In 1890, a Baptist minister named Rev. George Harvey Ball had a vision. Today Keuka College continues the original mission of founder George Harvey Ball by educating young students and adult learners “to bring strength to our nation and to help humanity” through combined classroom and experiential learning activities. Explore our history on the timeline below.
From first-year rooms with a lake view to apartments on the lake, Keuka College's residence halls are incredible places to call home during your college years.
While each residence hall has a different character and community, they all have free laundry and fast WiFi.
The Lightner Library is the information center of Keuka College. It provides study space for 400 students and has over 108,000 volumes. In addition to its print and non-print holdings, the Lightner Library provides access to a variety of electronic resources including index and full-text databases as well as e-books and e-journals.
The Health and Counseling Center is located on the first floor of Keuka Commons. The Center provides assessment and treatment of common and emergency health and emotional concerns. Whatever your concern may be, we can help.
The home campus is a place where people are engaged in the contemplative, mutually supportive work of deep learning—about themselves, each other, and the unmet needs of the world.
Our fitness facilities are equipped to facilitate all facets of resistance and cardio training for athletes, exercise enthusiasts, as well as beginners. We boast three fitness locations:
In addition to Keuka College’s institutional accreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, the College has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE).