Kutztown University of Pennsylvania is a public university established in 1866 at Kutztown, Pennsylvania. It has over 9,000 undergraduates and a lush and vibrant 289-acre campus. It has approximately 100 majors, minors and concentrations and affordable in-state tuition. The campus has its own planetarium, observatory and radio station. It has over 200 clubs and a Greek scene, allowing its students to take on more than their fair share of extra-curriculars. The university’s sports teams, the KU Golden Bears, compete in NCAA Division II athletics! The campus also has its very own rock climbing wall and recreation center. The surrounding Kutztown area has plenty of shops for students to explore. Notable alumni include director and actor Bob Cesca and former professional football player Andre Reed. Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, as a member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, is an aesthetically pleasing and affordable opportunity for higher education.