Kiara Richardson holds an impressive repertoire of organizational involvements and learning experiences. The senior communications major transferred to KU her sophomore year. She visited the campus once and decided there was no need to put in an application to any other school. Throughout the transition from prospective student to official Golden Bear, Richardson felt at ease and free of uncertainty.
"The staff and faculty are great and stay connected with you through the process and make sure all your questions are answered," Richardson said.
She hit the university grounds running and has made a statement inside and outside the boundaries of the university. Read more about Kiara here.
March 13, 2015
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Board of Governors today approved Kutztown University's request for its first doctoral program. KU will offer a Doctor of Social Work degree in collaboration with Millersville University. It is one of only two Doctor of Social Work programs offered in Pennsylvania. The program will begin in fall 2015. More information
Every class taken at Kutztown University further confirms Special/Elementary Education major Joe Scoboria's aspirations of leading and educating our nation's youth. Scoboria has left no opportunity unattended during his KU career, building connections with students, faculty and administration through the Student Government Board and other activities that have amply prepared him for life after college. Read more about Joe Scoboria's Golden Bear experience.
Tabetha Super has a passion for science. She found that the Biology/Pre-Med track at Kutztown University perfectly fit her desire to learn how to help people. Her participation on the women's rugby team has helped her be a leader and even gave her a chance to put some of her academic skills to work. Now, she's on her way to becoming a chiropractor. Read more
For Emily Leayman, from Emmaus, Pa., being a journalist has been a dream since high school. Searching for a university that was near home, had reasonable tuition, and helped fine-tune her writing skills brought her to Kutztown University. As an English/professional writing major, Leayman has been allowed to read and think critically as well as communicate both verbally and in writing. She now explores various writing skills- from journalism to public relations to creative writing. Read more.
Waskar Paulino, Secondary Education/Spanish major, is making the most out of Kutztown University. Through involvement and hard work, Paulino steps closer everyday to his dream of teaching and inspiring. Read more
The buzz of energy surging through the geology program in the Department of Physical Sciences is enthralling. Margariete Malenda needed to be a part of it. With steadfast eagerness and curiosity, it was not long before Malenda went from investigating in labs to presenting research findings at major seminars. As a junior undergraduate student, Malenda has been heavily involved in research, which drew the enthusiastic praise of professional geoscientists and academics from all over the world recently at a conference in Vancouver. Malenda's success proves that Kutztown University students can brilliantly shine at any educational level or program of study. Read more.