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The Office of Distance Education

**Most online courses at KU use D2L, the university's learning management system. To access your online course, navigate to D2L and login using your full Kutztown University email address, including the ending, and password. If you don't know your password, contact the IT Help Center at 610-683-1511 to reset it.**

Distance Education Courses

Kutztown University offers individual credit-based courses in various on-campus programs during the fall and spring semester, as well as during the winter and summer sessions. Programs require formal admission and enrollment and all applicants must meet general admission criteria as well as program-specific requirements.

We encourage you to communicate directly with the director of the program or programs you are interested in for more information.

Register Today

Current Kutztown University students can view and register for online courses through the online Student Information System (MyKU).

Non-degree and visiting students interested in Distance Education courses should contact the Registrar's Office, 610-683-1323.

Winter Online information

Summer Online information

Below, use our course search tool to find the online courses you need, when you need them.


D2L is Kutztown University's learning management system, used to deliver the university's online courses, as well as to support the face-to-face classes.

D2L 10.3 Overview

Contacts and Support

D2L Support and Contact Us - Technical support information, contacts for D2L, and contact information for the KU Office of Distance Education staff.

D2L how-to documents and videos - Visit the faculty resource page for course building information, support contacts and up-to-date documents and short videos for the most common tasks in D2L. 

D2L Student Videos - The student orientation videos provide an overview of D2L's most commonly used tools.

KU:Converge Online Journal for Faculty Distance Education support -  The journal features postings by faculty partners, as well as entries by the members of the Office of Distance Education. This is an online location for faculty to share ideas with their peers in an atmosphere of mentoring, and to receive technical advice and support from the Office of Distance Education.