KEYSTONE News and Events
We are making summer classes at Keystone even more affordable by discounting undergraduate courses taken during summer and May sessions to $299 per credit including textbooks. High school, visiting, and new or current Keystone undergraduate students are eligible for the summer tuition discount.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting safety and social distancing requirements, Keystone College will not conduct its in-person Commencement previously scheduled for May 9, 2020 at the Pavilion at Montage.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting safety and social distancing requirements, Keystone College will not conduct its annual Health Fair previously scheduled for April 10, 2020 on campus. The Counseling and Well-Being Center looks forward to presenting the event next year.
As a free resource, the Professional Development Institute is offering three online courses at no charge and a selection of courses and certificates with an associated fee that have been specifically selected for this difficult time.
In an effort to help local first responders more safely assist citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic, Keystone College is donating much-needed surgical masks and gloves to the Factoryville Fire/EMS Department.
The Keystone College chapter of the Wildlife Society will hold a wild-game chili cook-off Feb. 23 from 2-6 p.m. in the Theatre in Brooks on campus.
Eight Keystone College education majors are serving as students teachers during the spring semester in regional school districts.
Karen K. Yarrish, Ph.D., interim 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 fall 2019 semester.
KC In the News
Congratulations to the Keystone College hospitality business management program and students who hosted its seventh annual Cupcake Challenge and raised more than $4000 for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. Check out media coverage of the event: WNEP...
A class at Keystone College is looking to give the community a helping hand literally. They're using 3-D printing tech to create prosthetics for people in NEPA. Watch the Fox 56 segment
The Keystone College community and the local community gathered February 18 to celebrate the grand opening of the new Keystone Commons retail development complex.
The Kitchen at Keystone's upcoming Cooking with CBD workshop was featured in a Scranton Times-Tribune article. Read More
Assistant Professor Dana Harris, Ph.D., was quoted in a Scranton Times-Tribune article on the local unemployment rate. Read more