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MyKC is Keystone College's one-stop service for all of our admissions applicants, students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

After logging into MyKC, you will have access to a number of resources specifically tailored for your needs. In addition, each of you will have access to My Pages where you can add your own bookmarks, calendar events, and other content. 

 

To access MyKC:

Enter the User Name and Password that you use to sign on to the Keystone network.

To reset your password:

  • Students/Faculty/Staff - If you are not on a Keystone College computer right now, use this link to change the password you use to access Keystone College computing resources.  If you are using a College computer right now, press CTRL-ALT-DEL and select Change Password instead of using this link.  
  • Parents/Candidates - To change your MyKC password please login, click on Personal Info, and then click on and complete the information on the Password tab.

MyKC site will be growing and changing daily, with more and more options at your fingertips. Because the site is still in its infancy, please keep in mind that errors do happen, and your assistance in identifying them would be greatly appreciated. Should you find an error or broken link, please e-mail a screenshot and/or detailed description to myKC@keystone.edu of what needs to be corrected. Corrections will be made as quickly as possible.

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The new program, which begins in the fall 2015 semester, incorporates the cost of texts as part of the overall Keystone tuition.

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