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Kean University boasts many active and intriguing clubs that truly enhance campus life for students. The Social Work Club strives to unite students who are interested in the social work profession in both a social and academic environment. The club seeks to cultivate each member's personal and professional development. Moreover, they focus on community involvement and social welfare for all people.
Research Days 2019 is slated for Tuesday, April 23 and Wednesday, April 24 from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the STEM Building. Students and faculty are encouraged to show support to their fellow peers who will be presenting in a variety of ways throughout the two days.
As president of the American Sign Language club, General Education Mentor (GEM) and recruit for the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships, Jianna Pisa has a lot of responsibilities on her plate. However, she makes it look like a piece of cake. Diligent and focused, Pisa masterfully juggles all of her duties in addition to her academic obligations. She aims to carry this work ethic and determination forward into her future.
Kean Stage will feature a bevy of fascinating performances throughout the remainder of the semester. Students and faculty are encouraged to attend these performances to show support to Kean Stage for working hard to form intriguing lineups.
Kean University does its considerable best to churn out students who employ an exemplary work ethic throughout their academic careers. This applies to Kean's beloved student-athletes who carry the grit and determination from the fields and courts into their respective classrooms. Anthony Bassani strives to do just that.
Kean University offers a bevy of opportunities that ultimately contribute to the college experience. It is vital for students to make the most of what is provided and available. Chelsey Sanjuan has done exactly that throughout her years at the university.
With each year that passes, Kean University finds ways to bolster its parking situation so that it is suitable for the amount of students, faculty and staff that frequent the campus. The majority of students are predominantly commuters; therefore, it is important to create enough space to accommodate each student.
The Criminal Justice Club furnishes students with the opportunity to develop their knowledge of the criminal justice system as well as forge relationships with students with similar interests. Whether it's through guest speakers or club meetings, the club members are always learning and growing.
On Monday, Nov. 26, the Center for Leadership and Service (CLS) will be hosting a service trip to the Menlo Park Veterans Memorial Home in Edison, New Jersey. From 9:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., students will be providing essential companionship to veterans.
Involvement on campus is an instrumental factor that can positively influence a student's time here at Kean. Apparent through her constant, committed involvement in multiple organizations, Sarah Fedak is a paragon of how involvement is key to a thriving academic career.
On Oct. 14, Lambda Theta Phi Fraternity Inc. will be hosting their first annual Fraternal Charity Futbol Cup from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Kean Alumni Stadium. This event will be centered around competition and charity in hopes of raising a ton of awareness and donations for the Children's Specialized Hospital and the Special Olympics of New Jersey.
Students often find themselves torn between standing out on campus or blending in. It is this dilemma that can often instill doubts inside students' minds as to whether or not they are truly making the most of their college experience here at Kean. For Jonathan Ibarra, it was with unwavering certainty that he wanted to leave his mark on this campus.
New for this fall semester is Cougar Hall, the latest residence hall for first-year students. Located in front of Harwood Arena, Cougar Hall seeks to be a stunning addition to the main campus.
Remaining active can slide to the back burner for many students, especially with other responsibilities requiring more time and effort. However, both intramurals and recreation can keep students fit and competitive throughout the semesters in an extremely fun manner.
Oftentimes students envision there collegiate careers ending after four years. However, it is important to keep in mind that graduate school is a serious option that truly benefits students both in the short and long term. That is why Kean University offers a bevy of graduate programs at the Nathan Weiss Graduate College.
Dealing with stress or anxiety? The Counseling Center can provide a helping hand. Located at Downs Hall, Room 127, the center focuses on assisting students with various issues that often spring up in college students. The goal is to help alleviate some of the hindrances that stressors can put on students' shoulders in order to enhance students' ability to juggle both college life and academic performances.
The Holocaust Resource Center (HRC) specializes in reflecting on the Holocaust and extracting valuable lessons from it. Instead of letting the tragedy paralyze, the center seeks to use it for the dissemination of knowledge.
KeanWISE is the university's online portal for all attending students. Individuals can access important records, documents, and information, as well as utilize many of the other essential features on KeanWISE.
Kean University has a large amount of commuting students. With a myriad of students, faculty and staff commuting each day to campus, parking spots can be a cause of stress and unfortunately some hard feelings. However, the parking services are always finding ways to expedite the parking situation.
Kean University seeks to create an environment conducive to academic learning and personal development. Student Health Services intends to remove the hindrances and worry associated with physical and mental health.