Kutztown is a quaint borough with an overall area of roughly 1.6 square miles. The campus is in a beautiful rural Pennsylvania Dutch community.
Kutztown, Pa., is a town of 5,012 (2010 census) residents who experience the beauty and rustic elegance that is seen here on a daily basis. The borough provides students and visitors alike with many unique events such as annual festivals. Kutztown is also home to many hiking trails, stores, shops, and so much more.
Kutztown is located conveniently between Reading and Allentown, less than 20 miles from both cities. It is 70 miles from Philadelphia and Harrisburg, 100 miles from New York City, 120 miles from Baltimore and 160 miles from Washington, D.C.
Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE) is 25 minutes from campus.
Kutztown Community Partnership (KCP) is a non-profit (501c3) organization that serves as a liaison to build community, to forge positive relationships, and to foster cultural and economic collaboration in this historic college town.
How do you say that?
One of the most often-asked questions about our town is "how do you pronounce Kutztown?" While there are many mispronounced versions, the accurate way to say Kutztown: the first syllable "KUTZ" rhymes with "PUTS" or if the plural of foot was "FOOTS."