Off-Campus Student Rights and Responsibilities Statement
The Introduction to the Kutztown University Document on Student Rights and Welfare clearly states that reasonable guidelines are essential to facilitate the development of high standards of mutual respect and integrity within each student. Sensitivity to our environment as well as community involvement that extends beyond the physical campus boundaries
Kutztown University is genuinely committed to the student developing civic skills and public service experiences for living in a public world. To that end, Kutztown University will encourage the personal and intellectual development of students as they exercise rights of citizenship in the local community as well as on campus. Kutztown University will make every effort to foster positive relations among students and permanent residents as well as provide experiential learning opportunities for students to become actively involved in off-campus civic, community, social service organizations and causes.
From time to time, students may engage in activities that are contrary to the development of appropriate citizenship and in violation of
Students involved in other improprieties or violations of law may be contacted by the Dean of Students office and counseled to seek more positive behaviors in the future. Students unable to cooperate with this counsel may be subject to disciplinary action.