KEYSTONE News and Events
Eight Keystone College education majors are serving as student- teachers during the spring semester in regional school districts.
<div class="share-buttons"></div> La Plume – The Keystone College Environmental Education Institute will offer a six-week Introduction to Fly Fishing Course each...
Keystone College’s Diversity Services Program will sponsor a service project in honor of Martin Luther King on Monday, Jan. 21, from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. in the Giant’s Den in the Hibbard Campus Center.
Keystone College’s Thomas G. Cupillari ’60 Astronomical Observatory ’60 Astronomical Observatory will be open for a viewing of a total lunar eclipse on the night of Sunday, January 20 and the early morning of Monday, January 21.
The holiday season is a time for giving and a time for celebrating. A group of Keystone College students will be doing a little of both on at the upcoming “Santa for Seniors” gift wrapping party.
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.
Keystone College was well represented at the 56th annual Mayors’ Prayer Breakfast in Scranton on Tuesday, October 23, 2018, at the Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel.read more
Sixteen Keystone College education majors are serving as students teachers during the fall semester in regional school districts.read more
Keystone College announced its Homecoming Royals during Homecoming and Family Weekend festivities on October 12-13, 2018.read more
KC In the News
The Scranton Times-Tribune Op-ed by Keystone College Associate Professor Steven Howell, Ph.D.
The holidays will be a bit brighter for local senior citizens thanks to the Keystone College Sport Management and Recreation Team's Santa for a Senior program. WNEP-TV
Keystone College is taking it's mobile glass studio on the road. It is making stops at schools in our area, including Scranton high school. Fox56 TV
The first thing one notices is the heat. It’s like a wall that hits you when walking into the Wilbur Myers Glass Studio on the 150-year-old campus of Keystone College. Inside the garage-sized building, three furnaces recently glowed side-by-side as an artist worked...
About 200 people showed up at Miller Library’s Linder Gallery on Saturday to honor the three men primarily responsible for establishing Keystone College’s art program. Karl Neuroth, Cliff Prokop and Bill Tersteeg were all on hand, with various examples of their work...