Dual Enrollment Admissions & Cost

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. Students accepted must be entering their 11th or 12th grade in high school.

Registration Requirements

The following must be submitted for course registration:

Medical Withdrawal

Withdrawals

Course Withdrawal

When circumstances occur whereby a student feels that completion of a course is not possible or in the student’s interest, the student may request a non-punitive grade of W (withdrawn) be issued by the Registrar’s Office. The following conditions apply:
 
  • Withdrawal requests will be accepted and honored during the course withdrawal period specified on the academic calendar.

Schedule of Classes & Exams

Here is access to the posted Course Schedules and the Final Exam schedules for current and upcoming terms at Kettering University.
 
The Dynamic Class schedules provide two ways to view offered courses. The Banner Web Dynamic Class Schedule is used for locating specific courses and acquiring bookstore or catalog details on a course.

Registration Services

Overview

Registration is the process by which a student enrolls in specific courses during a specific term. Students cannot receive credit for a course for which they have not registered. Students must register for courses every term they wish to take classes.

 

 

Fun with Photonics

Come to Kettering University’s Campus Center on March 15 and March 17 for two half days of exciting demonstrations and hands-on activities highlighting the exciting and ubiquitous applications of light.

Immunization

Immunization Requirements

All students are required to send copies of their official immunization records with the Health & Medical History form. Undergraduate students must meet the following requirements based on guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the American College Health Association (ACHA):

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