Founded by graduates in 1910, the Keene State College Alumni Association has a robust network of graduates. Through committees, regional activities, college involvement, alumni events, programs, benefits, and services, the Alumni Association promotes the welfare of alumni and Keene State College.Keene State Alumni Association
Make your connection casual or constant – and please let us know how to stay in touch with you! Whether on social media, in-person at alumni events, or otherwise, the Alumni Office can help.
Lost touch? You can update your personal information to begin receiving the alumni magazine, Keene State Today, by mail.Connect with Alumni
Benefits & Services
All alumni can take advantage of on-campus benefits, such as summer Rec Center membership, pool and racquetball use at Spaulding Gym, library privileges at Mason Library, discounts at the KSC bookstore, and lower rates at arts events and area lodging. Need to book a meeting room at the Alumni Center or use the College Camp for a day? Need a transcript, career counseling, or help with job searches? The Alumni Office is here to help.Benefits & Services
Built in 2009 during the Centennial, and dedicated in 2010, the Alumni Center is a gathering place for alumni, students, and friends of Keene State. Spacious Norma Walker Hall hosts alumni meetings, job fairs, Golden Circle luncheons, lectures, concerts, and many other events. Conference rooms, a call center, and project spaces throughout allow alumni to meet with students, the business community, and others.Alumni Center
A Proud Heritage of Achievement and Service
Keene State College has nearly 34,000 living alumni, people who took to heart the College motto, “Enter to learn, go forth to serve,” when they graduated.
Keene State alumni make a positive difference in the world every day: in education, the sciences, the arts, business, and industry. Alumni apply their knowledge and wisdom to their work, their personal lives, and their communities. They volunteer. They connect. They speak out. They step up.
Keene State Today
The Winter 2018-19 issue of Keene State Today opens with a celebration of our eleventh president – and the first who is also a graduate of the College. Enjoy a conversation with Melinda Treadwell ’90, who was recently named president after a year in the role on an interim basis.
We then turn to the topic of “House,” which we look at from a variety of perspectives. We talk with members of the College community who build houses, sell houses, clean houses, and more.
The First-Person Project highlights three Keene State graduates who live and work in New England. Look for them in the back of the magazine and on our website at keene.edu/first-person.Winter 2019: The House Issue
When Norma Walker ’51 climbed the stairs to the stage at the 2018 Reunion Awards Luncheon held in the Student Center, she knew that Keene State President Melinda Treadwell ’90...
My father, Bob Johnson, had a serious stroke in 1990, at age 77, followed by a difficult, but successful recovery. At age 80 he fell...
It’s not a metaphor when Fred and Carol (Johnson) Collins talk about their relationship in terms of a house. The 1969 graduates designed and built their own home in South...