Kettering University welcomes non-degree seeking students who wish to enroll in specific courses for their own enrichment or for transfer to a degree program at their home university. Non-degree students receive transcripts and full academic credit for courses successfully completed. Non-degree enrollment is limited to two courses each term.
Who is eligible?
To be admitted as a guest student at the undergraduate level, you must have earned a high school diploma, a GED certificate or the equivalent. Those who have previously been denied admission to a degree program at Kettering may not be admitted as a guest student.
When are classes offered?
Kettering University has four 11 week terms per academic year. Generally speaking, these are Summer (July through September), Fall (October through December), Winter (January through March) and Spring (April through June).
For exact beginning and ending dates of a term, see the Kettering Academic Calendar.
What courses can I take?
Guest Students may take any class as long as they meet the class prerequisites and there is space available. Individual courses for upcoming terms may be viewed on Kettering’s Dynamic Schedule.
What is the Cost?
Guest students are not eligible for Financial Aid through Kettering University. For the 2021-2022 academic year, starting July 1 tuition for one Undergraduate 4 credit course is $5,920.
If you are a high school student seeking to take classes at Kettering University, see our Dual Enrollment webpages.
Guest applications are processed by the Office of the Registrar. Download and fill out the Incoming Guest Student Application form. Get this form approved by your home university, and then send it via email to email@example.com
Contact the Registrar’s Office for more information