Kepler Kigali opened as the inaugural Kepler campus in 2013 to serve the talented Rwandan students who could not afford, or would struggle to pay for, higher education opportunities. We offer access to an American accredited degree through our partnership with Southern New Hampshire University and high-quality programming to support graduates in the transition to employment. We are committed to operating as a learning laboratory for best practices in blended-learning education. In 2015, Kepler Kigali began accepting international and refugee students in addition to local students, both expanding access to education for disadvantaged populations and increasing diversity on campus. The data generated from Kepler Kigali is driving Kepler’s approach to instructional design, pushing forward the goal of dramatically improving the quality and affordability of post-secondary education.