News & Media
Welcome to the KU Office of University Relations
Read about KU's people, places and events and our distinct achievements and contributions to the educational, economic and cultural well-being of the campus and our community.
Recent News Releases
The latest news about KU from KU's University Relations office.
The place to get scores, schedules and information about your Kutztown Golden Bear athletic teams.
This is an official university website that provides a way to easily share accomplishments on social media, as well as hometown traditional media. By accepting the invitation, you will gain access to your own page that includes your digital badges, indicating what areas you have excelled in at KU. Through Merit, you have the opportunity to share the badge received via social media (e.g. Facebook and Twitter) for employers, family and friends to see. The accomplishments are automatically shared with students' hometown media.
Publications and Digital News
Daily Brief -An easy-to-read daily posting of KU news, events, updates, athletics and events.
Bear Essentials - A weekly e-newsletter for students - information on events, movies, speakers, clubs, organizations, on- and off-campus and more.
Tower - The Kutztown University "Tower" magazine takes a unique look at what makes the campus special. Produced by the University Relations Office in conjunction with the Kutztown University Foundation & Alumni Engagement, the Tower is published twice a year and mailed to alumni, parents, friends, donors and the campus community.
Please check the Central Calendar for important KU dates, holidays, events, academic and financial aid deadlines - easily found on this interactive calendar.
The calendar devoted to cultural events on KU's campus, most events are free and open to the public.
KUPresents! - KU's performing artists series and children's series
Information on innovative presentations, engaging live music, theater and dance of the highest quality.
Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center
A non-profit organization that serves the Pennsylvania German/Pennsylvania Dutch community with a rich, period-accurate museum and cultural center located next to the university.