Life on campus involves meeting new people, learning about the College and finding ways to become involved.
It all begins with New Student Orientation and Transition Week, the first two official events in which new students participate. These activities help set the stage for a successful transition to college life.Upperclass students who serve as mentors also assist new students with the acclimation process by providing support, information, and a friendly face along the way.
There are a variety of opportunities to get involved at Keuka College, including more than 40 clubs and organizations, as well as a full complement of cultural events, traditions, and programs.Life on campus at Keuka College is fun, challenging, and extremely rewarding.
For more information about living and socializing at Keuka College, visit our Campus Life section.
No events are currently on the calendar. Please check back in the future.
Browse and search for admitted students in the Class of 2014. Join our Facebook app.
It’s never too early to show your school spirit. Start by downloading a desktop background of our beautiful campus.
Not sure which size to choose? Pick the largest one and your computer will automatically scale it down.