Timothy Keefe

Teaching Lecturer, Criminal Justice

BA, Potsdam State College; MEd, Plymouth State College
Email: timk@plymouth.edu

Office: Hyde Hall 302
Phone:  (603) 535-3074

Office hoursNot teaching ~ Spring 2017

About Professor Keefe

Tim’s 38 year career at Plymouth State has allowed him to see remarkable change at the institution.  He has had the opportunity to serve as the Director of Residential Life, Director of the College Union and Student Activities, and for more than a decade as the Dean of Students where he had responsibility for many Student Affairs functions including oversight of federal compliance requirements, serving as the Title IX Coordinator, and for the University’s student conduct program.

Tim has taught in various capacities over his administrative tenure and has recently taken the opportunity to “re-direct” his career to focus primarily on teaching as a Teaching Lecturer.  In addition to the above roles, Tim completed the NH Police Standards and Training Part Time Officer Certification, was sworn in the Towns of Hebron and Holderness, was a certified EMT and Firefighter, completed the Gehring Academy for Student Conduct Administrators, and even played the perpetrator in a training film for domestic violence prevention.

Tim has many presentation credits both regionally and nationally on topics such as crisis management, FERPA, the CLERY Act, Federal Compliance, and other leadership/management topics. Tim currently serves as the Vice Chair for CADY (Communities for Alcohol and Drug Free Youth).

Courses Taught

  • CJDI 1020      The Individual & The Law
  • IS 1010             Introduction to the Academic Community (IAC)
  • IS 1111              First Year Seminar: Critical Thinking & Nature of Inquiry

Contact Us

Department of Criminal Justice

Hyde Hall 334

Phone: (603) 535-2233
Email: dboynton@plymouth.edu
(Dawn Boynton, Administrative Assistant)
Fax: (603) 535-2943

Mailing Address
17 High Street
MSC 59
Plymouth, NH 03264

Our Students

Charles DeJoie

Charles DeJoie
“The professors use their real life experience to enhance the classroom atmosphere, and convey information in a way that engages and challenges their students. They want to see their students succeed, and will give them the tools to do so.”
~ Charles DeJoie