Each year a school must disseminate to prospective and enrolled students required information under the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, and the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the procedures for obtaining the information. Each topic listed gives a link to the information that must be disclosed, as well as telephone numbers and/or e-mail addresses of the university officials who can respond to questions or information requests in their specific areas.
Cleary (Campus Security) Act - Security & Fire Safety ReportCampus SafetyCampus Center(810)762-9501
Kettering University encourages students and prospective students to address complaints relating to Kettering's institutional policies and consumer protection issues first with personnel in the office or department that led to the complaint alleged. If needed, senior University administrators may also become involved to help resolve complaints.
If you have concerns regarding the quality of instruction provided at the University or the University's ongoing ability to meet its accreditation requirements, you may contact the University's accreditor, the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association Colleges and Schools, using this process.
If your concerns about the University involve consumer protection issues, your may contact the Consumer Protection Division within the Michigan Attorney General's Office using this procedure.
Distance Education - Contact information for student complaint processes by State
Health, Counseling and Disability Services
1-104 Campus Center,
Kettering University takes student safety very seriously. To facilitate our students’ safety, the “Missing Student Policy and Procedures for Thompson Hall Residents” will assist us in locating Kettering student[s] who reside in Thompson Hall and, based on facts and circumstances known to the University, who are determined to be missing. This policy and procedures are believed to comply with the Higher Education Act of 1965 as amended by Public Law 110-315 in August 2008 (20 USC 1092(j)).
Institutions of higher education must make a good faith effort to distribute voter registration forms to all enrolled students physically in attendance at the institution for primary elections as well as for general elections. The Higher Education Amendments of 1998 states that the law "shall apply to elections as defined in section 301 (1) of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 and includes the election for Governor or other chief executive within such State."
The following site contains additional information as well as a downloadable voter registration application.
This form can be completed and mailed to:Michigan Department of State
Bureau of Elections
PO Box 20126
Lansing, MI 48901-0726
Because of the nature of federal, state, and institutional guidelines affecting financial aid programs, the information contained in this website is subject to change.