We often use the phrase, “Believe. Belong. Become.” to best describe what Keystone College is all about. Those words are a perfect summation of what Keystone is today, has been in the past, and will continue to be in the years to come.
We believe in our students; we encourage them to belong to a community in which they can grow as individuals and with each other; and we provide an excellent education to help them become successful as they pursue their goals and dreams long after they graduate. We meet our students where they are, find out where they want to go, and then do everything in our power to help them reach their destination.
But a Keystone education means more than just great academics. We are proud to be a part of the Northeastern Pennsylvania community. There is nothing that highlights that fact more than the 26,000 hours of volunteer service Keystone students provide each year. Whether it’s serving hot lunches to senior citizens, planting trees in a local park, or partnering with other organizations to serve Thanksgiving dinners in the community, Keystone believes a college should go beyond preparing students for jobs and careers. It should make an impact on the lives of others.
Woodlands Campus at Keystone College
Keystone College’s Woodlands Campus is a truly unique, natural gem located on the college’s sprawling campus grounds. The Woodlands features 170 acres of preserved natural land and 7 miles of hiking trails. These hiking only trails are open seven days a week from dawn until dusk.