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. 


Q&A: Chrisy Ahlberg AmEnde '83

Keuka College’s new president of the Alumni Association Executive Council outlines her challenges and goals

Going all out

Meghan Roberts ’08 has incorporated her love of all things outdoors into a fledgling business

Singing Praises

Chris Cahill ’15 is finding a wider audience for his Christian music – a fact he attributes, in large part, to Keuka College.

Bringing Keuka College values to the 'real world'

Commencement speaker Stephanie Miner, mayor of Syracuse, tells graduates to live out their alma mater’s motto

‘You never know where you’re going to end up’

For Carolyn McLaughlin ’76, seeds planted at Keuka College may blossom in the Albany, N.Y., mayor’s office.

Interfaith Youth Core founder and President Eboo Patel takes questions from Keuka College students Friday, May 5, prior to delivering the 29th Annual Carl and Fanny Fribolin Lecture.

Fribolin Fest: Keuka College celebrates social justice

Interfaith leader Eboo Patel speaks to a full house at Norton Chapel

Life stories, life lessons

This year's "Who is Penn Yan?" project flips the script.

Michelle Raeman honored as outstanding student

The Canandaigua resident was named a 2017 recipient of the Outstanding Adult Student Award.

A Bookless Book for Education Students

Lifelong Educator Dr. Debra Dyer talks with us about an interactive textbook she wrote that's changing the way students learn about early childhood education.

FIRST Things First

Robert Stanley ’14 leads his school’s FIRST Robotics Team to the regional title. Next up: The world championships in St. Louis

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