“Before I came to Keene I was an OK student, but the College helped me realize I need to take responsibility for what I learn and how I apply it. I’ve become a much more focused student.”– Beth Neuhardt
Students Admitted for Spring, January 2014
Congratulations on your acceptance to Keene State! You are in!
Here are the most important things you need to do:
Come to an Information Session to hear more about Keene State and decide if you want to enroll (we hope you do!).Visit Campus
Pay Up (No later than January 3, 2014):
Payment of the enrollment fee and housing deposit confirms your commitment to enroll and reserves a room for you in one of our residence halls. All freshmen and sophomores are required to live on campus. Although junior and senior transfer students are not guaranteed housing, we typically have space available for all new spring students and encourage you to apply for on-campus housing.
Deadline for payment is January 3, 2014.
Move-In Day for new students is Sunday, January 19, 2014. Classes begin at 8:00 a.m. sharp on Tuesday, January 21.
In the meantime:
If you are enrolled in either high school or college, it is a condition of your admission to Keene State College that you will maintain satisfactory grades the remainder of your semester. You must provide the Admissions Office with a final high school or college transcript by January 15, 2014, for our review. Keene State College reserves the right to revoke your admission if you do not complete your coursework at the same level of achievement as at the time of acceptance.
Please ask your high school guidance counselor to send your final transcript to:
|September 2013||check the admissions website to register for an Information Session, Admissions.keene.edu/visit-us|
|March 1||Preferred deadline to file FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)|
|December 15||Deadline for enrollment fee and housing deposit. Both are nonrefundable. (link to Pay enrollment fee and housing deposit) Beginning early May Health Services physical examinations are required for all students. Download the form at www.keene.edu/chw/newstu.cfm These forms are due by January 15 for fall admittance. Any student who fails to meet this requirement will have a hold placed on his or her student account and will not be able to register for classes until the form is received.|
|January 19, 2014||Move in Day for new students|
|January 21, 2014||First day of classes|
These dates are subject to change. For up-to-date information, check admissions.keene.edu, or call 603–358–2276.
Using the information provided in your admissions letter, set up your email so that you can access important information various college offices will send you about how to get ready for spring semester.
Once you pay your deposit, the office of Academic and Career Advising will send information to your KSC email address about how you’ll get registered for your spring semester courses.
If your payment included a housing deposit, information regarding housing contracts will be sent via email to you from the Residential Life Office. Students enrolling for Spring, 2014 (January) can expect this email by mid-December.
All new and transfer students are required to complete the following health forms:
- Comprehensive Student Health Form
- Immunization Form
- Tuberculosis Screening Form
- Physical Form
These are necessary to satisfy Keene State College Pre-entrance Requirements and the American College Health Association Pre-matriculation Immunization Recommendations.
Once you get to campus, you’ll get your ID from the lobby of the dining commons. Students are expected to carry their ID at all times. If you live on campus, you’ll use it to enter your residence hall and if you have a meal plan, you’ll use it to enter the dining commons.
On your application for admission, you designated an educational goal that serves for now as your intended major.
The following online resources will help answer common questions about finances, housing and dining, campus facilities, student services, and other aspects of student life at Keene State.