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“Education has the power to transform lives and communities. Kettering is indebted to the Flint community, the state of Michigan and the United States. Together, we will have real impact. Our nation needs us.” -- Kettering University President Robert McMahan

Safety Tips

  • Your active participation is a critical element of our ability to ensure your safety.
  • Stay alert and trust your instincts.
  • Lock your doors 24 hours a day.
  • Do not walk in the area after dark.
  • Be aware of your surroundings.
  • Sometimes just locking your doors and being careful around strangers are some of the best safety precautions that we can take to increase personal safety.
  • Try to use the Buddy System and not walk alone.
  • Ask for an escort from Campus Safety officers. Contact: Ext. 9501.
  • Remove valuables from your vehicle.
  • Avoid uncomfortable situations and avoid leaving your car warming up unattended.
  • To report a crime in progress or suspicious activity, dial 911, and if you are the victim of a crime, complete a Campus Safety incident report online.
  • Always feel free to call the Campus Safety desk at Ext. 9501 to report any unusual situation.
  • Details on Kettering’s safety procedures are published online.



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