Formal agreements and Guide Sheets exist with the colleges and universities below which guarantee incoming students the transfer of listed courses into specific Kettering University programs provided transfer credit policies are met.
Applications are evaluated on a variety of items including overall grade point average, grades and number of credit hours in the math and science courses, overall number of credit hours taken, extracurricular activities, leadership skills, extraordinary circumstances, most recent coursework, and other factors. 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.
All international applicants are automatically reviewed upon admission and may be eligible for this scholarship. No separate application is necessary.
Transfer students who meet the following criteria are eligible to receive a $15,000 USD annual scholarship award:
To be considered for admission applicants should submit information that informs the admissions committee of the applicants ability to succeed academically at Kettering. Kettering University recommends a strong high school preparation that includes the following course work for freshman admission:
Tuition and fees are generally updated here late May for the upcoming school year. All tuition and fees are due the beginning of each academic term. Accounts not settled by the first day of classes are subject to a $40 late fee.
So you think you might be interested in this really cool school? Smart thinking because Kettering gets you connected to the real world, through co-op and you'll learn in amazing hands-on labs and be surrounded by other students who are really above-average (or secretively smart...a lot like you!) and are just really good kids? A school where you will develop into a true leader and change the world? Just do it, signup below: