Campus Resources

  • ACT 101

    Rohrbach Library 3
    Phone: (610) 683-4772
    Act101@kutztown.edu

    ACT 101 is a support program for PA students who have an academic and ļ¬nancial need. The program collaborates with campus offices to create a student success culture. Through active participation in the program, students will develop responsibility, accountability, leadership and friendships.

  • Career Development Center

    Stratton Administration 113
    Phone: (610) 683-4067
    careers@kutztown.edu

    The Career Development Center (CDC) is here to help you define your career goals (destination) and take the necessary steps to achieve those goals (route).  The CDC can help you decide/confirm choice of major/minor, explore & research career options, gain experience through externships (job shadowing), volunteer work, and internships, develop workplace etiquette and a personal brand,  conduct a job search including: resume & cover letter writing, interviewing, and prepare for graduate school.

  • Disability Services

    Stratton Administration 215
    Phone: (610) 683-4108
    dso@kutztown.edu

    Disability Services Office serves otherwise qualified students and employees with disabilities at Kutztown University. The university is committed to achieving equal educational opportunity and participation for persons with disabilities. 

  • Financial Aid

    Stratton Administration 209
    Phone: (610) 683-4077
    financialaid@kutztown.edu

    Financial aid assists you in the payment of your tuition bill. This includes, but is not limited to; Stafford Loans, Parent Plus Loans, alternative loans, grants (state, Pell and other), scholarships and waivers. Loans are funds that must be repaid, most often with interest that varies by lender. Grants, scholarships and waivers are generally funds that do not have to be repaid.

  • Rohrbach Library

    Phone: (610) 683-4480
    tanzos@kutztown.edu

    Rorhbach Library has librarians “on-call” who can help you find books, articles and other resources for your research papers and projects.  Simply go to the library’s Information Desk and a staff member will contact a librarian for you. The on-call hours are as follows:  10am-8pm Monday-Thursdays, Fridays 10am-4pm and Sundays 2pm-8pm.  For other hours, you can email a librarian a question or use the chat option available on this webpage: http://ask.library.kutztown.edu/

  • Student Conduct

    Stratton Administration 119
    Phone: (610) 683-1320
    studentconduct@kutztown.edu

    The mission of the student conduct program is to develop students and support the campus community through the application of a fair and equitable student conduct process for addressing violations of the Student Code of Conduct.  

  • TRiO Student Support Services

    Old Main 121A
    Phone: (610) 683-1347
    Trio@kutztown.edu

    Student Support Services is a TRiO program funded by the United States Department of Education. Student Support Services is a comprehensive academic support program providing study skills assistance, tutoring, and advising for success in college. Freshmen participants will complete a credit-bearing seminar designed to introduce students to the critical strategies, resources, and responsibilities of a university education.

  • Tutoring Services

    Rohrbach Library Room 30
    Phone: (610) 683-4726
    tutor@kutztown.edu

    At Kutztown University, tutoring is designed to give students individualized attention to help them succeed in their courses. Our tutoring services provide excellent tutors who connect with students at their level and help guide them towards academic success.

    Using our services, students are guaranteed reinforced learning, support for in-class learning, and an advanced sense of community. Tutors can help build a student's confidence while connecting them with other useful campus resources. 

  • Writing Center

    Rohrbach Library Room 100C
    Phone:  (610) 683-4733
    wrcenter@kutztown.edu

    The Kutztown University Writing Center is dedicated to supporting scholarship, creativity and composition on campus. The KUWC offers one-on-one, personalized conferences for students wishing to discuss their writing processes or works in progress. Students of all majors and abilities can take advantage of this free and confidential campus resource.