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Transfer Students

Transfer your credits. Transform your future.

If you’re considering a transfer, we are prepared to make your experience as seamless as possible. In fact, you’ll have a dedicated transfer counselor to guide you through every step.

Transfer now for April or July terms

Transfer Your Credits. Transform Your Future.

Kettering's education will prepare you to make a lasting impact on the world. Accelerate and transform your future. Transfer your credits now.

It doesn’t matter where you started college, or how your journey has led you here. If you’re ready now, learn more about the path ahead and see how your next steps can transfer your credits and transform your future.

John Waldo 

Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions

Lillian is a transfer student to Kettering University who is passionate about her pursuit of an engineering degree.

"Deciding what school I wanted to graduate from, after community college, was hard at first. Kettering wasn’t originally one of my choices, I didn’t think that I was capable of going here. After talking to some amazing Kettering Staff about classes, the co-op opportunities, and the Kettering community itself, I was completely sold. I am so passionate about engineering and my goal is to make the world a better place through engineering. It was an easy decision to make, that I will appreciate for the rest of my life."

Lillian K. - '23
Mechanical Engineer

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Transfer up to 72 credits

What Courses Will Transfer

Up to 72 credits of courses with an earned grade of “C” or better will be considered, provided they have been evaluated for transferability. To determine what courses will transfer to Kettering University, use our Transfer Course Equivalency tool (TCE), located on our website at kettering.edu/transfer. Enter all your college courses and grades (for classes youare currently taking, enter “C” or better). The results will show you what should transfer and what courses would still be required to meet Kettering University graduation requirements.

Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA)

There are select courses recognized throughout Michigan as transferable between institutions, so you can prepare for your transfer to Kettering by completing General Education courses that qualify for the MTA. With qualifying coursework, students will receive credit for COMM-101, COMM-201, ECON-201, and three Advanced Electives. The Writing Intensive requirement within the General Education block will also be waived.