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KEAN - Undergrad Open House - Saturday, September 24, 2016

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Description: Undergrad Open House On-Line Program Booklet for 9/24/2016

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See Where A World-Class Education Takes YouSATURDAY, SEPTEMBERSee Where A 24, 2016 World-Class Education Takes You See Where A World-Class Education

President’s Message Dear Students, Parents and Friends, Welcome to Kean University! Congratulations on taking your first steps into the next phase of your academic life. We are thrilled to share Kean’s beautiful 180-acre campus and state-of-the art facilities with you. There has never been a more exciting time to be at Kean, and our goal is for you to experience that excitement firsthand. With over 50 undergraduate academic programs, Kean offers advanced courses of study designed to meet the demands of today’s competitive job market. The brand new North Avenue Academic Building, award-winning Green Lane Academic Building and the laboratories within our NJ Center for Science, Technology and Mathematics offer learning environments second to none. New dorms, the recently renovated Miron Student Center and ultramodern athletic facilities are just some of what awaits you. Kean offers unique opportunities for our students to become international citizens by studying abroad at Wenzhou-Kean in China and in more than 30 other countries. Exciting opportunities abound closer to home as well. Kean is just a short 30-minute train ride to New York City, the world’s financial and cultural epicenter. Students can also enjoy the many world-class music, dance and theatrical performances that happen right here on campus. At Kean, we recognize that serving the community is just as important as learning. The University has been named to President Obama’s Honor Roll for Community Service five consecutive times. Kean students work on environmental projects, aid the homeless and assist area food banks. Kean University is one of the most affordable comprehensive universities in the state. Kean graduates go on to become successful educators, designers, entrepreneurs, scientists and allied health professionals. We encourage you to enroll as a Kean student and join our campus community. See where a world- class education takes you. Sincerely, Dawood Farahi, Ph.D., Kean University President

Program-at-a-Glance ATTENTiON KEAN ALUMNi: Stop by our alumni table located in the Harwood Arena Atrium 9-10:30 a.m. 9-9:45 a.m. PRE-EvENT WORKSHOP Panel Discussion with Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid Kean Hall, Room 127 10-10:45 a.m. WELCOME SESSiON | HARWOOD ARENA Dr. Dawood Farahi, Kean University President PROGRAM OvERviEW Marsha McCarthy, Acting Associate vice President for Enrollment Management SUGGESTED SCHEDULES 11-11:45 a.m. 11-11:45 a.m. Please select one: • Student Life at Kean (page 8) • Meet the Colleges (page 2) • Undergraduate Admissions Presentation (page 8) Deans and Student • Financial Aid & Scholarships Leaders discuss their Presentation (page 9) academic experiences and successes. 12-12:45 p.m. 12-12:45 p.m. • Academic Presentations • Meet the Colleges (page 2) (pages 6 and 7) 1-1:45 p.m. 1-1:45 p.m. Please select one: • Academic Presentations • Student Life at Kean (page 8) (pages 6 and 7) • Undergraduate Admissions Presentation (page 8) • Special Admission Programs Presentation (page 8) • Financial Aid & Scholarships Presentation (page 9)Early Arrival Tours 2-3 p.m.Campus and Residence Hall Tours begin at 8:30 a.m. POST-OPEN HOUSE SESSiONSTours depart from the Open House Welcome TentArea at Harwood Arena. After the Welcome Session, • Undergraduate and Special Admissions Presentation (page 8)tours resume at the Miron Student Center Plaza (MainCampus) and will run continuously throughout the • Financial Aid & Scholarships Presentation (page 9)day. See page 11 for University Tour descriptions andmeeting locations. • Student Services Expo (page 10) TRANSFER STUDENTS 8:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. Transfer, Readmit and Second Degree students only Maxine and Jack Lane Center for Academic Success (CAS), Room 106 1

