It’s also about finding a school where you feel comfortable in transitioning from a teenager into an adult, and a place where you feel comfortable living for the next few years of your life. And, of course, it’s about finding something that you can afford.
If you’re just beginning to learn about Keuka College, here’s the quick facts: we’re a private, affordable, four-year liberal arts college on 212 acres in New York’s picturesque Finger Lakes region.
As the national leader in experiential, hands-on learning, the common themes to our 30 majors, 26 minors, and 16 intercollegiate sports teams are:
Thanks to our unique Field Period program, you’ll be responsible for completing a 140-hour internship each year you’re here. The Field Period allows you to try new things—you can get a taste of what a certain field is like before you earn a college degree in it—and graduate with a tremendous competitive advantage.
Yeah, it’s tough to think about life after college before you even start college, but in reality, the real world isn’t all that far away. Because our graduates have at least 560 hours of real-world experience (many programs require more), you’ll be far more appealing to an employer than someone who’s never stepped foot into the professional world. In fact, of those students in the class of 2008 who responded to our survey, 100% of them are either employed or in a graduate program.
As a residential college, most of our students live on campus in one of our six residence halls. Your classmates won’t just be the people you see in class a few times a week—they’ll be your neighbors, friends, fellow club members, and teammates.
With just under 1,000 full-time students, you’ll quickly get to know just about everyone here—before you know it, you’ll find yourself with friends from all different walks of life and parts of the world, each with his or her own diverse range of interests, hobbies, and talents.
There’s so much more to Keuka College than what we’ve just told you about. We hope you’ll take a few minutes to explore the rest of our admissions Web site to learn all you can about us. If you think you can see yourself studying here, please request more information or contact your admissions counselor.
We can’t wait to learn more about you!