About Keene State College
Keene State College focuses primarily on undergraduate education and serves the citizens of New Hampshire and the region as a scholarly community of higher learning, offering associate's, bachelor's, and selected master's degrees, and opportunities for continuing education in credit and noncredit programs and courses. Founded in 1909 as Keene Normal School, the institution became Keene Teachers College in 1939 and was named Keene State College in 1963, when it became affiliated with the University System of New Hampshire. Keene State College offers a liberal arts education through programs in the arts, humanities, and sciences, as well as professional programs based in the liberal arts, designed to prepare students for specific careers.
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Keene State College
Continuing Education and Summer Session
229 Main St
Keene, NH 03435