an ongoing dialogue between students and members of the law enforcement community.
The Keystone College Professional Development Institute will offer an online Medical Billing and Coding Certificate course beginning Oct. 12.
The Thomas G. Cupillari ’60 Astronomical Observatory will begin its fall schedule on Wednesday, September 23.
For the 14th consecutive year, Keystone College has been ranked as one of the nation’s best colleges in U.S. News & World Report.
Keystone College has introduced two new online platforms that should go a long way in helping students and alumni make key connections with potential employers.
Keystone student Shyanne Bennett makes sure that virtually every minute of every day is put to positive use.
Karen K. Yarrish, Ph.D., 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 summer 2020 semester.
Recent Keystone graduates Nick Martin, and Kristen Hlavaty and current student Nathaniel Jones have been able to forge ahead with their career plans during this unique time.
KC In the News
Keystone College student Natalie Wasilchak and Devin Welch, along with Assistant Professor Val Titus, Ph.D., were featured in the most recent issue of Endless Mountains Lifestyles. Read more
Assistant Professor Kerry C. Roe was featured in the August edition of Happenings Magazine. Read more
Keystone College has joined more than 350 colleges and universities across the country by signing a collective statement that sends a clear message about what college admissions officers’ value in prospective students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch a WBRE/WYOU...
Jo-Ann Kamichitis, Director of the Keystone College Thomas G. Cupillari ’60 Astronomical Observatory, was interviewed by WBRE/WYOU on astronomical events in July. Watch the interview
Assistant Professor Dana Harris, Ph.D., was extensively quoted in a Scranton Times-Tribune column by Chris Kelly. Read more