Keystone College

Enrolling nearly 1,400 students, Keystone offers more than 40 degree options in liberal arts and sciences based programs in business, communications, education, fine arts, natural science, environmental resource management, geology, and social sciences.

In 1868 the first higher educational institution in Northeastern Pennsylvania was founded. Today, we’re known as Keystone College – a private, co-ed, residential, and culturally diverse institution. And we’re one of the most popular colleges in the region!

Voted as the region’s “Most Beautiful Campus,” Keystone has a diverse student body; approximately 1,400 students from 14 states and 12 countries studying one of the many academic programs available online, on campus, and on the weekend.

With a 11:1 Student/Faculty ratio, we have a reputation for creating a caring and supportive environment dedicated to our students’ needs. Students can prepare for leadership and broaden their educational experiences through athletics, global learning opportunities, an extensive career development center, countless student activities and clubs and organizations.

Our campus community enjoys a wide variety of educational resources, facilities, and opportunities that are also available to the public including the Thomas G. Cupillari ’60 Observatory in nearby Fleetville and our 170-acre Woodland Campus.

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