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Special Olympics is Special Learning Opportunity for Keuka College Students

Fifteen students attended the opening ceremonies last month.

New Esports Management Major Spotlights Keuka College’s Cutting-Edge Opportunities

The New York State Education Department has green-lighted the new four-year program.

A Keuka College Love Story

This Valentine’s Day, a College alumna shares the story of marrying the love of her life – right here on campus. On the day she graduated!

Adeline Bradley Found Her True Passion in Teaching Thanks to Field Period®

The sophomore believes that creating connections with students is the best part of being a teacher.

Teaching is What Keuka College’s Julianna Zizzo was Meant to Do

The sophomore wants to pass on the joy of learning to her own students one day.

Keuka College Solidifies Position in Asia

New programs and global presentations highlight the College’s expanding offerings in China and Vietnam.

Keuka College Toasts 2019 Successes

It was a memorable year for the College and its students.

What CNY’s Nurse Leaders Should Know About Keuka College

What CNY’s Nurse Leaders Should Know About Keuka College

RNs and NPs are two of central New York’s fastest growing occupations — and they will be for at least the next decade. 

Here are a few things nursing leaders in central New York should know about Keuka College, whether you’re helping your nurses find the right BSN program, looking to enhance your own knowledge, or adding the next best-fit clinician to your team. 

S’no Place Like Keuka College

Following this week’s snowstorm, students shovel out a popular alumna so she can attend an on-campus snowball fight.

Keuka College Receives $500,000 Grant from the 
Fred L. Emerson Foundation

The grant will endow the Fred L. Emerson Scholarship.

Keuka College ASL Programs Soar in National Ranking

The College is identified as offering one of the best affordable bachelor’s degree programs in the country.

Keuka College, Onondaga Community College Team Up on Social Work Program

A new Dual Admission program resulting in a bachelor’s degree in Social Work will be available to OCC students beginning this fall.

Suffragette Frankie Merson will be the Topic of Keuka College’s March 18 Community Luncheon

Learn how Frankie Merson benefited women throughout the nation.

Nominations for Keuka College’s 
2020 Stork Award Due April 10

The 29th annual award will be presented Aug. 11.

World Interfaith Harmony Week Celebrated at Keuka College

A series of on-campus programs commemorated a week dedicated to promoting harmony among all peoples.

Student Writing Talent Spotlighted in ‘KC Review’

The online journal profiles a variety of articles – all created by Keuka College student-authors.

Keuka College Teacher Education Lauded

The National Council on Teacher Quality gives the College an “A” rating for the reading instruction in its undergraduate program for elementary-level teachers.

Keuka College esports programs lauded – again!

A national publication cites the College for its “outsize influence on colleges with esports.”

Keuka College, Hunt Country Vineyards Offer New Online Wine Program

Local wine experts will cover the art, science, history, and tradition of wine and winemaking in the Finger Lakes.

Keuka College’s Angel Tree Project Brightens Local Holidays

The annual effort provides clothing, toys, and books for nearly 40 children in the Yates County area.

On gun violence, ‘it doesn’t have to be this way’

In the wake of a mass shooting that claimed the life of a 2017 Keuka College graduate, lawmakers must finally act.

Don’t let emotion dictate changes to state bail policy

There is sufficient direction for judges to decide bail under current law, argues Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Richard Martin, Ph.D., in an expert essay.

Is There Blue-Green Algae in Keuka Lake?

Dr. Tim Sellers, associate provost and professor of biology and environmental science, sets the record straight on blue-green algae.

Teaching the Supreme Court

Dr. Angela Narasimhan, assistant professor of political science, hopes to use the latest Supreme Court controversy as an opportunity to teach her students about the "tug-of-war" that is our political system.

Extreme Increases to Minimum Wage Could Have Unintended Consequences

Ann Tuttle, professor of management, offers her opinion on the implications of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's decision to raise the minimum wage for state workers to $15 per hour. 

What Would Justice in Garrett Chapel Vandalism Look Like?

Dr. Janine Bower, associate professor of criminology and criminal justice, explores the recent Garrett Chapel vandalism.

Discover Women's History

Throughout Women’s History Month, Keuka College is celebrating the women – past and present – whose dedication, accomplishments, and influence have contributed to the College’s legacy. Explore our stories below.

The President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll
New York College of Distinction
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National College of Distinction
Money Magazine's Best Colleges
America's Best Nursing Schools