KEYSTONE News and Events
Homecoming and Family Weekend at Keystone College unites the past with the present, creating a wonderful opportunity for alumni to rekindle ties with old classmates and families to reconnect with students.
The Keystone College Alumni Association honored a group of distinguished alumni for their outstanding achievements during Homecoming and Family Weekend festivities on October 12-13, 2018.
Taking an intersession course during one of our two Winter Intersessions is a great way to earn additional credits toward your degree in just a few weeks! Keystone College is even making it more affordable by discounting Winter Intersession courses to $380 per credit, including texts.
The Keystone College Armed Forces Club will host a car show on Sunday, October 14 from noon- 4 p.m. in the main parking lot on campus.
Keystone College will honor three former faculty members who helped found and advance the college’s highly respected art program during a Founders Art Exhibit opening reception on Saturday, October 13 from 5-7 p.m. in the Linder Gallery of the Miller Library.
Bernadine Ahonkhai, Ed.D., Scott Koerwer, Ed.D., Attorney Zachary D. Morahan, Attorney Peter G. Rossi, and Paul Wendolowski have been elected as the newest members of the Keystone College Board of Trustees.
Keystone College announced its Homecoming Royals during Homecoming and Family Weekend festivities on October 12-13, 2018.read more
Keystone College recently inducted more than 20 students into a national honor society, Alpha Lambda Delta.read more
Congratulations to the five students and two alumni who were inducted into the first cast of Kappa Epsilon Psi, Keystone’s chapter of the Alpha Psi Omega National Theatre Honor Society, on Sunday, September 16, 2018.read more
KC In the News
Keystone College began with a conversation at a general store. The north had just won the Civil War, and no secondary schools existed between Scranton and Binghamton, New York. At that general store in the small Wyoming County town of Factoryville, three men discussed...
Keystone students partnered with Geisinger's Springboard Healthy Scranton Initiative and local non-profit, Here for a Reason, and students from Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, Lackawanna College, and University of the Sciences to assemble 10,000 meals to be...
The Scranton Times-Tribune Brothers Jay and Scott Mathewson finally got to see the hometown of baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Christy Mathewson. Jay Mathewson of Atlanta and Scott of St. Louis, and Scott’s son, Jack, came to Factoryville and neighboring Keystone...
The Scranton Times-Tribune One group at a time, students took deep breaths and began to speak about what they learned this week — robotics, 3D printing, global health, astronomy, pottery and bacterial...
The Scranton Times-Tribune Op-ed by Keystone College Scholar in Residence and alumna Suzanne Fisher Staples '65.