Frequently Asked Questions
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Why a 100% online degree from Keystone College?
By choosing to take classes completely online, you’re choosing convenience. You can pursue a degree on your own time as you balance work, study, and home life. You can learn on your own time, with no requirement of residency, classroom time, or log-in times. Tech support is also available to help you at expanded hours.
Who teaches the online courses?
Our faculty is made up of passionate individuals who have academic and real world experience. They are real people who truly care about your success, and who will monitor your progress closely.
Is financial assistance available for online students?
Yes. Financial aid is available for students who qualify for it. For more information, visit keystone.edu/tuition_aid/financialaid.
What are the computer requirements for online students?
Our online platform is compatible with Mac or PC operating systems. However, if you still have questions, your online admissions counselor can help verify that your system meets the necessary software requirements for our online programs. In order to participate in classes, you should have regular access to the Internet and email. You should also be familiar with creating, formatting, and attaching Microsoft Word documents.
Can you tell me which (if any) of my previous courses will transfer?
If you’ve already earned college credits, they will most likely count when you transfer to Keystone. Undergraduate students can transfer in up to 75 of the 120 credits required for graduation. MBA students can transfer in up to 9 of the 36 credits required for graduation. Master of Science in Criminal Justice students can transfer in up to 9 of the 30 credits required for graduation.
Will I have scheduled time for online courses?
When you study at Keystone’s virtual campus, you’ll be able to learn on your own time, with no required log-in times. There is also no set requirement of residency or classroom time. You can take classes on your own preferred schedule.