Location
La Plume, PA
Undergrads
1,388
Tuition
$20,400
Admission Difficulty
Very Easy
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Reviews 148 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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3 College Junior

Weather: Winter temps daytime 32 degrees nightly 20's
Spring high 70's

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3 College Freshman

Scholarships: It was at first the biggest headache to apply for. But when everything got worked out it was okay. I find the school giving money to anyone that needs it, and also they provide more ways to receive scholarships.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Dining: I feel as if more Health foods should be implemented, and less of the fast food choices such as hamburgers, fries, grilled cheese. I feel as if someone is a vegan they would have a hard time finding something that they like, and the meal plan in the grill is limited to all meat products, whereas nothing except for salad for healthy options is implemented on the food plan. This limits the person to eating very few things. There should be more organic options such as more selections of fruits and vegetables, and there should be more of a variety of a meal plan at the grill.

5 College Freshman

Facilities: Campus life is very supportive, and you can find your way around campus easily. Most of the hangouts include the grill, and library, The gym is accessible 24/7 and has an excellent selection of workout machines. It also has a weight room, where most athletes can be found.

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5 College Freshman

Facilities: The support system is great, The professors, and other staff is excellent and is willing to help the student succeed in whatever way that they can. It is unique by the architecture of the old buildings, and the fall foliage.

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3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: The process is easy to go through. But you must be in good graces with Keystone. If you are not, you will not receive off campus housing.

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4 College Freshman

Academics: I feel as if your advisor is a good support system, and everyone on campus could also be supportive. The professors you encounter are also supportive as well, and are easily approachable. Tutors are great and can be easily utilized if you have a question, or do not understand a certain area of a subject. If you have an IEP Keystone is excellent at making sure you receive the proper accommodations as documented in an IEP. Keystone has a great deal of job opportunities and implements the Keystone Promise.

5 College Freshman

Academics: Professors are very understanding, and ware not afraid to answer any questions a student might have. The workload as an education major, some weeks you will have a large load of work, and other weeks you might have none. However you learn a lot on time management. Popular study areas include the grill, and the library. Mostly I use my dorm as a study area, but whenever I feel I am distracted I always go to the Miller Library where it is quiet and you can count on not being distracted.

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4 College Freshman

Health & Safety: Keystone makes sure that every student is safe, and no one is harmed. Campus crime rarely happens. I feel as if I am safe walking to class alone during the day, however during the night I always entail the buddy system just to make sure nothing happens to me. Campus Security could be better at enforcing the quiet hours during finals, and midterm week.

3 College Freshman

Parking: For a freshmen student the parking is awful, Since I live in Moffat hall which is located on a hill, freshmen are restricted parking in front of the dorm since it is a lot for commuter students. Since I live in Moffat I rarely see the lot full, and see it unfortunate that freshmen student have a longer distance to park their cars. Freshmen students are instructed to park their cars at the baseball field, which is clearly far away from Moffat and is inconvenient because of the proximity that you have to walk from your dorm to the baseball field which is a different complex.

3 College Freshman

Drug Safety: I feel as if some students if wanting to do drugs, will keep quiet about it since Keystone has a No tolerance act for it, they know the consequences if wanting to make a wrong decision. Even though I am 21 and hence I am legal drinking age, my friends don't pressure me to drink when it is a dry campus. However I notice that the ones that are right out of high school will sometimes use the drugs and alcohol as a stress relief and not for just pleasure.

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Even though I am not the typical out of high school freshmen, I graduated in 2011, and I am 21 years old. Before attending Keystone for the Fall 2013, I recently did 2 years of general education, since I was not sure of what I was going to do. I decided to go this year because I knew I was ready not only to finish up with my education, but to have the college experience. So far I do not regret waiting this long to go to a fulltime institution and live on campus because I knew I was ready, and I was not going to force myself to go when I was not ready, since I knew I would not have the best experience. I find that the college freshmen out of high school respect me more, and are not afraid to ask me any questions that they may have.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The housing is great. It is close to classes, and has bathrooms that are easily accessible. The dining hall is close by as well as the library for study time. The social atmosphere is great everyone is very friendly and easily approachable.

4 College Freshman

Athletics: I feel as if Keystone emphasizes the athletics as an awards system. Which means you keep certain grades and a certain GPA in order to play. They rate athletics as important, however they emphasize that academics come first.

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: I really have not experienced the off campus dining services yet. However depending on whatever chain restaurant you choose if you have your student discount you will more than likely get a student discount. I find the more upper class chain restaurants such as olive garden, and red lobster as not contributing to help college students with the student discount. Even though they are larger chains they would still be able to attract college students by doing a student discount.

3 College Freshman

Weather: The campus is great during the spring/ fall months weather is perfect. However during the winter time it is tough because you have to give yourself enough time to get to and from your class just incase the outside weather is unexpected.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: There are a decent amount of housing off campus. You can buy homes and rent them for not just you but you can have to up to 4 other friends with you usually.

2 College Freshman

Greek Life: At Keystone there isn't really a set Greek group. Almost everybody in keystone look at each other as equals and treat each other well. We do have a set building for upper class man who have a higher GPA average than most. You didn't really have an option to select if your school doesn't have Greeks.

3 College Sophomore

Majors: There isn't a variety of majors here. It's mostly general.

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1 College Sophomore

Campus Dining: There is not much variety. You have two places to choose from to eat. The Grill where they make wraps and burgers; or the all you can eat buffet where they offer pizza and in "homestyle" dish as well as a small salad bar.

1 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: This campus is in the middle of nowhere so you have to drive at lead 7-10 miles to get to a town. I feel bad for the other students who don't have cars. I would go crazy.

3 College Freshman

Computers: The accessibility of computers is acceptable and the school provides lots of options for students to use computers but during midterms and finals it gets hard to find one in the library.

2 College Freshman

Campus Dining: it's mediocre in comparison to other college and does not provide a reasonable array of options for people with unique dietary needs.

College Freshman

Greek Life: There is no greek life on campus

2 College Freshman

Academics: I came from a competitive out of state high school and felt underwhelmed by the academics. I feel as if my AP and advanced high school classes made these seem rather remedial.

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