Kettering University cordially invites you to attend the Kettering Minority Alumni & AIM Endowment GALA at the Riverfront Banquet Center, in
Come for food, fun, and culture!
Since 1984, when Kettering University's Admissions Dept. launched the first Academically Interested Minorities (AIM)Program, more than 600 outstanding students from across the country have participated and gone on to achieve a high degree of academic and professional success in a variety of careers.
Rodney O'Neal '76 really only had one reason for filling out his college application to General Motors Institute (Kettering University) back in the 1960s - he wanted his guidance counselor to stop asking him about it.
It's tough to build on a successful program focused on the retention of minority students, especially one that leads the state in retention rates among all colleges and universities.
Students from as far away as the Bahamas are on campus to get a taste of engineering.
Kettering's pre-college program for minority students was recognized as "outstanding" by MACRAO.
A five-year block grant will help Kettering recruit and retain minority students.