The spacious Alumni Center, opened in 2010, won’t hold the entire Keene State alumni family (34,000 strong and counting!). But like any family homestead, it is an anchor, meeting place, and focal point for alumni activities and gatherings.
Alumni and guests enter the building through the light-filled reception gallery and lobby. It is an inviting place to meet and mingle with comfortable furniture, wireless access, and a working fireplace. Centennial Hall, and the adjoining terrace, is designed to accommodate Reunion banquets, class meetings, job fairs, events for campus and the community, as well as private events.
The second floor of the building, reached by stairs or elevator, houses the College Advancement Division staff (Alumni and Parent Relations, Development, Advancement Services, and Marketing and Communications).
The Alumni Center is designed with environmentally friendly building materials and enfolds the former Newman Center building into the floor plan.
We hope you’ll visit soon!
The Alumni Center at Keene State College is designed to connect alumni and other College friends with KSC students and with each other, through social events, career planning and mentoring, intergenerational planning and community building activities. We welcome friends from both the campus and from the greater community. More about Facility
The Alumni Center at KSC. All reservations for any area of the Alumni Center must be made by contacting the Alumni Center Facility Coordinator. Requests for the use of space in the Alumni Center should be in writing to the Coordinator via a Scheduling/Facility Rental Contract form, which is available online, at the Alumni Center, or at the Student Center Scheduling Office and Information Desk. More about Reservations
The Facility Guidelines of the Alumni Center are meant to ensure a welcoming atmosphere for all members of Keene State College, its Alumni and community. Because the Alumni Center’s primary purpose is to help further the mission of KSC through the development of relationships with the College’s many constituents More about Guidelines & Policies