Kean Trolley TROLLEY STOPS: Hennings Hall; Wilkins Theatre; STEM Building; Liberty Hall; Green Lane Academic Building andCatch the trolley at Hennings Hall or Wilkins Theatre. East Campus.The Kean trolley runs continuously, beginning at 11 a.m., from the Main Campus to NOTE: The last trolleys to the Main Campus will depart atthe East Campus. During your trolley transport to Open House activities, enjoy scenic 3 p.m. from the STEM Building, East Campus and Greenhighlights of historic Kean Hall, Green Lane Academic Building (GLAB), Estabrook Lane Academic Building.Gardens, STEM Building, Liberty Hall Museum and the East Campus, home of theNathan Weiss Graduate College and Alumni House.Dining at Kean STEM Bring this program to any of • refreshment kiosk 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m. our dining facilities to receiveMiRON STUDENT CENTER (MSC) GREEN LANE ACADEMiC BUiLDiNG (GLAB)• Cougar’s Den 11 a.m.-3 p.m. (prix-fixe menu) • Barnes & noble Café 1st floor 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 20% off your purchase on• MSC Marketplace 1- 6 p.m. EAST CAMPUS• MSC Cafeteria 8 a.m.-3 p.m. • Café yumba 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, September 24, 2016.• Auntie Anne’s Pretzels 11 a.m.-10 p.m. NEW FRESHMAN RESiDENCE HALLS• Jersey Mike’s 11 a.m.-5 p.m. • residence Dining Hall 10 a.m. -10 p.m.• Smashburger 11 a.m.-7 p.m.NANCY THOMPSON LiBRARY Complimentary student lunch voucher available for use from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.• Starbucks 8 a.m.-4 p.m.CENTER FOR ACADEMiC SUCCESS• Starbucks kiosk 10 a.m.-3 p.m.Campus Bookstore Emergency AssistanceBArnES & noBLE At KEAn UnivErSity BooKStorE Contact Kean University Police at 908-737-4800 or dial• Green Lane Academic Building, 1st floor 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 74800 from any University telephone or Blue Emergency Phone located throughout campus. Meet the Colleges 11-11:45 a.m. and 12-12:45 p.m.CoLLEGE oF BUSinESS & PUBLiC MAnAGEMEnt CoLLEGE oF nAtUrAL, APPLiED &Dr. Michael [email protected] HEALTH SCiENCESGreen Lane Academic Building, Room 617 Dr. George Chang [email protected] STEM, Auditorium 2nd floor COLLEGE OF EDUCATiON NEW JERSEY CENTER FOR SCiENCE, Dr. Anthony Pittman tECHnoLoGy & MAtHEMAtiCS (NJCSTM) [email protected] Dr. Keith Bostian Hutchinson Hall, Room J100 [email protected] STEM, 6th floor, Donald Conklin Conference Center CoLLEGE oF HUMAnitiES & SoCiAL SCiEnCES CoLLEGE oF viSUAL & PErForMinG ArtS MiCHAEL GRAvES COLLEGE: Dr. Suzanne Bousquet SCHooL oF PUBLiC ArCHitECtUrE & [email protected] ROBERT BUSCH SCHOOL OF DESiGN Wilkins Theatre David Mohney, FAiA [email protected] Green Lane Academic Building, 5th floor Lounge Area

Colleges and Majors New Jersey Center for Science, Technology & Mathematics (NJCSTM) Five-year Bachelor of Science/Master’s Programs: Teacher Track: Chemistry; Biology; Mathematics Research Track: Computational Science and Engineering Four-year B.S. Science & technology Programs: Engineering Science Program with New Jersey institute of Technology Biomedicine NJCSTM / COLLEGE OF EDUCATiON ACCREDiTATiONS: National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) College of Education B.S. Athletic Training B.A. Early Childhood Education B.A. Elementary Education: Middle and Secondary B.A. Elementary Education/Bilingual B.S. Physical Education: Global Fitness and Wellness B.S. Physical Education: Physical Education and Health Teacher Certification B.A. Recreation Administration B.A. Spanish (and Teacher Certification) B.A. Teacher of Students with Disabilities Minors: American Sign Language, Chinese Studies, French, Health Education, Recreation and Spanish Collaterals: Family Studies, Gerontology, and Training and Development COLLEGE OF EDUCATiON ACCREDiTATiONS: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI) Commission on Accreditation for Athletic Training Education (CAATE) Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) The Educational Leadership Constituent Council (ELCC) International Reading Association (IRA) National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) 3

