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Yes! Our merit-based scholarships are as follows:
|Scholarship||Amount per year||To qualify, your GPA must be between:|
|Alumni Association Award for Excellence||$21,000||3.5-4.0 or 90-100%|
|Keuka College Presidential Scholarship||$19,000||3.0-3.49 or 85-89%|
|Keuka College Gold Scholars Award||$17,000||2.5-2.99 or 80-84%|
Keuka College offers a number of other scholarships you may be eligible for as well. The best way to determine your exact eligibility, is to apply for admission today. View our additional scholarships.
Keuka College believes that a residential college atmosphere offers unique opportunities for students. One of these is the sociability of coming together for meals. The College views meals as an important part of each student’s day, not only for nutrition, but also for personal growth through interaction with others.
All students living in residence halls must participate in a meal plan. Students living in the Strong Hall and Keuka Park Apartments, have the option of a modified meal plan to supplement home-cooked meals in their private kitchen.
Keuka College is a residential campus, and as such all students are required to live on campus through their senior year. Students who are eligible to live off campus may request off-campus housing, but must meet published requirements and deadlines. Late applications are accepted and reviewed when openings arise, but none are guaranteed.
Dean's List is awarded to full-time undergraduate students who have earned a 3.5 GPA or above in a term. The Dean's List is not granted to graduate students as there are discipline-specific criteria that must be met to achieve exemplary success in each program.
Keuka College is a residential college campus. All students are required to reside in College-owned housing through the end of their senior year. The ONLY automatic exceptions to this are:
- Commuter students (living with a parent or guardian in their home that is no more than 30 miles from campus)
- Students that are 23 years of age or older
- Students who are married or have dependents – Keuka College does not offer family housing, so students who are married or who have dependent children are not required to reside on campus.
- Medical Exceptions are considered on a case-by-case basis by our Office of Student Accessibility Services. Your request must be submitted before Feb. 14 of the prior year for maximum consideration before the Housing Selection Process. All others will be placed on a waiting list and reviewed when openings occur. All efforts to accommodate these needs with on-campus options must be exhausted prior to off-campus permission being granted.
Contact [email protected] if you’re interested in completing the appropriate paperwork for off-campus considerations or on-campus accommodations.
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