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At the beginning of every fall semester, Kean University holds a day where new and returning students can learn more about the clubs and organizations offered on campus. Thus students can look forward to Kean Day, which will take place on Friday, Sept. 14 from 1 to 4 p.m.
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.
Entering the college scene can seem intimidating with all of the options that are offered, but don't fret. Here is a quick overview of the clubs and organizations offered at Kean University.
Ever considered joining Greek life, but have no clue where to start? Begin the fall semester with an interesting event like Meet the Greeks.
Ever thought of getting involved in college? Transitioning from high school where clubs and organizations are easily accessible may deter a student from wanting to join college clubs.
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.
The ultimate goal in attending a university is to attain the skills and certification in a specific field to be used in a full time career. After graduation or during attendance, students want to reach these jobs they have trained for. Career Services provides information on jobs and careers for students and alumni. Their services are offered past graduation as they offer connections to employers directly through Kean University.
Starting a new chapter can be a terrifying yet rewarding experience. It is terrifying because one has to leave behind the habits and knowledge of high school and apply it to college. Transitioning to a college setting can be rewarding because it allows the individual the opportunity to explore new horizons.
Tracking all of your involvement and service hours is key in applying for positions both on and off campus. The Co-Curricular Transcript (CCT) is vital in keeping all of your projects and involvement documented. A student's CCT can be used when applying for scholarships, internships, employment or anytime they would want to compliment their resume or academic transcript.
Imagine graduating from high school, a place where everyone knows each other and where it is easy to be involved. Then imagine stepping onto a campus like Kean University as a commuter where it is easier to simply attend class and go home. Kean University is an institution that prides itself in its capability to help commuters feel welcome and involved.
Housed in the Nancy Thompson Library, the Kean University Human Rights Institute is dedicated to supporting and promoting equal rights and anti-discrimination throughout not only Kean University but extends to the world. The institute designs ways to combat human rights atrocities and their causes. It is passionate about the importance of awareness and education for human rights that are being violated all over the world.
Kean University is dedicated to the safety of all students, staff and faculty. On campus there is a fully functioning police department with law enforcement and security services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Located in Downs Hall, the police department maintains a K-9 unit and protects and serves the Kean community following the three values "Integrity. Courage. Respect".
The Office of Student Government is an essential part of Kean University. As an office that seeks to provide quality service and growth within its students, Student government can build opportunities for the Kean community. Their vision is to impart and expand their service by incorporating leadership opportunities, professional and personal development and a diverse system.
In need of a place to study, a place to relax or food to eat? The Miron Student Center (MSC) is a building that provides all of these necessities for its students, faculty and guests.
Kean University has established itself as a hub for education and continuous learning. This extends to young children through the Jumpstart program.
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.
Transitioning from high school to college can seem different and challenging, but at Kean University students can expect to be pleasantly immersed into the college lifestyle.
It is important that every Kean University student is safe. The university takes measures to ensure the safety of all students, staff and faculty, one of these measures being the campus safety checklist. The checklist consists of obtaining a student ID card, obtaining or opting out of a parking decal for vehicles and registering for campus alert notifications. These steps each help to add to the individual and group safety of Kean University.
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