The information contained in the Guide to Residence Life reflects the rules, policies and services of the Office of Residence Life at Kettering University. While every effort is made to provide accurate and current information, the Office of Residence Life reserves the right to modify rules, policies, services and any other matter without prior notice. Residence hall refers to all on-campus facilities (Thompson Hall).
Recently the Financial Aid Office teamed up with Kettering's Academic Council to offer lunch time Financial Literacy Presentations. We received positive feedback from these presentations and wanted to make the information available to all students and families.
Financial Literacy topics covered include:
MATH-099 is an online, web-based, five week math course offered to students that want to earn the opportunity to be enrolled into MATH-101X rather than MATH-100. The Five week course offers an intensive refresher on many aspects of pre-calculus mathematics. The Kettering University instructor will help the student to link these pre-calculus concepts to their application in Calculus.
Over the next few months we are implementing a series of student-focused improvements and exciting enhancements to our Graduate Program as a result of feedback from our students. These upcoming changes are intended to streamline various processes and to implement an innovative educational delivery system that leverages state-of-the-art technology and instructional design.
The University encourages you to broaden your knowledge and develop your job related skills. For this reason, the University provides financial assistance for you to participate in degree programs at other institutions of higher education. The below information provides you with details of the Educational Assistance program.