Commencement is Dec. 13, 2008

Dec 1, 2008

Kettering President Stan Liberty, the University's sixth president, will offer the Commencement address when Kettering University hosts graduation ceremonies at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, in the Connie and Jim John Recreation Center.

Kettering President Stan Liberty, the University's sixth president, will offer the Commencement address when Kettering University hosts graduation ceremonies at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, in the Connie and Jim John Recreation Center.

Commencement is June 13

Jun 2, 2009

Kettering University will graduate almost 300 undergraduate and graduate students during ceremonies June 13. Former U.S. Ambassador to Sweden, Michael M. Wood, will receive an honorary degree.

Kettering University will graduate almost 300 undergraduate and graduate students during ceremonies June 13. Former U.S. Ambassador to Sweden, Michael M. Wood, will receive an honorary degree.

Commencement is Dec. 12

Nov 24, 2009

Henry Juszkiewicz '76, CEO of Gibson Guitar in Nashville, will be the Commencement speaker and Samantha Best '09 will be the student speaker when Kettering University hosts graduation ceremonies for 292 graduates.

Henry Juszkiewicz '76, CEO of Gibson Guitar in Nashville, will be the Commencement speaker and Samantha Best '09 will be the student speaker when Kettering University hosts graduation ceremonies for 292 graduates.

Commencement Photos Dec. 2009

Dec 12, 2009

The weather outside was frightful(ly cold!), but the atmosphere inside was warm and celebratory as Kettering's graduates for December 2009 received their degrees.

The weather outside was frightful(ly cold!), but the atmosphere inside was warm and celebratory as Kettering's graduates for December 2009 received their degrees.

U.S. Senator Carl Levin receives honorary degree

May 26, 2011

U.S. Senator Carl Levin to receive an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters 6-11-11

U.S. Senator Carl Levin to receive an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters 6-11-11

Fall Commencement

Allow about one and one-half hours for the ceremony. No tickets needed to attend the ceremony. Graduates indicate the number of guests on their Application to Graduate.(We ask all graduates to limit their number of guests to 8). There is no rehearsal necessary. Faculty marshals and staff volunteers will be present on commencement day to guide and lead the graduates through the assembly and ceremony.

Presiding: Kettering University President\, Robert McMahan Jr.

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