Keene State College Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (3)
Keene State College has shaped who I am today. Going into my freshman year, I wanted to open my own dance studio. After having an outside study opportunity, funded by Keene State College, I was able to work and connect with dance professionals and other students in the field that helped me decide what I really wanted to do with my future. I had always wanted to teach dance but the people I met through this experiential learning opportunity allowed me to appreciate working with older students. I now know that I want to teach dance at the collegiate level. I want to teach at the collegiate level because I like to challenge students as well as allowing them to challenge me so that I can proceed to grow as a dancer/choreographer. Now that I am a senior and have had numerous advising meetings, outside study opportunities, and have grown from my professors guidance, I feel ready to graduate. I am confident after the work I have completed at Keene State College to not only attend graduate school, but succeed.
Keen state college is located in a small town in western New Hampshire. It is a college town and there is not much to do off-campus but the downtown area is within walking distance of the campus and is a great social area. The professors at Keene are eager to help, they are flexible, and understanding. The food is mediocre but there are lots of places to eat in the downtown area. There are many opportunities to participate in club sports teams as well as intramural teams. The students are friendly, and outgoing. Overall, I would give Keene State College a B rating.
I enjoyed college life, I would have liked to live on campus longer and enjoy more student life activities. I love my career but if I had to do it again I may have chosen Engineering. Try to get an internship or a job shadow at a place that specializes in your career choice to make sure you like it.