College of Business & Public Management B.S. Accounting B.A. Criminal Justice B.S. Finance B.S. Global Business B.S. Management B.S. Marketing B.A. Public Administration B.A./M.P.A. dual program Minors: Accounting, Criminal Justice, Finance, Management, Marketing and Public Administration COLLEGE OF BUSiNESS AND PUBLiC MANAGEMENT ACCREDiTATiONS: Asian Association of Schools of Business International (AASBI) National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration (NASPAA) College of Visual & Performing Arts B.A. Art History B.A. Fine Art Education with Teacher Certification B.A. Fine Arts B.A. Music B.A. Music Education B.M. Music Performance with an Emphasis in Pedagogy B.F.A. Studio Art: General and Photography Option B.F.A. Theatre Performance B.A. Theatre and Theatre Education B.F.A Theatre Design Technology Minors: Art History, Dance, Fine Arts, Music and Theatre COLLEGE OF viSUAL AND PERFORMiNG ARTS ACCREDiTATiONS: National Association of Schools of Art & Design (NASAD) National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) National Association of Schools of Theatre (NAST) Michael Graves College School of Public Architecture and Robert Busch School of Design B.A. Architectural Studies B.i.D. industrial Design B.F.A. interior Design B.F.A. Graphic Design Options • interactive, Print, Screen • interactive Advertising ROBERT BUSCH SCHOOL OF DESiGN ACCREDiTATiONS: Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) National Association of Schools of Art & Design (NASAD)4

College of Humanities & Social SciencesB.A. Asian StudiesB.A. CommunicationB.A. EconomicsB.A. EnglishB.A. HistoryB.A. Political ScienceB.A. PsychologyB.S. Psychology/Psychiatric Rehabilitation (with Rutgers)B.A. SociologyGeneral Studies/UndecidedMinors: Africana Studies, Asian Studies, Communication, Economics,English, History, Jewish Studies and World Affairs, Latin American Studies,Philosophy & Religion, Political Science, Psychology, Social Media, Sociologyand Women’s StudiesCOLLEGE OF HUMANiTiES AND SOCiAL SCiENCES ACCREDiTATiON:National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)SCHOOL OF COMMUNiCATiON DiSORDERS AND DEAFNESSB.A. Speech-Language-Hearing SciencesMinor: American Sign LanguageCollege of Natural, Applied & Health SciencesB.A. and B.S. Biological Sciences (including Pre-Health Professions option)B.A. and B.S. ChemistryB.S. Clinical Lab Science (with Rutgers)B.S. Computer Science (also 5-year B.S./M.S. program)B.A. and B.S. Earth ScienceB.S. Health information Management (with Rutgers)B.S. information TechnologyB.A. Mathematical SciencesB.S. Medical TechnologyB.S.N. Nursing (for Registered Nurses who currently hold a nursing license)B.A./M.S. Physician Assistant (with Rutgers)B.S. Sustainability ScienceMinors: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Information Technology,Mathematical Science, Physics, StatisticsCoLLEGE oF nAtUrAL, APPLiED & HEALtH SCiEnCES ACCrEDitAtionS:Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc. (ABET)American Chemical Society (ACS)National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC)National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)New Jersey State Board of Nursing (NJSBN) 5

Academic Presentations by Buildings 12-12:45 p.m. and 1-1:45 p.m. D’ANGolA GyM (D) Athletic Training, Room 170 (This presentation will be offered once from 11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. with a facility tour included.) Physical Education: Global Fitness and Wellness, Room 172 Physical Education, Recreation and Health Teacher Certification, Room 172 EAST CAMPuS (EC) Psychology, Room 203 Psychology/Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Room 203 Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences, Room 148 GREEN lANE ACADEMiC BuilDiNG (GlAB) Accounting, Room 206 Architectural Studies, Room 305 Criminal Justice, Room 406 Finance, Room 208 Global Business, Room 617 Graphic Design/Advertising Design, Room 524 industrial Design, Room 524 interior Design, Room 524 Management, Room 617 Marketing, Room 617 Public Administration, Room 406 HENNiNGS HAll (HH) Early Childhood Education/Family Studies, Room 430 Elementary Education, Room 113 Elementary Education/Bilingual, Room 113 Global Education: World Languages, Room 109 Middle School Education, Room 106 Recreation Administration, Room 117 Secondary Education, Room 107 Spanish, Room 109 Teacher of Students with Disabilities, Room 3226

