Located on 289 acres, the campus is adjacent to the Borough of Kutztown in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Comprising four colleges – Business, Education, Liberal Arts and Sciences and Visual and Performing Arts – Kutztown University of Pennsylvania offers a wide range of outstanding academic programs to prepare individuals for successful careers. The campus is conveniently located two hours from New York City and one and a half hours from Philadelphia.
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Millersville hosts multiple short-term programs through its English Language Institute each summer. The University is located in Millersville, Pennsylvania within a few hours of major U.S. cities such as Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and New York City. The University welcomes international students to study on our campus, which is in a safe setting located in historical Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
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Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education established on July 1, 1983, comprises of 14 universities that combine to enroll the largest number of Pennsylvania residents among all four-year colleges and universities in the Commonwealth. With nearly 100,000 degree-seeking students and thousands more enrolled in certificate and other career-development programs, the State System universities offer more than 2,300 degree and certificate programs in more than 530 academic areas.
The Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania (AICUP), the only statewide organization that serves exclusively the interests of private higher education within the Commonwealth, exists to complement and support the work of campus leaders. AICUP was established in October 1995 through the affiliation of three existing educational organizations.
e. Community Colleges in Pennsylvania
Community colleges are regional, two-year public institutions that offer associate degrees in a wide variety of disciplines in the arts, humanities, sciences, and technical fields. Pennsylvania’s Community College Act of 1963 established these schools to provide local residents with affordable access to higher education. While most do not have on-campus housing, tuition and fees are lower than at four-year institutions. Moreover, credits can typically be transferred to a four-year college or university. Community colleges also tend to specialize in dual enrollment opportunities for secondary education students, remedial education, workforce development and training, and certificate programs.
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