$2,000 Scholarship

Keystone College Receives $2,000 Scholarship from CampusWorks


Keystone College Receives $2,000 Scholarship from CampusWorks

From left: Karen Yarrish, Ph.D., interim provost and vice president for academic affairs; Vicki Stanavitch, Ph.D., associate professor; Tracy Brundage, Ph.D., president; Frances Langan, Ed.D., vice president for institutional affairs and strategic initiatives.


Bradenton, FL – December 6, 2019 – Keystone Community College of La Plume, Pennsylvania is the most recent winner of a $2,000 scholarship from CampusWorks. In celebration of the company’s 20th anniversary, CampusWorks, a strategic higher education consulting services firm, has launched a scholarship giveaway to support student success—the firm has pledged to donate $2,000 scholarships to 20 different colleges and universities across the United States and Canada, providing a total of $40,000 in financial support for students in need.

Keystone Community College was randomly selected as a winner through an online raffle in October 2019. (See the full list of scholarship winners.)

Founded in 1999, CampusWorks’ vision is to improve society by making higher education accessible to everyone, and offering these scholarships is a big step toward making that vision a reality. “After two decades working directly with institutions, we see firsthand the challenges many students face,” said CampusWorks CEO Liz Murphy. “We are thrilled that this scholarship will help students pursue their educational goals at Keystone Community College.”

“We are delighted and honored to receive this scholarship as part of the CampusWorks’ 20th Anniversary Scholarship Giveaway,” said Keystone College President Tracy L. Brundage, Ph.D. “This generous gift will help us continue our educational mission and benefit our students tremendously as we strive to prepare them for successful careers and leadership roles in their communities following graduation. We offer our sincere thanks to everyone at CampusWorks for their commitment to Keystone College and to higher education.”