|Students who got into KU say:|
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| | Are you currently breathing? Have you obtained (or in the process of obtaining if you’re a high school senior) a high school diploma and/or GED? Fill out an application. Wait for it. Wait for it. Eventually you will have an acceptance letter. They accept anyone and everyone. Read below about that girl with the 1.5 GPA and the other girl with the 900 SAT score (old test, but hell you could get a 900 on the NEW test and still get in). There are people who go here from my high school that I thought wouldn’t be accepted anywhere but community college and still got in. Hell, you don’t even have to write an essay. I’m pretty sure Terri Schiavo, while she was still living in her vegetative state with severe brain damage, could have gotten into Kutztown University. I’m sorry but if this school rejects you consider yourself a failure academically and find a job out there that doesn’t require a college degree.
The college of art seemed to be a bit tricky to get in, however I think that mayy be misleading. I applied with a highschool GPA of 1.5 and literally spent an hour at most on their "art tests" and was accepted. My SAT's mostlikly helped me out 1485/1600 and a 780/800 math despite only ever having taken algerbra 2, but I know people that were accepted with only a 900 SAT and GPA of 2.8. Also admission for next year is suposed to be laxed and they are expecting a freshman class roughly 1/3 larger thenn it has been in past years. Because of this they are converting about 1/4 the dorms from doubles to tripples. My advice is to apply to get into Goldenbear Apartments in a single ASAP after the acedemic year starts. They are listed as full right now but they leave a few vacant for freshman overflow not to mention the inevetable cancelations from returning students. I moved into a single thher 2 weeks after starting my freshman year in this way and it was the best choice i made all year.
| Art & Design Department|| May 09 2005 | It's fairly easy to get in here - I know people with 960 SATs and a 3.2 who got in :o)