Find Your Way Around
Welcome to our 170-acre campus, located a few minutes’ walk from downtown Keene, N.H.Maps and Resources
Events on Campus
Films. Concerts. Theater. Sports. Lectures. Networking events, art exhibits, fairs, political rallies, conferences – a lot is happening at Keene State College! Many events are free and open to the public.Annual Events and Calendar
Diversity & Multiculturalism
Keene State College deeply values diversity in community, curriculum, and co-curriculum. These values are intimately connected with our priorities of academic excellence and student success and institutional effectiveness, sustainability, and financial stability.Diversity & Multiculturalism
Service is a core value of Keene State College, a principle that dates back to its founding in 1909. The College is an integral part of the greater Keene community. Students, faculty, and staff live here, work here, volunteer here, and are invested in the social and economic health of the Monadnock region.Community Outreach
Arts & Entertainment
The Redfern Arts Center is home to a thriving arts scene, hosting concerts, recitals, theatrical performances, and dance by nationally renowned artists as well as KSC students and faculty.
The Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery hosts traveling exhibits and works of regional artists. The smaller Carroll House Gallery hosts an eclectic mix of traditional and contemporary works.
The Putnam Arts Lecture Hall is home to the KSC Film Society, which screens popular, international, and indie films year-round.Arts at Keene State
Discover Keene, NH
(population 23,000, give or take a student or two)
The city of Keene offers residents and visitors a wide range of cultural and educational opportunities. The Monadnock Region is home to an international music school, an artist colony, and venues that attract award-winning performers and national touring companies. Our business community represents a full spectrum, from “mom and pop” businesses to world-class companies.About the Area