Admission to Kettering University is a selective process based on traditional academic criteria. Our admission process is a personal one. We are interested in learning about your interests, talents and career goals! The initial phase in the admission process is an evaluation by Kettering of the candidate's application. Primary consideration is given to the applicant's overall grade point average and overall number of credit hours taken. A typical student should be taking 14 to 16 credit hours per semester of coursework similar to what is taken by a Kettering University student. Candidates who have not pursued full-time collegiate study and/or followed a program of studies that does not include extensive study of math and science will be evaluated individually on their high school and college records as well as their test scores.
- Completed application
- Official high school transcripts
- Official college transcripts from all previously attended colleges/universities
- ACT or SAT scores (if you have completed less than 30 credit hours at another college or university)
- List of courses in progress
- Catalog(s) with course descriptions from each college attended