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Student Success Center

Student Success Center

The Student Success Center on the second floor of Hibbard Campus Center is committed to ensuring the success of undergraduate students in both their academic and personal lives. We provide a comprehensive support system that caters to the unique needs of each student. We meet students where they are, understanding that everyone has different strengths and challenges. Through services, we empower and support students on their lifelong learning journey.

Contact: 570-945-8980 or success@xgscabletie.com

Stairs to Success

Your four-year plan outlining specific steps you should complete to develop and succeed at Keystone.

Disability Services

Disability Services helps you navigate the process of securing learning accommodations or services.


Meet with your academic advisors often to help you navigate the academic and registration process and career mentorship.


We work with instructors and eligible students to schedule proctored exams, quizzes and tests for students.


Make an appointment with a staff member.

Adrienne Mellott, EdD
Chief Retention Officer
Book Appointment

Emily Decker
Success Coach
Book Appointment

Devinne Scott
Success Coach
Book Appointment

More Resources For Success

In addition to the Student Success Center, Keystone offers a variety of resources to help you succeed during your time at Keystone. Reach out to any of us for help, or visit the resources below.

Career Development

Get help with career exploration, internships, resume building and job preparation.

Curriculum Guides

Recommended semester-by-semester schedule of courses and milestones required for your degree.


Tutors may be available to meet face-to-face, chat, email, phone, Zoom, Facetime, Skype, etc.

Writing Center

The Writing Center helps students in all disciplines become more effective writers.

Keeping the Keystone Promise

Our pledge that within six months of graduating from Keystone College you will have received at least one job offer or been accepted into a transfer or graduate program.