The roots of the University of Technology and Humanities Kazimierz Pulaski in Radom go back to the NOT Engineering School in Radom and the Evening Engineering School established in Radom in 1950. In 1965, the Kielce-Radom Evening School of Engineering was established on its basis, transformed in 1967 into the Kielce-Radom Higher School of Engineering and then into the Kielce University of Technology. She started her independent activity in 1978 as the Higher School of Engineering taking the name of Kazimierz Pulaski. In 1996 the name of the University was changed to "Politechnika Radomska im. Casimir Pulaski ”. For many years, successive authorities of the University strove for its continuous development and increase in importance in the world of universities in our country.
On September 11, 2012, pursuant to the Parliamentary Act of July 27, 2012, the Radom University of Technology was transformed into the University of Technology and Humanities. Casimir Pulaski in Radom.
Currently, it is the only public university in the Radom region with a very wide and rich didactic offer. It educates specialists in various scientific fields: technical, economic, pedagogical, artistic, humanities and health sciences. UTH in Radom is a stable and mature university with extensive experience, which is confirmed by many generations of well-educated and well-prepared graduates. It is also a university with academic autonomy, rich infrastructure and research and teaching potential, guaranteeing a high European level of education. It is a university that takes into account the needs of its students, their ideas and expectations, but is also open to the expectations of the region. It also develops extensive scientific and research cooperation in the development of local industry.