The Kutztown Technology Association (KTA) is a student chapter of the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP).
Being a member of the KTA has many benefits. The KTA brings working professionals to campus to talk about their areas of expertise. Not only will you get to learn from a seasoned professional, but you'll have opportunities to engage in networking activities and gain strong connections.
We hold workshops to train and to share hands-on experience in certain subjects. We are known for our patch cable-making workshops, our Build a Computer workshops, and more.
When we're not hosting events like these, we hold a weekly meeting in RL18. During these meetings we give presentations on current topics important to the technological fields, hold discussions, and engage in friendly debates.
Becoming a KTA member is as simple as being an active attendant at our weekly meetings. Student membership in AITP entails payment of an annual fee at a greatly reduced rate. You can learn more about becoming an AITP student member at any of our meetings.
With some 70 years of history serving undergrads from coast to coast, the Alpha Beta Alpha library science fraternity now has its sole chapter at Kutztown University.
ABA supports KU's Department of Library & Learning Technologies ("library science") and helps our wider library community.
Our mission, as Library Science students, is to acquaint the world with our love of books. As the last active chapter of ABA, we hope to keep our academic fraternity alive for many years to come.
Membership in this registered KU student organization is open to undergraduates in the Library & Learning Technologies program.