MAxiNE AND JACk lANE CENTER foRACADEMiC SuCCESS (CAS)Asian Studies, Room 248Communication, Media and Journalism, Room 454Economics, Room 453English, Room 451History, Room 251Political Science, Room 238Sociology/Anthropology, Room 252Undecided/General Studies, Room 237STEM BuilDiNG (liBERTy HAll CAMPuS)Biology B.A. General Option, AuditoriumBiology B.S. Cell and Molecular, AuditoriumBiology B.S. Health Professions Option (including Pre-Med/Dental/OT/PA/PT), AuditoriumBiology - Pre Physician Assistant option with Rutgers, AuditoriumBiomedicine: Pre-Med/Pre-PT 4-year option, Room 5-01Biotechnology/Molecular, Room 5-01Chemistry/Physics, Room 3-17Clinical Lab Science/Medical Technology, AuditoriumComputational Applied Mathematics, Room, 5-01Computer Science: 5-year B.S./M.S. program, Room 3-08Earth Science, Room 4-01Education: Biology, Chemistry & Mathematics, Room 5-01Engineering Science program with NJiT, Room 5-01Environmental Biology, Room 4-01Health information Management, Auditoriuminformation Technology, Room 3-08Mathematical Sciences, Room 4-15Nursing (for registered nurses who currently hold a nursing license), Room 3-24STEM: New Jersey Center for Science, Technology and Mathematics, Room 5-01• 5- year Bachelor/Master programs: teacher & research tracks, Biomedicine(Pre-Med/Pre-PT 4-year option), Engineering Science program with NJiTSustainability Science, Room 4-01VAuGHN EAMES (VE)Art Education, Room 310Art History, Room 310Fine Arts, Room 310Studio Art, Room 310Theatre and Theatre Education, Room 112WilkiNS THEATRE (PA)Music & Music Education, Room 143 7

Student Services Information Sessions Admissions Undergraduate Admissions What you need to know! Freshman Admissions information Session 11-11:45 a.m. 1-1:45 p.m. 2-3 p.m. Kean Hall, Room 127 Department Contact: Jennifer Kanellis, Director of Admissions 908-737-7100 Transfer Admissions information Session 30-minute sessions: 8:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m.,12 p.m. and 1 p.m. Maxine and Jack Lane Center for Academic Success (CAS), Room 106 Department Contact: Ty Gaines, Managing Assistant Director 908-737-7100 Special Admission Programs What you need to know about Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF), Program for Academic Support Services Providing Opportunities to remarkable & talented Students (PASSPORT), and Spanish Speaking Program (SSP) 1-1:45 p.m. Maxine and Jack Lane Center for Academic Success (CAS), Room 454 Department Contact: Kirsten Sneeringer, Managing Assistant Director 908-737-7100 Linda Bradbury, EOF Recruitment/Admissions Specialist 908-737-5376 Student Life at Kean 11-11:45 a.m. 1-1:45 p.m. Miron Student Center (MSC), Room 228 Learn ways to get involved at Kean within our Student Life and Leadership program, which is committed to providing opportunities for leadership development training and community service involvement as we prepare students to be involved as positive examples of leadership excellence and social consciousness in a complex global community. Department Contact: Scott Snowden ’07 ’08 MPA, Director of Center for Leadership and Service 908-737-51808

