Keystone College is a small private college that is nestled into an equally small and private section of northeastern Pennsylvania in the borough of Towanda. Founded in 1868, the school has established a strong foundation of student living at the site, which is supported by the town's small downtown area and recreation along the Susquehanna River. Today, about 1,750 students enroll in the school's various undergraduate programs and make the region their home during their period of study. Student housing at Keystone College can be found throughout the area, from the banks of the river to the foothills of the Endless Mountains that crawl into the campus.
Students at Keystone College may find a college apartment, off campus housing or a residence hall suitable for lifestyle while studying. Academically, the institution provides a variety of options as well. Keystone offers 22 bachelor's degree programs, 16 associates degree programs and numerous opportunities for minor studies. Programs at the college range across disciplines, and include such niche areas as Forensic Biology, Sport and Recreation Management, Culinary Arts and Forestry Resource Management.
The college's location puts a unique spin on student living in the area. Thous most student housing is in the small suburban area, the excitement and industry of Scranton lies just 15 miles southeast. A Keystone College apartment also puts students near local attractions, such as the river-side Weigh Station Cafe and Captain Jack's.
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