Thousands of bank cards are accepted at the Student Center’s Bank of New Hampshire ATM. Whether you bank in New England or New Zealand, you can get the cash you need because Bank of New Hampshire is a member of the NYCE, CIRRUS, and PLUS networks.
(First floor Young Student Center) The Bookstore sells notebooks, school supplies, and clothing with the Keene State College imprint, as well as other sundries. Checks for the amount of purchase as well as Visa, Discover, and MasterCard are accepted. Purchase, rent, or view textbooks and other items for sale on the Bookstore web site. Also be sure to visit the KSC Owl’s Roost for daily newspapers, magazines, snacks, ice cream, cold drinks, juices, cough and cold remedies, and other personal items.
(KSC Bookstore, first floor Young Student Center) Computer Connections is the place to purchase computers, accessories, and software. This equipment is specially priced and specifically for the Keene State computing environment. For additional details visit the Computer Connections web site for details.
Direct Deposit of Paychecks
Electronic direct deposit of paychecks is available to all students working on campus. Paychecks can be deposited into any bank in the country and the funds will be available to you on payday.
You can elect to have a portion of your pay deposited into one account and the balance into another. Or, simply have the entire net pay deposited into one account. You can sign up for this service in the Payroll Office (located in Fiske Annex on Winchester Street, or by calling the Payroll Coordinator at 358-2482.) Forms and instructions for fixed or direct amount direct deposit authorizations are also available online.
You can elect to have a portion of your pay deposited into one account and the balance into another. Or, simply have the entire net pay deposited into one account. You can sign up for this service in the Payroll Office (located in Fiske Annex on Winchester Street, or by calling the Payroll Coordinator at 358-2482. Forms and instructions for fixed or direct amount direct deposit authorizations are also available online.
Recycling and Rubbish Disposal
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. RETHINK! Students are responsible for locating and using recycling and waste containers on campus.
Every building has recycling and waste receptacles. Every residence hall room has a blue bag for paper and container recycling. Students are responsible for proper disposal of their wastes by recycling materials accepted by the Collegeâ€™s program using the dumpster/toters for other waste.
Leaving room trash in the hallways and bathrooms is not acceptable. Housekeepers are not responsible for taking student room waste to the dumpster and recycling containers.
Recycling collection and management is handled by student workers from R.O.C.K.S. (Recycling On Campus at Keene State) program and waste management at Keene State College is the responsibility of the Physical Plant/Grounds department.
You can learn more about the program and what materials are accepted on the ROCKS web site. Please direct any questions and concerns to the Recycling Office, 358-2567.
Free Green Bike Program:
Free Green Bike Program: Green bikes are available for free for check out at the Mason Library with your student identification. The program is available year-round. Bike helmets are also available at no charge from the library.