This is the place where passion is ignited, skills are refined and the impossible is made possible. And it's all waiting for you.
Take the first step in joining the Golden Bear community by applying to KU today. Fill out our application or the common app.
Learn more about how to apply for admission to Kutztown University of Pennsylvania as an international student.
The Graduate Admissions Office offers a number of graduate programs and graduate admissions events. Apply to Kutztown graduate programs today.
Congratulations on your acceptance. Here you'll find the information you need to become a Golden Bear.
Kutztown University welcomes students who want to transfer from another college, university or community college.
The faculty and students at Kutztown University happily welcome military members or veterans into our learning community and are committed to helping them make a smooth transition to KU.
Alternative enrollment options for re-admission, PASSHE visiting students, Berks County Consortium, non-degree, non-credit, High School enrollment.
At Kutztown, we offer more than 100 majors, minors, for those seeking bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, doctoral degrees, certificates and certifications.
Information for high school counselors and community college counselors.
Guide to financial aid, types of aid, qualifying for aid, transferring, when to apply for aid. Filling out your FAFSA.
Meet some of the Golden Bear community to find out about the opportunities and experiences provided by KU.
Start at the student union, check out the campus store and meet members of the community on our student-led walking tours.
Have questions? We'd love to talk through academics, the admissions process or just about anything else.
Want to visit KU, but can't make it to campus? We've got you covered. Take our virtual tour to learn about Kutztown's campus and diverse facilities.
The diverse perspectives, ideas, background and abilities of our faculty, staff and students, help to create an environment for which each member can grow and ultimately be more prepared to thrive in our ever-changing society. We strive tirelessly to be open to change, listen to those who find challenge in this space, and respond in a way that makes everyone feel valued.
Our 289-acre campus is bursting with flowers, trees, fountains, and green spaces to study, socialize, or just kick back and relax.
Join an academic club, get behind the camera with KUTV, or take the stage with the Jazz Ensemble. With more than 200 student clubs and organizations, you’ll find ways to connect, grow, and uncover new passions.
of graduates who responded to the most recent passhe survey report that they are employed or enrolled in graduate school*
of students receive financial aid
Golden Bears attend KU
states from which our students come to KU
countries represented among our many international students
average class size
of tenure and tenure-track faculty have their doctorate or terminal degree
Learn, live and grow on our picturesque, award-winning campus.
This student shares a presentation during a class lecture.
Golden Bears receive unique opportunities to learn in internships and classroom experiences.
Spring in Kutztown is filled with possibilities.
Students find beautiful locations to study and relax.
Our small class sizes give students the opportunity to work closely with the faculty.
The award-winning KU Cheer Team leads our Golden Bear fans at home games throughout the year.
Keystone Field is one of the newest additions to campus. The multi-use stadium is enjoyed by varsity teams and all students for intramurals and clubs.
Be sure to give a high five to Avalanche, our beloved Golden bear mascot.
You will love seeing all the colorful foliage on campus in the fall.
Golden Bear athletes are fierce on the playing field and hard-working in the classroom.
This can be you! Be a part of our next class picture.
Students enjoy pet therapy day with furry visitors.
Campus eateries include all-you-care-to eat, 24/7 dining.
With nature all around, students can enjoy time between classes on our beautiful campus.
In the snow, our campus is as beautiful as ever.
Students get hands-on experience in our classrooms.
The clock tower above Old Main - the beacon on the hill for more than 150 years.
Join President Hawkinson and Wynnie for a walk on campus.
Graduation is a time for celebration.
With wide open spaces throughout campus, studying with your friends will be fun.
Dip your feet in the fountain of Alumni Plaza, a serene study location.
From Connections Orientation through graduation, you can be part of something special at Kutztown.
Old Main is the central and original building on campus.
Percentage of graduates employed within six months: Bachelor's 60% Master's 81%
Percentage of employed graduates employed in field related to their career goals: Bachelor's 79%, Master's: 96%
14% of graduates furthering their education in graduate or doctoral programs.
Students who completed internships were offered employment at that organization.
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employed undergraduates working in a position related to their career goals
employed graduate students working in a position related to their career goals
graduates felt degree was helpful in finding employment opportunities
employed graduates reported satisfied with their current occupation