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Student Organization Listing

Please direct any questions Brandon Carta, Student Center Programs Coordinator.

  1. Academic Organizations
  2. Arts & Performance
  3. Club Sports
  4. Community Service
  5. Culture & Identity
  6. Entertainment & Events
  7. Fraternity/Sorority Life
  8. Media-Based Organizations
  9. Special Interest
  10. Spiritual Organizations
  11. Student Government & Classes
  12. Honor Societies

Academic Organizations

American Institute of Architecture Students
American Society of Safety Professionals
Athena Nursing Club
Health Professions Club
Holocaust and Genocide Awareness Club
KSC NAfME
Math Club
Physical Education Club
Pre-Law Society
Society of Manufacturing Engineers

Arts & Performance

Art Collective
Bricowlage Student Journal
Chock Full O’ Notes
Keene State Media Productions
KSC American Choral Directors Association
KSC Film Society
KSC NAfME
Music Teachers National Association

Club Sports

The purpose of the Club Sports Program is to provide students an opportunity to participate in an organized team or individual sport program and to enhance their skills in a particular sport. For more information on Club Sports opportunities, please contact Lynne Andrews, Director of Recreational Sports. The following clubs are currently receiving administrative support from the Rec Sports Department:

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Golf Club
Keene State College Dance Team
Men’s Ice Hockey
Men’s Rugby
The Outing Club
Ultimate Frisbee
Women’s Ice Hockey
Women’s Rugby Club
Yoga Club

Community Service

Community Service Club
The Hungry Owl Food Pantry

Culture & Identity

Feminist Collective
Global Cultural Club
KSC Pride

Entertainment & Events

Chock Full O’ Notes
KSC Film Society
Social Activities Council
WKNH: Student-Run Radio Station

Fraternity/Sorority Life

Being a member of a social Greek-letter organization at KSC helps students to connect to campus, meet new people, be a part of campus traditions, and explore various leadership opportunities. Keene State College is currently home to 8 inter/nationally recognized social Greek-letter organizations (3 sororities and 4 fraternities), two governing bodies (the Inter-Fraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council), and one honor society (the Upsilon Zeta chapter of the Order of Omega). The fraternity and sorority community is lead by the values of Academic Success, Accountability, Service, Leadership Development, and Fellowship. To learn more about our community, click here.

Alpha Sigma Phi
Delta Phi Epsilon
Delta Tau Delta
Delta Xi Phi
Interfraternity Council
Order of Omega
Panhellenic Council
Phi Mu
Phi Sigma Sigma
Sigma Pi
Tau Kappa Epsilon

Media-Based Organizations

Bricowlage Student Journal
Equinox - Student Newspaper
Keene State Media Productions
Kronicle Yearbook
KSC Film Society
WKNH: Student-Run Radio Station

Special Interest

Athena Nursing Club
Chess Club
Community Service Club
Eco-Reps
Feminist Collective
Fishing Club
G2 Gamers Guild
Global Cultural Club
Health Professions Club
KSC Democrats
KSC Pride
Owl Nation
Owl Sign Language
Physical Education Club
Public Health Club
Social Activities Council
Student Nutrition Association at Keene State (S.N.A.K.S.)
The Outing Club
WKNH: Student-Run Radio Station

Spiritual Organizations

CRU Keene
Hillel - Jewish Student Union

Student Government & Classes

Student Government Class of 2022
Class of 2023
Class of 2024
Class of 2025

Below is a listing of Recognized Student Organizations that have gone inactive since 2020. If you are interested in restarting any of these groups or would like to add another new organization, please contact Brandon Carta.

  • Campus Ecology
  • Chemistry Lyceum
  • Common Ground
  • Computer Science
  • Design & New Media
  • Fair Trade Club
  • French Club
  • GEODES
  • Geography Club
  • Humans vs Zombies
  • Keene State Athletic Trainers Society
  • Keene State Investment Group
  • Pre-Medical Club
  • Ski & Snowboard Club
  • Society of Physics Students
  • The Group Theatre
  • Three Ways ‘Til Sunday

Honor Societies

Honor Societies at Keene State College provide talented students the opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to academic excellence in a chosen discipline or field of study.

For more information about Honor Societies, please contact Kim Schmidl-Gagne, Program Manager for Diversity and Multiculturalism Initiatives.

Please Note: Reasonable accommodations enable qualified students with disabilities to have equal opportunities by adjusting or modifying courses, programs, services, jobs, activities, or facilities. If you require accommodations in order to participate in After Hours events, please contact Brandon Carta.

Contact Student Involvement

Office of Student Involvement
☎ 603-358-2662
studentinvolvement@keene.edu