Taking part in Student Organizations is a great way to get involved here at Keene State College. With around 60 student organizations of all types and sizes to choose from, there’s a little something for everybody.
Being active in a student organization has been shown to help students develop personally, socially, intellectually, and spiritually. Students who become involved in organizations are more likely to continue through graduation because they are able to develop ties and friendships that help them “anchor” to the campus. Being involved also enhances opportunities for career development by giving students various skills that help when they graduate.
Most importantly, giving time and talent to an organization will not only help that group, but will also help to make your college experience a valuable and enjoyable one!
See a complete list of active Student Organizations HERE!
We’re sure you’ll find at least one club you want to join. If you don’t find one that interests you, you can start your own! Creating a new Recognized Student Organization allows a group to use the name of the University, reserve facilities, and apply for club funding.
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.
• Common Ground
• Humans vs Zombies
• The Group Theatre
Please direct any questions Brandon Carta, Student Center Programs Coordinator.
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 events within the Student Center, please contact Brandon Carta, Student Center Programs Coordinator.