Applying to KU
Take the first step in joining the Golden Bear community by applying to KU today!
Please visit this page for FAQs related to the impact of COVID-19 on the admissions process.
Kutztown University operates on rolling admissions. We recommend that you apply between August and December of your senior year of high school to ensure consideration before the class is full.
Fall 2020 Application (students who have graduated high school in Spring 2020)
Fall 2021 Application (students who will be graduating high school in Spring 2021)
Spring 2021 Application (students who have graduated high school prior to January 2021)
$35 application fee
Official High School Transcript
Request that your school counselor send your transcript to KU.
Arrange for official test results to be sent directly to KU.
Transfer students have attended a post-secondary institution after high school graduation/GED completion who have earned 12 or more college-level credits and wish to earn a degree at Kutztown University.
$35 application fee
Official College Transcript
Request that transcripts from all post-secondary education institutions be sent to KU's Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
International student applicants have a visa or will need a visa to study at Kutztown University. United States citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. should apply using the Freshman or Transfer links above.
We review applications on a rolling basis and you will receive a decision after your application is complete. It is best to apply early so you have plenty of time to complete the student visa process.
$35 USD Application Fee
Submit transcripts from every school, college, and/or university you attended
Arrange for test scores to be sent to KU.
Other Admissions Options
Kutztown University offers many alternative enrollment options for students who wish to continue or start their education, including re-admission, visiting students, Berks County Consortium, non-degree/non-credit, and high school concurrent enrollment.