Young alumni share college experiences
One of the many advantages of a tight-knit campus like ours comes from recent graduates who are willing to come back and mentor the students who are following in their footsteps.
This week, Keystone grads who are currently in college returned to campus to visit with Upper School students and share their experiences about college and navigating the world beyond 119 E. Craig Place. They also shared advice about the non-academic aspects of college: making new friends, trying new subjects, studying abroad and dealing with homesickness.
Later this month, alumni who have since finished college, professional education and are in various stages in their careers will return to campus to share their perspectives and discuss how their Keystone education helped them throughout their lives.
—So important to those heading off to college. You know how to study, it’s all that living stuff you got to have in place. We didn’t have that kind of support “way back when “ in 1970, but I’m so thankful to see it happening for students now!