Kittatinny students visit Kean & MSU

| 09 May 2019 | 02:51

    An Choosing the right college or university's undergraduate program requires students to research various schools. Most students will say they know the right school the moment they step foot on the campus.
    The College and Career Readiness class took tours of Montclair State University and Kean University. It gives the students a chance to see the schools for themselves and ask questions they may have about the universities.
    Montclair University student population is currently 21, 000 with 23 students per class. They offer over 300 degree programs.
    Kean University is slightly smaller with 14,226 students. Their class size is 20 students per class. 110 degree programs are offered at this school.
    The school thanks Mrs. Penkala for giving the Kittatinny students the opportunity to explore some in state educational options.