About This CampusWith more than 40 programs of study, Keene State College prepares students to think critically, act creatively, and serve the greater good. The 170 acre Keene State campus generates the ambiance of a small New England College, with ivy-covered buildings, grassy commons, and brick walkways. Living on campus is the choice of over half the students and residence halls at KSC are strong, vital communities in which students feel included and free to make their own unique contributions. Over 100 student organizations provide a multitude of co-curricular learning experiences.
Keene State College founded in 1909, is situated in the charming town of Keene, located in the heart of New England. Keene is the largest town in the southwest corner of New Hampshire and is known for its picturesque Central Square, shops and restaurants. There is a wide range of outdoor and social activities that take place in Keene.
Location InformationLocated on Main Street in Keene, N.H., the largest town (pop. 25,000+) in southwestern New Hampshire, the College is only a few minutes walk to Keene's lively downtown. It's a two hour drive to Boston, four hours to New York City and 20 minutes to Vermont.