For Cameo Pritchett ('12, M'15) Kutztown University was a comfortable and diverse environment that felt like the perfect fit for him.
Kutztown has taught Pritchett how to interact with individuals from many different backgrounds, allowing him to feel comfortable working with people in any situation. Read more
How many university presidents invite entire student organizations to their home for dinner?
For Kristine Hernandez, a junior clinical psychology major and Presidential Ambassador, dining with KU’s president was one of the highlights of her undergraduate experience. Read more
Luis Beltran doesn't wait for opportunity to knock at his door - he goes out in search of it. The KU senior general studies major always knew he wanted to help people of all ages through art therapy. Although KU doesn't currently offer a major in art therapy, Beltran designed his own. Read more
When Nick Imbesi ('14) visited Kutztown University as a high school senior, it was love at first sight.
"The campus was beautiful," he recalled. "And on my tour I noticed the classrooms weren't that large. I thought ‘when I get here, I'll be able to have one-on-one contact with my professors.' I was right. At KU, I'm not a number. I'm Nick." Read more
Briana Koert ('14) found a peaceful, beautiful campus with excellent professors at Kutztown Univeristy. She has a bright future in business management, thanks to what she's learned and been involved with while at KU.
"Kutztown is a great college to go to. It has excellent professors, my peers are excellent and [Kutztown] really has a lot of campus involvement for you."
Ahmed Awadallah hopes to use his degree in political science to make a difference in his home country of Egypt. His education and experiences in Model United Nations, International Student Organization and Student Government have prepared him for that future.
"Kutztown University is a great place to be. Challenge yourself. Learn a lot. Get involved. Develop leadership skills and prepare yourself to be a future leader."
When Kimberly Kolb ('09, M'12) decided to go back to school to earn a Master of Education in Reading, she looked no further than where she attended school for undergrad: Kutztown University.
“I feel so much more equipped to do reading assessments or to teach comprehension than I ever did before," she said. read more