Kutztown University features numerous specialized facilities - places to learn job-ready skills and bring ideas to life.
The Agency is a two-semester capstone course, taught in a state-of-the art interactive classroom, designed to provide real-life experience for undergraduate public relations majors.
The Fred and Martha Hafer Scanning Electron Microscope Lab at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania is a place where college students perform cutting-edge scientific research and explore nature on a microscopic and nanoscopic scale.
An array of useful resources are available to you in Kutztown University's Rohrbach Library. Throughout the building are computers to access internal and external resources. There are photocopiers, study rooms, study carrels, and ample seating areas.
The planetarium is used for introductory astronomy laboratory exercises and for the university's Astronomy Outreach Program, it features a full-dome digital projection system and surround sound.
The PA German Cultural Heritage Center represents the commitment of KU to the preservation of Pennsylvania German/Dutch history, folklore and traditions.
Located northwest of campus off of Sharadin Road, the 40-acre Ecoplot has served the university as a living laboratory, a landscape that functions as an outdoor scientific study hall, a biological system to bring the classroom to this natural environment.
Rare, one-of-a-kind mallet percussion instruments, music, recordings, films and more can be found in the Wells-Rapp Center for Mallet Percussion Research.