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Middle School Girls Explore Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Fields

Keene State’s Kids on Campus Program offers the Go STEM! program for middle school girls. Students and parents alike are thrilled with the program.

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Sign Up Today for an Open House

We are looking forward to welcoming potential students and families to Keene State for our upcoming Fall Open Houses on October 14 and November 3!

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We look forward to seeing you!

The First Annual Fall Alumni Weekend!

Call your family and friends, and plan to meet at KSC on October 13-15, 2017 for a fun, festive First Annual Fall Alumni Weekend!

Activities include the Owl 5k Fun Run/Walk, Open Gym & Pool, a Hike up Mount Monadnock, and much more. This event is kid friendly!

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Parent Family Weekend

The KSC Parent/Family Day is a wonderful opportunity for you to visit with your student, stroll campus, meet our campus leaders, and have a good time. We have planned events – including a few that are new this year – that we’re sure you’ll enjoy.

Saturday October 21, 2017

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Internship, graduate study, and career opportunities at Your Future Fair

Stop by Your Future Fair to help chart your path after graduation and beyond! Whether you want to continue your education, or are ready to begin or advance your career, Your Future Fair has a wide range of resources to help. More information, including a directory of organizations that will attend, can be found here.

A Washington Center Honor for Keene State

Keene State will receive the prestigious 2017 Higher Education Civic Engagement Award, presented by The Washington Center, for its leadership and innovation in civic engagement.

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Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery Exhibition

The Thorne Gallery will exhibit a wide range of art created by American artist and KSC professor emeritus, Robert S. Neuman (1926 – 2015). The exhibition includes more than 50 works.

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Alumna's Success in Engineering

Taylor Warriner ’15 is already an accomplished engineer. She was recognized for her work, and she has found her way in this male-dominated field.

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