Financial Aid and ScholarshipsFinancial Aid Presentation11-11:45 a.m. / 1-1:45 p.m. / 2-2:45 p.mMiron Student Center (MSC), Little TheatreDepartment Contact:Sherrell Watson-Hall ’06 MA, Director908-737-3190Scholarship Services11-11:45 a.m. / 1-1:45 p.m. / 2-2:45 p.mMiron Student Center (MSC), Room 226Department Contact:Brian Treanor ’97 MPA, Director908-737-3480Explore on Your OwnCollege of Education, Educators’ ExhibitTake a look at Kean’s academic programs in education, professional development schoolofferings, Childcare and Development Center, and Teacher Work Sample program.Hennings Hall (HH), LobbyFine ArtsEnjoy world-class fine arts by visiting the Karl and Helen Burger Gallery.Maxine and Jack Lane Center for Academic Success (CAS), 1st floorHarwood ArenaExplore the home court of the basketball and volleyball programs. It features anelevated 1/8 of a mile jogging track and houses the D’Angola Gymnasium as well asthe Athletics department office.Harwood Arena (HW)Office of Residential Student Services ExpoMaxine and Jack Lane Center for Academic Success (CAS)Premiere StagesLearn more about the professional Equity theatre in residence at Kean, offeringdiscounted tickets, master classes, internships and professional credits toUniversity students.vaughn Eames (vE), LobbyWKNJ 90.3 Radio StationVisit Kean’s on-campus radio station, WKNJ 90.3. Tour the station and meet ourstudent radio personalities.Maxine and Jack Lane Center for Academic Success (CAS), Room 401 9

Student Services Expo 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Meet our students, counselors and support services personnel. The Center for Academic Success (CAS) integrates all advisement, learning support and career counseling on campus. Miron Student Center (MSC) is the focal point of campus organizations and activities with a game room, food court, theatre and office space. Maxine and Jack Lane Center for Academic Success (CAS) • Africana Studies • Career Services • Chinese Studies • English as a Second Language • EoC-Educational opportunity Fund (EOF) Program • EoC-Spanish Speaking Program/Programa Hispano • Jewish Studies and World Affairs • Kean online • Latin American Studies • residential Student Services • transfer Admissions • tutoring and Learning Support Services • veterans Affairs • Women’s Studies • the Writing Center Kean Hall (K) • Admissions, Undergraduate* Harwood Arena (HW) • Athletics and recreation vaughn Eames (VE) • Premiere Stages Miron Student Center (MSC) • Campus Ministry • Center for Leadership and Service • Counseling and Disability Services • Financial Aid • Health Services • Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA) • Kean University Campus Police • Miron Center operations and Event Management • residential Student Services • rotC/Air Force • Student Accounting office • Student Government of Kean University * Fill out your 2017 Undergraduate Application. Freshmen: Kean Hall Room 127 and Transfer: CAS 118-120. (Promo code OHSEP16 can only be used on the Kean University online application and is not valid on the Common Application. Promo code expires on October 14, 2016.)10

University Tours Cougar Walking Tour Join an Admissions Ambassador for a guided walking tour of our main campus. Visit the academic buildings, dining facilities, computer labs, classrooms and more. Athletic Tour component offered upon request. Tours depart from Miron Student Center (MSC) Plaza (Main Campus). kean Trolley Tour Catch the trolley at Hennings Hall or Wilkins Theatre. The Kean trolley runs continuously, beginning at 11 a.m., from the Main Campus to the East Campus. During your trolley transport to Open House activities, enjoy scenic highlights of historic Kean Hall, Green Lane Academic Building, Estabrook Gardens, STEM Building, Liberty Hall Museum and the East Campus, home of the Nathan Weiss Graduate College and Alumni House. Trolley stops: Hennings Hall, Wilkins Theatre, STEM Building, Liberty Hall, Green Lane Academic Building and East Campus. liberty Hall Museum Tour Engage in a moment when history comes to life. Take advantage of this exclusive one-day-only complimentary access to Liberty Hall Museum during today’s Open House. Tours depart from Liberty Hall Campus (near Wagon Shed) at 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. Please take the Kean trolley to Liberty Hall Campus. Residence Hall Tour Residential Student Services will be providing two different tour experiences: • A Freshman Residence Hall Tour that will showcase the two different styles of housing we have to offer first-year students. • An Upperclassman Residence Hall Tour that will showcase the two different apartment-style buildings in which Transfer and Returning students are housed. Tours will depart from the Clock Tower at the Miron Student Center (MSC) Plaza (Main Campus). 11

