Undergraduate Registration

Overview

Registration takes place each term during eighth, ninth, tenth and eleventh weeks. Students register for the next academic term; i.e., register in spring term for fall classes, register in summer term for winter classes, etc. Financial clearance from the Student Accounts Office and a completed course selection form, if required, signed by both student and faculty advisor are required to participate in registration.

Tuesday Teaching Talks

Tuesday Teaching Talks

Tuesday Teaching Talks are faculty-led, informal conversations about a variety of topics to improve the learning environment.  Timely, relevant classroom topics span multiple disciplines and are chosen based on faculty interest. The setting was previously referred to as “Brown Bag Lunch.”  Recently, a Chef’s Choice lunch was added to provide nourishment for the small groups.  

Dual Enrollment Admissions & Cost

Admission to Program

Students in the dual-enrollment program may take classes during the Fall (October - December) and Winter (January - March) terms only. Two courses per term are allowed.

Registration Requirements

The following must be submitted for course registration:

  • Completed application and registration form
  • High School transcript with 3.2 GPA

Registrations are approved by the Registrar and based on available space.

Cost of Attendance Worksheet

The cost of attendance for the 2013/2014 academic year will be:

Enrollment & Graduation Data

The Office of Institutional Effectiveness (OIE) reports on enrollment trends and student retention, providing data to government agencies and publications, and analyzing institutional data at the request of the University’s administration. OIE also compiles for Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) reporting. They contain the number of Kettering University completed degrees for an academic year.

Enrollment & Graduation Data

The Office of Institutional Effectiveness (OIE) reports on enrollment trends and student retention, providing data to government agencies and publications, and analyzing institutional data at the request of the University’s administration. OIE also compiles for Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) reporting. They contain the number of Kettering University completed degrees for an academic year.

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