Academics & Records
No. Unofficial transcripts are generated from the KC Self Service for active students only. If you are no longer an active student, all transcripts can be ordered through the National Student Clearinghouse at www.getmytranscript.com.
Prior to doing a Field Period® experience, students must submit a course proposal, which consists of a learning contract and a thank you letter, for faculty and site approval. The learning contract which identifies their site, supervisor, and what they expect to do and learn from that experience. During the experience, students will keep a reflective journal and an Early Progress Report will be sent to the student and site supervisor at the half-way point. At the end of the experience, the student and site supervisor will be sent a Final Evaluation to complete and the student will be required to create a summary paper and put together a presentation that displays his/her learning through unique documentation.
Because Field Period® is self-designed, the sky is the limit with where you choose to go. Accessible through the College's Portal, there are many resources to help students find Field Period® sites including a database of past experiences and through employer postings on our Career Management System, Handshake. Faculty, staff, and alumni also serve as valuable resources for finding sites, and many students rely on additional networks including friends, family, past supervisors, and community members as well.
All official transcripts can be obtained through the National Student Clearinghouse at getmytranscript.com.
Please contact the Registrar's Office at (315) 279-5204 or [email protected].
For information regarding Add/Drop/Withdraw a course can be found on the Registration and Registration Changes page in the Keuka College Record.
For current Add/Drop/Withdraw dates, please refer to the Academic Calendar.
- Grades are not sent home. Your official grades can be viewed on the KC Portal | KC Self Service | Grades
- Grades are due to be posted 6 days after the exam date or the last class meeting if no exam is held
Fill out an Academic Program Change form located on the Registrar's website and submit the completed form to the Registrar's Office.
There are 3 ways to change your address:
- Fill out a change of address form located on the Registrar's website
- e-mail [email protected] with the new address
- KC Self-Service (KC Portal > KC Self-Service > User Options > User Profile) where you can change your address online
Field Period® is a 140-hour course. Students are required to complete at least 120 on-site hours towards each Field Period® experience and an additional 20-hours will be dedicated to the reflective assignments. Occupational Science students divide their Field Period® courses in half and therefore they complete at least 60-hours in two different settings for each three-credit Field Period®.
There are 3 types of holds that prevent you from registering:
- ADV Advising Hold: See your advisor who will have the hold lifted
- SA Student Accounts: Visit the Student Accounts office to resolve your bill or contact them via email at [email protected] or by phone at (315) 279-5659
- FA Financial Aid: Visit the Financial Aid office to understand what you need to do to complete your financial aid paperwork or contact them via email at [email protected] or by phone at (315) 279-5232
- HEA Health Services Hold: Contact the Health & Counseling Center by emailing [email protected], or calling (315) 279-5368
Each year, Keuka College offers several faculty-led group Field Period® trips that are listed on the Field Period Resource Website on the Portal and advertised through flyers, emails, and interest sessions. Recent courses abroad include Vietnam, Netherlands, Hungary and Romania, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Spain, and Ireland. Keuka College also partners with an organization called GIVE Volunteers which allows students to do service work in Thailand, Tanzania, Nepal, and Laos. Sometimes students also seek opportunities that are not affiliated with Keuka College and as long as it aligns with the International Policies and Procedures that are accessible on the Field Period Resources website, it can likely count towards Field Period® credit.