Tuition at New Jersey Colleges The figures below include annual tuition and mandatory student fees for new full-time, in-state undergraduates. Room, board and books are not included. (The survey did not include Thomas Edison State College or other schools with non-traditional tuition structures or multiple rates for various programs.) 2016-2017 New Jersey Public Colleges/Universities College/University Annual in-state tuition & Fees Kean University $11,909.50 New Jersey City University $11,430.10 Montclair State University $12,115.00 William Paterson University $12,574.00 Rowan University $12,864.00 Stockton University $13,076.28 Rutgers University Newark $13,829.00 Ramapo College $13,870.00 Rutgers University New Brunswick $14,372.00 The College of New Jersey $15,793.00 (Attributed to New Jersey Association of State Colleges and Universities, September 1, 2016.) 2016-2017 New Jersey Private Colleges/Universities College/University Annual in-state tuition & Fees Bloomfield College $28,600 Georgian Court University $31,645 College of Saint Elizabeth $32,036 Centenary College $32,098 Caldwell College $32,800 Saint Peter’s University $34,130 Felician College $34,590 Monmouth University $35,363 Fairleigh Dickinson University-Metropolitan Campus $36,976 Seton Hall University $38,258 Rider University $39,080 Fairleigh Dickinson University-College at Florham $39,222 Princeton University $46,347 Drew University $47,411 Stevens Institute of Technology $49,016 www.collegetuitioncompare.com12

A Global Education Wenzhou-Kean University A global education is important to our region’s multinational corporations, and Kean University understands that. Kean is one of only three U.S. universities to operate a full-scale campus in China. Located in Wenzhou – one of the fastest-growing economic regions in China – the campus is just a short flight from Shanghai. Currently, more than 1,500 undergraduate students attend Wenzhou-Kean University. Enrollment is projected to be 3,500 by 2020. Wenzhou-Kean University held its inaugural graduation in 2016, conferring Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees upon 186 Chinese students and one American student, Newark resident Akeem Miller, at the Wenzhou Grand Theater. 70 percent of Wenzhou-Kean’s graduating class will pursue graduate studies this fall. China is one of the world’s ancient civilizations, and the Wenzhou-Kean student experience includes activities that explore China’s vibrant culture and visits to significant cultural sites. Kean students can use their financial aid to complete course work in China. instruction is in English, provided by Kean faculty, and follows the Kean curriculum. in Fall 2016 more than 45 international students from 22 different countries and more than 58 Chinese students from the Wenzhou-Kean campus arrived at Kean’s Union campus. Their presence here adds a multicultural dimension to the campus, which continues to be one of the top five most diverse in the country. Study Abroad and TraveLearn Kean University strives to make learning relevant in every marketplace and prepares students to be successful global citizens. Students within the Michael Graves College study architecture that emphasizes the public good in the U.S., Europe and Asia. The Global Business School engages students with real-world problems at internships with multinational corporations throughout the globe, and Kean’s TraveLearn program teaches in more than 30 countries. Because the New Jersey campus is located just 15 miles from NYC, the cultural capital of the world, Kean students can take advantage of existing opportunities for artists, finance majors, researchers and anyone else with a passion to learn. Just two train stops from Union Station or one train stop from Elizabeth, Manhattan and all it has to offer awaits students and faculty alike. There are so many unique opportunities to explore the world at Kean, both here and abroad. The only question is: where will a world-class education take you? 13

Student and Alumni SuccessFrom the classroom to serving the community, from playing fields to the laboratory, Kean University continues to develop leaders andachievers in a wide variety of fields. See where a world-class education has taken some of our students and alumni. Culture of Caring Jezzamine Wolk ’16Kean students embrace civic engagement and perform over (photo taken during internship)40,000 hours of community service annually in neighboring Graphics Producer at MSNBCcommunities. As a result, Kean has earned a spot on PresidentObama’s Community Service Honor Roll five consecutive times. Max Friedman ’15 Mark Mautone ’02 Art Director at Droga5, a New York City-based NJ State Teacher of the Year 2014-2015 (left) global advertising agency Kathleen Assini ’0114 NJ State Teacher of the Year 2013-2014 (middle) Lauren Marrocco ’03 NJ State Teacher of the Year 2012-2013 (right)

