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Part of Kean University's mission to provide a world-class education includes housing organizations that promote the diversity of its
student body. No organization on campus epitomizes that mission more than the International Student Association (ISA).
This May will mark the culmination of an academic journey for some seniors, but many others will continue the journey in pursuit of an advanced degree from Kean University's Nathan Weiss Graduate College.
On Thursday, January 26, 2017, Kean University's Office of Africana Studies got a jump start on African American History Month as it hosted its annual Dr. Martin Luther King Celebration in the Little Theatre in the Miron Student Center (MSC).
Everyday college students flex their mental muscles while working towards earning a degree, but often it comes with a hectic schedule that leaves little time for other activities such as exercising.
Spring semester is right around the corner, and that means students will soon be scouring the market for deals on textbooks and other course-related materials.
Excellence is the foundation of all organizations housed by Kean University. But one organization in particular embodies excellence and instills that mindset into all of its members.
Every November, Kean University dedicates a week to help in the fight against hunger and homelessness. This year's Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week will be held from Tuesday, November 15, 2016, through Saturday, November 19, 2016.
For current Kean University students, earning a degree from a world-class institution is the next goal on the agenda; but what is on the agenda after graduation?
Ever thought about building a brand? How about learning marketing tips from industry experts? Well, students who answered yes to either or both of the aforementioned questions are in luck!
For those who are not aware or just need a friendly reminder, students planning to graduate in 2017 are required to submit a graduation application form to the Office of the Registrar.
Cougar pride was running wild on Friday, September 30, 2016, as Kean University students, faculty and staff gathered at Harwood Arena at approximately 6 p.m. for the annual Homecoming Pep Rally.
The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) has named Kean University to the 2015 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. Having made the list each year since 2009, the 2015 honor roll marks the sixth consecutive year Kean University has been recognized through this national honor.
What happens when one mixes history with happy hour? Two nights of fun at Kean University’s historic Liberty Hall Museum (LHM)!
With all the demands that come with a hectic college schedule, it is important that students know where to go to grab a meal or a quick snack for sustenance. Whether if one is looking for a meal or just a cup of coffee to help get through the day, there are several options available to Kean students both on and off campus.
Every year, October is filled with adrenaline-pumping activities and attractions in the spirit of Halloween.
This fall, Liberty Hall Museum will host an extravagant luncheon modeled after White House dinners from centuries past.
Earlier this year, newly elected officers celebrated throughout the main campus when the results of the Student Government elections were announced.
Ever have a writing assignment that required some assistance? How about multiple writing assignments with deadlines that are approaching faster than expected? Well fear not! The Writing Center at Kean University has a staff of graduate and undergraduate students that provide one-on-one coaching in a non-judgmental environment to members of the campus community. The Writing Center is located in room 111-E of the Maxine and Jack Lane Center for Academic Success (CAS), and is open during the Spring, Summer I, Summer II and Fall semesters.
The burden of commuting is all too common among college students. Finding an efficient way to commute can be a real hassle, but thanks to the shuttle and trolley service offered to members of the Kean community, students can put their energy towards studies, volunteer service, athletics or any of the other extracurricular activities offered at Kean University.
Kean Identification Cards (ID) play an integral role in the university, and are issued to each active and registered student. Kean University ID cards are needed to access buildings and resources on campus such as the residence halls, the library, computer labs and the fitness centers.