Part of the University of New Hampshire
system, located in the western part of the state
Keene, part of Chesire county
A liberal arts
school, formerly the Keene Teaching School until 1963, still produces a number of students with teaching degrees and is known to be a "teaching school".
The college is NCAA division III
in sports. The mascot is an owl
. There is no football team, but there are cheerleaders
, and diving
/swimming are popular athletic activities.
Popular hangouts for students of age (or those with fake ID
's) are Penuche's, Kilkenny's and Margarita's. Others may hangout at fraternity
parties, which occur nearly every night of the week.
Only about 35% of students graduate
in 4 years.