KEYSTONE News and Events
Keystone College has received a $9.9 million loan from the United States Department of Agriculture which will have a positive impact on the college and the students it serves.
#GivingTuesday, a global day of giving, will be celebrated on Tuesday, November 27, 2018.
The lives of young people in Northeastern Pennsylvania may soon improve significantly, thanks to the newly formed Keystone College Juvenile Justice Institute.
Members of the Keystone College community gathered to honor 2018-2019 scholarship donors and recipients at its 22nd annual Scholarship Luncheon on campus. The event provided students an opportunity to meet the donors who make it possible for them to pursue their education at Keystone College.
Keystone College hosted its 14th annual Veterans Day luncheon on Nov. 9 at the Theatre in Brooks. Guest speaker for the event was U.S. Air Force veteran and 1973 Keystone graduate Don Jones. Mr. Jones is commander of Clarks Summit VFW Post 7069 and serves as the military liaison for Keystone College’s Elmer R. Hawk ’48 Veterans Center.
Keystone College will partner with the Belize Fund to host a Native American Pow-Wow on Sunday, November 18 from 2-4 p.m. in the Theatre in Brooks.
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.