Admissions Management StaffA Special Message from Admissions Jennifer Kanellis Director of AdmissionsDear visiting Students and Family Members, [email protected] to Kean University. Today, we invite you to explore our 908-737-7121campus and learn about world-class academic programs, state-of-the-art facilities and the range of resources available to our Helena Ross ’09, ’10 MAstudents. Kean offers quality academic programs and the most Managing Assistant Directoraffordable tuition in the State of New Jersey. Experience for yourself [email protected] a world-class education takes you. if you have any additional 908-737-7106questions after your visit, please feel free to contact Kean’sadmissions team directly. We hope you enjoy the time you spend Ty Gaineson campus today, and we look forward to seeing you again soon. Managing Assistant Director [email protected] Sincerely, 908-737-7100 Marsha McCarthy Acting Associate vice President for Enrollment Management [email protected] 908-737-7109Admissions TeamGregory Benedict ’14, ’16 MA Ashley Boseman ’16 Nigel Donald ’16 Kirsten Sneeringer Christina vazquez ’03 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] 908-737-7110 908-737-7177 908-737-7111 908-737-7113908-737-7104 15

Transfer Evaluation SpecialistsAnisah Abdul-Baasit ’08 Emiley Candido ’10 Magalie Remy Andrea Rosa ’03 ’06 MPA [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] 908-737-7173 908-737-7174 908-737-7176 908-737-7177Lead Student AmbassadorsKevin Castaneda Steven Collins Emily Cubilete Joel Fernandes Kevin Noriega Kyle Powell Jamal St. GermainStudent Ambassadors/Tour GuidesAndrea Aroizu Oreolowa Awoleye Thomas Benedict Alyssa Carbone Megane Clerge Asa DuggerNicole Duncan Xavier Durham Stephon Fields Angelica Glispie Kyle Green Diana HabibQianah Heavens Naylah Hinton Alexandria Lopez Lawrence Luc Michelle Martinez Dalya Matari Saray Orozco Scott Price Titilola Price Rameez Rathore Robert Riccio Michael Silvera Eder Solano Mikal Trice Student Ambassadors not pictured: Taniyah Carter, Nicholas Chibookian,16 Masiel Pichardo, Jean-Phillip Rodriquez, Kazari Trought FangQin Zhu

Visit Us AgainWe invite you and your family to visit Kean again.STUDENT FOR A DAYAn exciting opportunity for high school juniors and seniors as well as transfer students to explore Kean, participate in classesand meet world-class faculty and students.TRANSFER TUESDAYS / FRESHMAN FRiDAYS: iNSTANT DECiSiON DAYS AT KEANTransfer: A fast-track admission opportunity for qualified transfer, readmit and second degree applicants to complete theadmissions process, in person, in just one visit. Sealed official transcript(s) for all institutions attended is required.Freshman: A fast-track admission opportunity for qualified freshman applicants to complete the admissions process, inperson, in just one visit. Check website for upcoming dates.KEAN iNFORMATiON SESSiON AND TOURStudents engage in comprehensive exploration of Kean through information sessions, campus and resident tours, andopportunities to meet members of the University community. Check website for upcoming dates.FiNANCiNG YOUR KEAN DEGREEStudents engage with a panel of experts from admissions, financial aid, scholarship services and student accounting to hearabout their financial options at Kean. One Wednesday evening per month at 6 p.m.STEM iNFORMATiON DAYStudents and families explore the world-class education, labs and opportunities available within the STEM program offered atKean. Saturday, October 8, 2016ALLiED HEALTH AND SCiENCE PROFESSiONS OPEN HOUSELearn about professions in Allied and Behavioral Health across Kean’s undergraduate, transfer and graduate degree programs.Thursday, October 13, 2016MiCHAEL GRAvES COLLEGE: ARCHiTECTURE+DESiGN OPEN HOUSEStudents and families explore the world-class education, facilities and opportunities available within the studies ofArchitecture+Design offered at Kean. Saturday, October 22, 2016GRADUATE OPEN HOUSEJoin us on Kean University’s East Campus to learn about the 80+ options for a world-class graduate education. Meet with ourdistinguished faculty, admissions professionals, and financial aid and scholarship advisors to learn how Kean and the NathanWeiss Graduate College can prepare you for the next step in your education and career. For more information and to learnabout all other graduate events, please visit a complete listing of dates, visit our events page 17

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