Keene State College

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Annelies Spykman

“Keene State has helped me see my potential to be a useful instrument in the world. The classes are small, the professors are dedicated, and the overall atmosphere is one committed to social change and service.”

– Annelies Spykman, Sociology

Driving Directions


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From the West and Interstate 91

From I-91, take exit 3 in Brattleboro, Vt., to Route 9 East. Follow Route 9
East to Keene, proceed on Route 101E through the roundabout, and at the next intersection turn left onto Main Street. Proceed on Main Street and turn left onto Wyman Way.

From the North (Routes 9, 10, and 12)

Follow the highway to the traffic light at the intersection of Route 101. Turn left onto 101 East, proceed on 101 East through the roundabout, and at the next intersection turn left onto Main Street. Proceed on Main Street and turn left onto Wyman Way.

From the East (Route 101)

Proceed on Route 101 West to Keene. At the second traffic light, turn right onto Main Street. Proceed on Main Street and turn left onto Wyman Way.

From the South (Route 12)

Proceed on Route 12 North to Keene. At the intersection with Route 101, go straight ahead onto Main Street and turn left onto Wyman Way.

From Boston and Eastern Massachusetts

Take Route 2 West to Route 140 North (Gardner, Mass.) to Route 12 North to Keene. At the intersection with Route 101, go straight ahead onto Main Street and turn left onto Wyman Way.

By Air, Bus, and Rail

The Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in Manchester, N.H., is less than 90 minutes east by car. Bradley Airport near Hartford, Conn., is a two-hour drive to the south; Logan Airport in Boston is a two-hour drive to the east. Keene is served by the Greyhound Vermont Transit bus line; the station is a few blocks from campus. Amtrak’s Vermonter stops in nearby Brattleboro, Vt.