This is a make-up advisement session for final term and dual degree students who missed the November 14th session. It is also an optional general advisement session for upperclass ME students and those on academic probation.
This is a mandatory session for students registering for their final academic term at Kettering and all ME students pursuing a dual degree. This session is not for Freshmen I or new transfer students unless currently enrolled in a dual degree program.
Late Night Breakfast is Wednesday, Sept. 19th. Come take a break from studying and enjoy food and prizes. Begins at 10:30 pm in the Sunset Room.
Register to vote in the Great Court on Monday, Sept. 17th at 12:20 pm if you are a Michigan resident. Please have a valid driver's license or state ID card with you to sign up.
Constitution Day is Monday, Sept. 17th. Come participate in games that test your knowledge of the Constitution! Great prizes and cookies available. Games include: jeopardy, wheel of fortune, preamble scramble, amendment match up, and oh say can you sing singing competition where the winner receives $50 cash!
Performances will begin at 7 pm in the International Room, 5th floor CC. Light refreshments will be served after the event.
Nicholas Cucinelli, president & CEO of CSquared Innovations, Inc. will speak about “Leveraging Universities in Global Cleantech Entrepreneurship” on Thursday, Sept. 13 at 12:20 p.m. in the Cribathon.
Please come join the Academic Council as we host the Co op Office and Employers in an open question and answer forum. We want your thoughts, opinions and experiences with regards to Kettering's Co op program. The goal of the forum is to exchange information between students, co op office and employers on how everyone can improve the co op experience.