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Home to 14 sororities, 15 fraternities and one co-educational congregation, Kean provides a diverse lineup of Greek organizations to satisfy the personal identities and interests of anyone looking to immerse themselves in the pursuits of brotherhood or sisterhood, leadership, scholarship and service. In order to allow all interested students to familiarize themselves with the members and missions of each individual organization, the Center for Leadership and Service hosted its Meet the Greeks event Jan. 31 in Harwood Arena.
For more information on events during Involvement Week, head to Cougar Link and check them out!
Kean University's Student Health Services works to make sure students are living healthy life styles and making smart choices when it comes to their sexual health. A new initiative Kean is putting into action is the offering of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). Through a collaboration with the New Jersey Department of Health PrEP counselor program and Trinitas Early Intervention Program, Kean is looking to offer ways for students to start the process of obtaining this medication.
Kean University is an institution that aims to bring awareness to issues and topics that are necessary for the benefit of others. On Friday, Feb. 1 from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., the Center for Leadership and Service (CLS) partnered with the American Heart Association to fight against heart disease by participating in National Wear Red Day.
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.
Every year the Center for Leadership and Service encourages students to get involved with volunteer opportunities. An exciting volunteer project hosted each spring semester is Alternative Spring Break. This is a four day overnight community service project trip that gives students the opportunity to do more than relax over their spring break, but give back to the community and to those who are in need. It is also a time for students to bond and forge new relationships with others who share a passion for volunteerism.
It's about that time Kean Cougars, welcome back! In order to ensure that students feel welcome, the Greek Senate aims to create events to involve the Kean community. On Thursday, Feb. 7 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., the Greek Senate will be hosting its seventh Welcome Back Party in Downs Hall.
On Feb. 4, 2004 the very first issue of The Cougar's Byte was released. Initially titled, "Kean Students Online," the newsletter was created with a vision to connect students with upcoming events and opportunities around campus and has continued to expand its mission ever since. This year, Monday, Feb. 4, 2019, The Cougar's Byte celebrates its 15 year anniversary of bringing Kean news to the Kean community.
Ever wonder what Kean looks like after hours? Now you have your opportunity as Student Organization of Kean University is hosting Kean After Dark, an event to get students socializing while having a fun time on campus.
The Kean Ocean campus first opened in 2006, making history for Kean University and Ocean County College. The partnership is a joint effort on the behalf of Kean University and Ocean County College to help students from both north and south New Jersey achieve a higher education at a more manageable cost.
Every semester, the Greeks of Kean University all come together in Harwood Arena for Meet The Greeks, one of the most popular events that is held on campus. This semester, it will take place Jan. 31 from 5 to 10 p.m. Whether one is interested in joining Greek life or not, this is always sure to be a fun event for students, alumni and faculty alike as the Greek Senate work extremely hard throughout the year to plan this event for everyone to enjoy.
The Center for Leadership and Service (CLS) will be hosting various events to appreciate and honor the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during Black History Month. Additionally, the Kean community will have the opportunity to be involved in various service projects and activities, within CLS's MLK Week of Service events. The MLK Week of Service will take place from Tuesday, Feb. 19 to Sunday, Feb. 24 to spread Dr. King's message of peace.
On Friday, Feb. 1 Kean University will be honoring the American Heart Association and its cause for heart disease awareness with Go Red for Women: Wear Red Day. This day will help to raise funds and awareness of heart disease and overall cardiovascular health, specifically in women.
Gear up for a week packed with fun-filled games and activities! Involvement Week for this spring semester runs from Tuesday, Feb. 4 to Tuesday, Feb. 10 and is designed to encourage students to get involved on campus.
While Kean first and foremost provides students with the opportunity to earn a comprehensive and affordable education, students also have the ability to supplement their student experience by working on campus. This university is home to a diverse selection of student employment availabilities for a variety of interest areas.
Kean University students and faculty were ready to start the 2019 academic year on the right foot, as various activities took place on campus.
The Center of Leadership and Service's (CLS) Involvement Center, located in the Miron Student Center (MSC), Room 303, will be hosting Eat N' Play: Black History Trivia event Tuesday, Feb. 5 from noon to 2 p.m. in the Cougar's Den.
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.