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. 

The story behind that Moravian Star

Keuka College interim CFO Jeff Heckman hangs a Moravian Star in his office window during the holidays. Behind it lies not only religious history but family history.

Lifelong Learner, Lifelong Teacher

Terry Test ’73 continues to be impressed with Keuka College, and the experiences it provides students.

Finding Out Who is Penn Yan

A group of Keuka College students interview residents at Clinton Crest Manor

100 years of women’s suffrage in New York – and a Keuka College connection

Women got the vote in New York on Nov. 6, 1917 – with a little help from a College-related family.

An unending inspiration

The late Dr. Elaine O. Lees ’68 is honored with the Keuka College Alumni Association Inspiration Award.

Kindness, leadership and a love story

Longtime Keuka College champions the late Beverly Nessel Au ’51 and Dr. William Y.W. Au ’51 received this year’s Evelyn Zill Diehl ’51 Philanthropic Heritage Award.

Friends and family

Lots of Keuka College roommates become friends for life. The Schlicht and Tucker families took it one step further.

Keuka College Unveils Unprecedented ‘Next 125’ $30 Million Campaign

Officials announced the largest campaign in College history at a gala kicking off the annual Green & Gold Celebration Weekend.

Taking the pulse of the Keuka Lake Watershed

Associate Professor of Biology Dr. Mark Sugalski leads seasonal studies at strategic locations in Penn Yan, Hammondsport and Branchport.

Improving communication in the Deaf community

ASL Fingerspelling gets a much-needed training overhaul from Associate Professor of American Sign Language Dr. Brian Cerney.

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New York College of Distinction
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