Keene State College’s campus is situated in the downtown area of the quintessential New England town, Keene, New Hampshire, with its athletic complex located just to its south. Within the College’s academic buildings there are instructional spaces such as seminar and conference rooms, as well as classrooms, and specialized spaces including performance spaces, laboratories, and studios.
The Redfern Arts Center contains three major performance spaces (Main Theatre, Alumni Recital Hall, and Wright Theatre) along with nearby studios for sculpture and ceramics. Programs housed in the Redfern and the Media Arts Center are affiliated with the campus’s Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery. The Putnam Science Center houses wet and dry laboratory spaces that support students participating in biology, chemistry, environmental studies, geosciences, and physics courses, while Rhodes Hall is home to the state-of-the-art Nursing Simulation Lab. At the heart of the campus, the Mason Library, with its attached Cohen Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, serves the entire campus and hosts the College’s extensive archives and special collections along with KSC’s public computer lab.