New Student Information
Required health forms are available in the Student Health Portal. In your portal, visit the section titled 'My Forms' to review all required and optional forms.
Students are required to complete the immunization form that is marked as a requirement in the Student Health Portal. New York State requires two MMR vaccinations and one Meningococcal ACWY vaccination (within the last 10 years)
If you are an athlete, you may have additional forms available and marked as required for you to complete in your Student Health Portal.
If you are an international student, you will have one additional blood test for tuberculosis that is required.
If you are a commuter student, registered for 6 or more credits during the semester, you will need to show verification of two MMR vaccinations. You are also required to have one Meningococcal ACWY vaccination (within the last 10 years), or two Meningitis B vaccinations. You may waive the meningococcal vaccination by acknowledging the risks and possible health implications of contracting meningitis, and signing the form in the Student Health Portal.
If you are a student only registered for online courses during the semester, there are no immunization requirements.
All students will need to submit health insurance information in their Student Health Portal.
If you need additional information or have questions, please contact our Health and Counseling Center at [email protected] or (315)279-5368. You can also message the Health of and Counseling Center via secure messaging directly in the Student Health Portal.
For the incoming class of Fall 2023, New Student Orientation is Monday, August 21 - Sunday, August 27.
New students will move-in on Sunday, August 20 and complete New Student Orientation.
You can request your parking permit before starting the semester in your New Student Portal. Parking permits for undergraduate students are $150/year. You can also visit the Campus Safety office when you're on campus to request your parking permit.
After depositing, your account will be created within 1 to 2 business days. You will receive an email with your username and password and some instructions on accessing your email and KC Portal.
If you do not receive your login information after 2 business days or experience issues trying to log in, please work directly with your Admissions Counselor or contact the IT Service Desk at (315) 279-5217.
You can choose to pay your bill in one of the following ways:
- Pay online through the KC Student Portal in the Self-Service section
- Call the Office of Student Accounts at (315) 279-5237 to pay with a credit card over the phone
- Mail a check to the Student Accounts office at the College using the following address format:
ATTN: Student Accounts
141 Central Ave.
Keuka Park, NY 14478
Information on how to complete payments will be included on your printed bill.
Yes – as new student-athletes, you are required to fill out (5) forms and submit documentation of a sickle cell solubility test* (per the NCAA) by July 15 to participate in athletics. The following forms will be available in the 'My Forms' section of the Student Health Portal:
- Sports Medicine Consent Form
- Sports Medicine Health History Record
- Student-Athlete Concussion Statement
- Health Insurance Information
Student-Athletes will also need to complete the Keuka College Student Athlete Physical Form
Completed forms should be submitted through the Student Health Portal in the 'Documentation' section.
*The sickle cell test is commonly done for newborns before they even leave the hospital, so your provider should either have a copy of the results, or will be able to tell you how to get the results.
The Office of the Registrar only accepts college credits taken in high school through dual enrollment programs with other college institutions. If you received college credit, please order an official transcript from that college/university and send it to the Keuka College Registrar’s Office. If you took AP Exams while in high school, please go to the College Board website to order your scores and send them to Keuka College. Once they receive your transcript/AP scores, they will be able to apply your transfer credit accordingly. All official transcripts must be sent directly from the institution. The Registrar’s Office will not accept transcripts from students/parents/guardians.
Visit the Keuka College Waiver & Enrollment portal. Select the option 'Full Time Student Waive/Enroll' link and follow the on-screen instructions.
Information about how to access your waiver & enrollment portal will also be included on your bill.
Loans will disburse on August 21 for Fall 2023.
The Office of Financial Aid can not disburse loans until at least 10 days prior to the start of classes.
Due to the Department of Education, loans will appear as “ineligible” until after July 1 in the student portal. If a student plans to decline the loans awarded on their package, the student must email Financial Aid directly at [email protected].
The Office of the Registrar will register you for classes in your first semester. They will need your english placement survey, math placement survey (if applicable), ASL placement (if applicable), and any final official transcripts before they can register you for your classes.