May 26, 2022
Free Alumni Courses for Fall 2022
Kutztown University, in conjunction with the Kutztown University Foundation, offers free online courses for all alumni of the university. Registration for the 2022 fall semester alumni classes is now open. This fall's classes are: Successful Wealth Accumulation and Retirement Planning; Art and Science; Introduction to Bagpipes and the Physics of Sound. Classes are 100% online and will appear on your transcript; however, they may not be used toward a degree program at Kutztown University. Classes are graded on a Pass/Not Pass basis. These classes do not count toward any Act 48 credits.
Farewell Reception for Michelle Kiec
Please join us for a small reception in honor of Michelle Kiec 2-4 p.m. Thursday, June 2, Sharadin Arts Building Atrium Lobby. There will be cake and light refreshments. Please feel free to stop by and wish Michelle the best as she embarks on her exciting new adventure.
College of Visual & Performing Arts and the Office of the Provost
AFSCME 2234 Membership Meeting
The Monday, June 20 membership meeting is canceled and the university is closed. If you have any questions or concerns, please speak with an executive board member.
Christina Ferris, Biology
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