Kepler first started its partnership with Southern New Hampshire University in 2013 to offer SNHU’s accredited online degrees at our site in Kigali. The goal of the partnership is to serve talented Rwandan students who would struggle to pay for higher education. Kepler offers SNHU students in Rwanda high-quality support services to help 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 and SNHU began accepting international and refugee students in addition to Rwandan students, both expanding access to education for disadvantaged populations and increasing diversity. The data generated from Kepler Kigali is driving instructional design, pushing forward the goal of dramatically improving the quality and affordability of post-secondary education.