ALERT : Happy Thanksgiving! Kettering University will be closed on Thursday, November 26 and Friday November 27 for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Current Students

"The Power of Your vote" by Tina Barton - Presented by Delta Tau Delta

Guest speaker Tina Barton will touch on some of her experience in local politics, as well as how large of a role the voter plays in our elections. Come join us in room 2-225 AB, during lunch hour. Food will be provided.

Tina Barton is currently running for Oakland County Clerk and is looking forward to speaking to Kettering students. All available students are encouraged to come check out this free presentation, get some food, and learn about the power of your vote.

What’s Consensual?

Consent can be tricky—often, situations don’t have right or wrong answers or cut and dry solutions—and talking about consent can be even trickier. In this workshop, we’ll open up some of those discussions about tricky situations and get discussion flowing on topics that are often left in the dark; and hopefully, we’ll have some fun while we’re at it!

Dinner will be catered!

Consent 101

What is sexual consent? Why do we need it? How do we get it? In this talk, Molly Barnard, Program Manager & Sexual Assault Advocate at UM – Flint, will answer these questions and lots more, demystifying consent for those who are unfamiliar with it and providing the ground-level knowledge needed to survive university life.

Lunch will be provided!

(Note: AB 1-817 is in the westernmost corner of the basement of the
Academic Building.)

ME Soph/Jr Academic Info. Session

The purpose of this session is to familiarize all ME Sophomore and Junior students with the many different specialties and minors available in the ME Department and Kettering University. In addition, academic advisement and final term registration information will be presented.

Please plan to attend. Lunch will be provided -- first come, first served.

Note: This invitation is for ME Sophomore and Junior students only.