Impact of Your Gift

The impact of a gift to Keuka College is felt well beyond the borders of campus. A gift to Keuka College is a gift to generations of bright, young minds. It’s a gift to the future, not only of the College, but to the state of New York and beyond. The students you help today are the leaders of tomorrow. The faculty who benefit from your gift are the innovators working on creative solutions to global problems.

Read the stories on this page to learn about the impact that your gifts can have on students and faculty, through support for scholarships, endowed faculty positions, new facilities, and student engagement opportunities. 

Kathy Waye Receives 2018 Stork Award

Penn Yan resident and Keuka College official earns praise from state government officials for her dedication to serving her hometown.

Cheyenne Snyder ’21 was Made for the Water

A Keuka College Field Period® opportunity confirmed her career goal to swim with the sharks.

‘Keuka College is the Perfect Place for Me’

A stint in the state capitol is among the experiences that have given Tshonda “Grady” Omasombo new perspective – on his education and himself.

Keuka College Tops NEAC with 110 Scholar-Athletes

It's the second straight year the College's student-athletes have led the conference.

Distinguished Professor Dr. Sander A. Diamond, surrounded by his seven books, in his College office.

Remembering Dr. Sander Diamond

Dr. Sander A. Diamond, longtime professor of history, passed away July 3. Here, remember his impact and celebrate his 50-year legacy at Keuka College.

The Panarites Sisters Left a Lasting Legacy at Keuka College

The sisters would do anything to help Keuka College.

Keuka College President Jorge L. Díaz-Herrera Retires

The College's Board of Trustees appoints Amy Storey as interim Chief Executive.

Keuka College graduates urged to bring about change at 110th Commencement

Rochester Mayor Lovely A. Warren tells graduates, “You are not allowed to sit on the sidelines.”

Meet Marylou Bondi: A retiree and a Keuka College sophomore

At age 68, Marylou is a non-traditional traditional Student.

Sophomore Ryan Mavretish Named Upperclassman Experiential Learner of the Year

Field Period® gave Ryan Mavretish ’20 the opportunity to expand upon the knowledge gained in the classroom.

The President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll
New York College of Distinction
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