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Beginning in March, the Kean Wellness Center will be starting a new monthly workshop series called The Counselor’s Couch. Each month, Counseling Center staff will present a topic related to mental health and wellness, followed by interactive and supportive discussions around the content. The series will take place on Wednesdays to support Kean University President Repollet’s Wellness Wednesday Initiative, with the goal of partnering up with student groups and offices to engage the entire Kean community.
Attention Class of 2021 Graduating Seniors! The clock is ticking but there is still time to get Senior portraits. Capture the moment of commencement and schedule an appointment to get a yearbook photo right at the Kean University Campus. Sittings for portraits will take place at the Miron Student Center Greek Lounge.
The Vice President of Student Affairs, Matthew Caruso, is accepting applications for students aspiring to act as a Student Representative on the Kean University Board of Trustees. With this position, willing candidates can act as a representation of the Kean student community and help to make changes happen at the university.
Gourmet Dining has been a loyal provider at Kean University and an integral part in providing fine-dining options all throughout campus. Along with well-known establishments such as Starbucks and Jersey Mikes, Gourmet Dining gives students meal plans to suit everyone’s campus lifestyle. Now, Gourmet Dining has teamed up with the Cougar Pantry to aid food-insecure students during these tough times.
Do you want to make your voice heard and be the difference at Kean University? If so, the Office of Student Government is accepting applications for a variety of positions. With this opportunity, students can gain valuable skills and act as a representation of their student body.
Graduation is one of the most special moments in a young adult's life. The day that all of their hard work for the past four or more years pays off and they can start their life out in the world. After walking across that threshold, there is a world of opportunities open, just waiting to be seized.
Kean University has stood as a key center for COVID-19 testing throughout the on-going pandemic. Expanding upon its status as an integral part in maintaining the virus's spread, Kean is now one of Union County's vaccination centers. To schedule a vaccination, be sure to visit the Union County Vaccine website.
Join Student Health Services (SHS) for A Night at the Movies: Miss Evers Boys, Wednesday, Feb. 10 from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday, Feb. 11 from 3-4:30 p.m. for a panel and discussion of the movie and its topics.
Beginning Feb. 1, the Center for Leadership and Service will be hosting Involvement Week, a week-long event for students that are interested in co-curricular opportunities for the spring semester. Like other events, this will be taking place virtually via Zoom.
As one of the most diverse public universities in the state, Kean has many different events and programs dedicated to celebrating Black History Month. Every year, the organizations at Kean University honor its diverse student population and its rich African American history by celebrating Black History Month during February.
At the start of every semester, each Greek organization at Kean gathers for one huge spectacle to give the students the opportunity of learning about all that is Greek Life at the university. Many students anticipate Meet the Greeks.
More than ever, students are looking for ways to involve themselves with all the happenings in the Kean community. Fortunately, there are opportunities and methods for those interested in being of service despite the ongoing pandemic.
Every student at Kean will have to utilize the WebAdvisor at some point of their journey. It is an essential platform consisting of everything from a student's grades to their schedules as well as financial aid.
Adding an English minor to one's major of any field, can be incredibly beneficial to include on future resumes as well as to help build one's overall individual character and outlook on the world around them and how they interact within it. On Thursday, Dec. 10, join the School of English Studies at 3:20 p.m. to explore all of the benefits of getting a minor in English and how to work toward it.
It's everyone's favorite modern holiday classic: on Friday, Dec. 4, "Elf" will be screened as a drive-in movie experience in the parking lot of Kean Hall. With health and safety always a priority throughout the Kean community, Student Organization of Kean University and the Class of 2021 offer the perfect Friday night getaway for a study break or social outing. The screening will run from 6 to 8 p.m.
Just recently, Kean's One Stop Service Center announced the rollout of two new customer service platforms assisting in providing better service to students amid the transition of remote learning.
One benefit of the current state of the world is the increase in diverse, educational, virtual events. Wednesday, Dec. 2, the Holocaust Resource Center will be hosting the Murray Pantirer Memorial Scholar Lecture with Dr. Marion Kaplan. The lecture, to be hosted on Zoom from 7 to 8 p.m., will address the experience of Jewish refugees who fled to Portugal to live in a "limbo" until they could escape abroad.
The Wenzhou-Kean University Board of Directors has opened applications for the position of a non-voting student representative. This position would last for two years, ending on June 30, 2022. Completed applications are due through Cougar Link by Monday, Nov. 30 at 2 p.m. Elections will take place from Monday, Dec. 14 at 9 a.m. to Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2020 at 6 p.m.
Residential Student Services held their second info session about applying to become a resident assistant for the upcoming semester on Friday, Nov. 20, from 9 to 10 p.m. via Zoom.
The time has come. The Spring 2021 Student Group Recognition is now available to fill out on Cougar Link. All of the Union, Ocean, and Skylands campuses recognized student groups, Greek Letter Organizations, governmental organizations, and student governments who wish to be recognized for Spring 2021 must complete this mandatory process by Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 2 p.m. Up until Monday, Nov. 16, only the President, Secretary, or Primary Contact of the organization can fill out the form but after that, any member can fill it out.