Student Organizations

  • Aerospace Club - The club provides a place for people to discuss and participate in activities involving all forms of aircraft and rocketry.
  • ALLIES- A support group for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and questioning students and their friends. GLBT staff and others on campus are always invited to attend events and meetings. ALLIES is about support, help, friendship, caring and most valuably knowing someone to turn to. ALLIES meets every Friday night at 7:00 p.m. at the Good Beans Coffee house in Flint.
  • Airsoft Club- Compete against other teams using airsoft firearms in a safe environment..
  • Anime Club- Join your fellow students as they watch Japanese animation.
  • Aquaneers- Aquaneers is the scuba diving club. They have meetings throughout the term to discuss upcoming events such as their spring dive charter. The club also has pool time in the Recreation Center where participants brush up on their scuba skills when it's too cold outside.
  • Asian American Association- The club promotes an awareness and appreciation of the Asian American experience.
  • Black Unity Congress (BUC)- BUC organizes activities to unify, stimulate, and educate students about African-American awareness and other events.
  • Chemistry Club- Organization dedicated to advancing the knowledge of Chemistry at Kettering University.
  • Chess Club- Have fun learning and competing playing Chess.
  • CHME Club- focusing on the attributes of Chemical Engineering
  • Cliffhangers/Rock Climbing- The objective of this club is to provide students an opportunity to rock climb at an off-campus facility.
  • Roadrunners- The club runs informally at Kettering's Recreation Center and outdoor track.
  • Dance Club- Learn swing dancing or salsa. No experience or partner required.
  • Fencing Club- Learn the art of fencing.
  • Firebirds- Automotive enthusiasts can participate in a wide range of activities as members of this club. The club concentrates on competitive events, shows, instruction, tools, and facilities.
  • Fitness Club: Promotes a healthy lifestyle and tips for how to train
  • Formula SAE- Students of Kettering University have participated in SAE events for over 25 years. The team leader works with the faculty advisor to coordinate the progress of the team over the course of the design and fabrication stages. Team members are responsible for designing and constructing all aspects of the car including frame, suspension, body, engine, drivetrain, electrical systems, and plumbing.
  • Gaming Society- The Gaming Society holds various matches/tournaments each semester. They play Bridge, Euchre and other card games, role-playing games, board games, Battletech, StarCraft, WarCraft II, and Magic as well as other games.
  • Golf Club- The club visits a driving range frequently and B-section hosts an alumni/student outing every spring which have become extremely successful.
  • The Green Engineering Organization- The Green Engineering Organization is a club on campus dedicated to increasing environmental awareness and conscientious leadership among the students, staff and faculty of Kettering University, while implementing environmentally friendly practices on the campus and its surrounding area. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 12:20 p.m. in the Heritage Room on the 4th floor of the Campus Center building.
  • Grilling Club- The club enjoys grilling many different types of food as a means of building community within the University.
  • International Club- The International Club invites you to learn about history, world views, and culture in a fun and comfortable environment.
  • Kagle Leadership Initiatives - Kagle Leadership Initiatives is a mentoring and leadership program, started by Flint native Robert Kagle.  The program provides mentoring, community workshops and tutoring for Flint area students. 
  • MMA - The objective of the Karate Club is to promote the Martial Arts. Members who train regularly have the opportunity to join the World Tan Soo Do Association and to test for belts.
  • Kettering Entrepreneur Society - Kettering Entrepreneur Society promotes an entrepreneurial culture at Kettering University based on innovation and social values. The Society offers its membership Networking, Mentoring and Opportunity for developing an entrepreneurial mindset.
  • Kettnetic Thunder Ultimate Frisbee Team - Kettnetic Thunder is always looking for new players and talented athletes. Practice and pick-up games are 2-3 times a week and committed players attend many tournaments around Michigan and Great Lakes Region. Joining the team has endless benefits.
  • LEADERS- An organization that works everyday to help mentor and guide the community leaders of tomorrow. Their premeir mentorship program, leadership training initiatives, and on campus presentations are just some of the ways they give back to the Kettering community.
  • Mud Boggers/Off-Road Club- An off-road enthusiasts club promoting responsible four-wheeling and participation in trips to various off-road venues.
  • Outdoors Club- The Outdoors Club strives to promote outdoor activities, the love of nature, and sportsmanship. Club activities consist primarily of trips such as skiing, rock climbing, horseback riding, white-water rafting, and canoeing trips.
  • Open Source Club- Informs students of open source software available and provide user support.
  • Paintball Club- The club provides students the ability to learn about and play paintball.
  • The Physics Club/Society of Physics Students- The Society of Physics Students is a professional association explicitly designed for students. Membership, through collegiate chapters, is open to anyone interested in physics.
  • Pre-Med Student Organization- The organization is for anyone interested in the field of medicine.
  • Religious Organizations- The city of Flint has many local churches and synagogues where students are always welcome.
  • Campus Crusade for Christ is an interdenominational group that offers students a chance to grow and mature as Christians through a variety of campus activities.
  • Soccer Club - The purpose of this club is to assist students in developing their ability to play soccer through clinics, scrimmages and sport club matches.
  • Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) - SHPE is the leading social-technical organization whose primary function is to enhance and achieve the potential of its members in engineering, math, and science. We will fulfill our mission by increasing educational opportunities, promoting professional and personal growth, and carrying out our social responsibility to be involved in education, business and government issues. SHPE is open to students of all backgrounds. All meetings are held in the SHPE room on the 5th floor of the Campus Center. A section meet every Thursday during lunch. B-section meets every Friday during lunch.
  • Society of Women Engineers B-Section - Kettering's B-Section Society of Women Engineers student chapter strives to promote and support women in engineering through programs and events that encourage professional development, foster interest in engineering among girls, and link collegiate and professional women.
  • Technician - The student-produced Kettering University newspaper.
  • Trap & Skeet Club - The Trap & Skeet Club exists to promote the sport of competitive shooting.
  • Triathlon Club: Offers multisport training and competition in swimming, cycling and running for beginners and experienced athletes. The Kettering Triathlon Club holds organized training two times per week at the rec center and organizes swim meets and competitive runs on campus. If you’re looking for a focused and fun atmosphere to stay in shape, look no further!    
  • WKUF - WKUF is Kettering's low-power FM campus/community radio station with programs by students, staff and community members.WKUF plays a wide variety of music. Check them out at WKUF 94.3.
  • Welding Club: reshaping metal into different objects