Keystone College senior art students will present an exhibition of their artwork April 6-27 at AFA Gallery, 514 Lackawanna, Ave., Scranton. The exhibition displays the culmination of the students four years in the art program at Keystone and marks the beginning of their professional careers.
The first day of spring provided the perfect opportunity to celebrate the release of the new children’s book, Springtime Birds in My Backyard. Written by Keystone College Professor Karen Yarrish, Ph.D., and illustrated by Keystone Professor David Porter, the book uses rhythm and rhyme to describe the sights and sounds of commonly found birds in North America.
The Keystone College Department of Performance Music will conduct its spring jazz concert on Sunday, March 25 at 7 p.m. in the Theatre in Brooks. Admission is free and the public is invited.
At Keystone College, we’re known for providing the academic excellence and individual attention to help turn our students’ dreams into realities. But for us, success extends beyond great academics. We go the extra mile to provide even more value as we help students achieve their goals.
Associate Professor Brenda Lidy Was Recently Inducted to The Northeastern Chapter PRLA Board of Directors
Keystone College Associate Professor Brenda Lidy was recently inducted to the Northeastern Chapter of the Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association Board of Directors.
Keystone College Press will host a reception celebrating the release of the new children’s book, Springtime Birds in My Backyard on Tuesday, March 20 at 4 p.m. in Evans Hall in Hibbard Campus Center. The reception is free of charge and open to the public. Parents are invited to bring their children.
Keystone College senior art students will present an exhibition of their artwork April 6-27 at AFA Gallery, 514 Lackawanna, Ave., Scranton. The exhibition displays the culmination of the students four years in the art program at Keystone and marks the beginning of their professional careers.read more
Lindsey Lockwood, a visual arts major at Keystone College, won several Student Division Gold Addy Awards during the recent American Advertising Awards conference hosted by AAF Northeast Pennsylvania.read more
Keystone College is teaming up with Clarks Summit University to present the William Shakespeare classic, “Much Ado About Nothing” for the schools’ 2018 spring performance March 1 through March 4.read more
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Fox 56 Guests enjoyed sweet treats while supporting the fight against cancer during the Keystone College Hospitality and Event Planning Program's 5th annual Cupcake Challenge....
Pocono Record Article highlighting the Keystone College course Woodland Survival/Winter Ecology. Read...
Scranton Times-Tribune Op-ed by Keystone College Professor Steven Howell, Ph.D. regarding the College's recent community forum "President Donald Trump After One Year: How Have We Changed and Where Are We Headed?”. Read...
Scranton Times-Tribune Political scientists, journalists and civic leaders will discuss President Donald Trump’s first year in office during a panel discussion Thursday at Keystone College. Read...
Scranton Times-Tribune Get to know Keystone College student Bruce Wiley. Once homeless, the 68-year old finished his bachelor's degree and will graduate this spring from Keystone College. Read...