Registration is the process by which a student enrolls in a specific course(s) during a specific term. Registration for courses occurs after the application/admission process is complete and the student has been granted admission. Students cannot receive credit for a course for which they have not registered. Students must register for courses every term they wish to take classes.
Selection of courses is each student’s own responsibility. The student is personally responsible for being aware of prerequisite coursework and choosing program courses accordingly. To assist with your planning, program curricula is available online or in this catalog for each Kettering graduate program. Since many of our degree programs are designed for people who have full-time jobs, a normal term course load is one or two courses. Kettering University advises against heavier loads except for resident students who are not employed. The responsibility for deciding how many courses to take in a term is solely the student’s.
How to Register
Students must register online via Banner Web. Registration instructions can be found on the Office of the Registrar website.
Students who register for classes via the web will receive an email notification to their Kettering email with instructions on how to log into Banner Web to retrieve their official billing invoice/statement the week following the close of the web registration period. This billing statement will confirm enrollment and denote the required tuition. Payment may be made by check, money order, employer voucher, or through FACTS (e-Cashier), our third-party service provider.
Undergraduates Taking Graduate Courses
Only Kettering’s undergraduate students are eligible to take graduate courses at Kettering while still an undergrad. Please refer to the Undergraduate Programs catalog, in the “Registration” section for more information.
Questions: Contact the Office of the Registrar