Non-KSC Students Registration Form

Student Information
Current Name

Other Names Used at KSC

Home Address

Local Address If Different


Course Details

Continuing Education at Keene State College grants enrollment in credit courses to all students who hold a high school diploma or equivalent (or bachelor’s degree in the case of graduate level courses) and who have demonstrated successful academic performance. The College reserves the right to reject or withdraw a student who, upon request, fails to provide proper documentation of these requirements or who demonstrates unacceptable performance once enrolled.

SPECIAL NEEDS: If you have a disability that may require a specific academic accommodation, please contact the Continuing Education Office prior to the start of the course.

Student Code of Conduct

The Student Code of Conduct applies to any person registered, accepted or enrolled in any course or program offered by Keene State College including those who are not officially enrolled for a particular term but who have a continuing relationship with the college, such as those on a leave of absence, who have been suspended or are taking programming through Extended Education or the OSHA Training Institute.


The college’s jurisdiction and response shall be limited to violations of the Student Code of Conduct, which may include violations of local, state, or federal laws. The Student Code of Conduct prohibits activities that directly and significantly interfere with the college’s


(1) primary educational responsibility of ensuring the opportunity for all members of the community to attain their educational objectives

(2) subsidiary responsibilities of protecting the health and safety of persons in the campus community, maintaining, and protecting property, keeping records, providing living accommodations and other services, and sponsoring non-classroom activities such as lectures, concerts, athletic events, and social functions, whether the violation occurs on or off the college premises or inside or outside of the classroom.


Such conduct or attempted conduct is prohibited and can lead to immediate dismissal from the course/program for non-matriculated students. Non-matriculated students are not eligible for the same Community Standards processes as matriculated students. If a non-matriculated student displays prohibited conduct during a course/program but is allowed to remain in that course, this behavior may be considered if said student determines they would like to become a matriculated student.