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Overview 

1.Located on Keuka Lake in the Finger Lakes region of New York 
2.Independent four-year liberal arts college 
3.33 bachelor’s degree majors, 4 masters degree majors 
4.Pre-professional programs in dentistry, law, medicine, veterinary medicine 
5.13:1 student/faculty ratio 
6.Provides degree programs in the People’s Republic of China at four campus 
   locations


About

Keuka College is the national leader in experiential, hands-on learning and a national leader in career identification and exploration. 

Founded in 1890 and located on the shores of Keuka Lake in New York State’s Finger Lakes region, Keuka College is an independent, four-year, residential, coeducational college that places a strong emphasis on career and pre-professional education. 

Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top comprehensive colleges in the north, Keuka offers 33 bachelor’s degree programs, many with specialized concentrations; 25 minors; double majors; and self-designed majors. Keuka offers master’s degree programs in literacyoccupational therapymanagement, and criminal justice administration as well as pre-professional programs in dentistry, law, medicine, and veterinary medicine. 

Keuka is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and is one of only 32 American colleges and universities approved by the Chinese government to offer degree programs in the People’s Republic of China. More than 3,000 Chinese students are pursuing Keuka degrees, the highest enrollment of any U.S. college operating in the country. 

Keuka College is a student-centered, liberal arts-based learning community offering a range of undergraduate and graduate programs delivered in traditional, non-traditional, and international formats. The learning environment at Keuka is intellectually challenging, supportive, and fosters personal as well as academic development. We offer a unique blend of traditional classroom knowledge and innovative experiential learning that provides students with a solid foundation for a lifetime of learning, service, and leadership while valuing social responsibility and diversity. Keuka graduates possess the knowledge and experience to excel in today’s workplace and the ability to adapt to tomorrow’s challenges.

Keuka College Vision Statement 
“To become the global leader in innovative, experiential learning”

Field Periods & Internships
In 1942, a Keuka College graduate and administrator named Edith Estey created Field Period, and it’s been the cornerstone of the College ever since. 

As a Keuka student, you’ll participate in a 140-hour Field Period each year you’re at the college.
This means by the time you graduate, you’ll have significant real-world experience that will give you a tremendous competitive advantage when it comes time to apply for jobs or graduate school.

Field Periods are often similar to traditional internships but may also be a cultural experience, community service project, or spiritual/faith-based exploration.

There’s no limit to where you can do your Field Period, whether it’s around the corner at the local day care center, at aFortune 500 company in a major metropolitan area, or in the national parks of Costa Rica. Field Period is a great way to help you fine-tune your interests, reinforce your choice of major, or explore new career paths.

    

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