Student Success Center

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Summer is a GREAT time

TO GAIN RELATED EXPERIENCE. Part-time jobs, internships and volunteer work that is related to your career goal will build a strong resume.  To schedule a career coaching appointment, contact the Career Development Center at (610) 683-4067.

The Student Success Team is available to assist students with academic success strategies such as time management, test-taking and test anxiety, note-taking and textbook reading, especially in an online environment.  Contact us at success@kutztown.edu.  Appointments can be held by telephone, email, and Zoom.  

SUCCESS ACADEMY

Succeed as a Golden Bear: High school and college are different. We know that, you know that. However, do you know what this means in terms of being a successful college student? KU's Success Academy is designed to show new student how to their educational goals during freshman year.

Succeed as a Golden Bear: High school and college are different. We know that, you know that. However, do you know what this means in terms of being a successful college student? KU's Success Academy is designed to show new student how to their educational goals during freshman year.

  • discover campus resources to support your transition (including academic and career)
  • understand growth vs. fixed mindset and how this impacts your college success
  • recognize study skills needed for college-level work
  • identify personal motivation and challenges related to college success 

The Success Academy is FREE and will take place August 17-19, 2020 (a few days before the start of the fall semester).  Click Here to Register today to secure your space.  Space is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. 

If you have any questions contact R. Chad Brown, Assistant Director for Retention & Student Success at cbrown@kutztown.edu.

KU SUCCEED 

KU Succeed is an academic recovery program for students that are no longer in good academic standing (Academic Warning or Probation).  The program was designed to help students to return to good academic standing by providing a framework for academic success.  This framework includes skill-building seminars, mentoring, and educational and personal advising. 

The KU Succeed program strives to increase the retention and graduation rate of participating students by focusing on the needs of individual students and offering academic support, specialized advising, and other services.  KU Succeed seeks to provide academic services and guidance to support skills and attitudes that have been proven beneficial to students in their pursuit of excellence at KU.

Click her to register for KU Succeed.  If you have any questions contact R. Chad Brown, Assistant Director for Retention & Student Success at cbrown@kutztown.edu.