Estevan Estrada, Zachary Hurst, Vipul Laddha and Kayla Whittemore will receive the 2012 Outstanding Student Service Award from Michigan Campus Compact during ceremonies April 14 in East Lansing. Read more here.
Monthly Archive: March 2012
Kettering student Michael Cox was recently mentioned in his hometown newspaper in Arizona: Michael Cox of Casa Grande was a member of the Kettering University Motorsports team that earned second place in the 2012 SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge, held March 6 through 10 at Michigan Technological University. Read more about Cox and the rest of …
Several Kettering students were interviewed in media reports for their reaction to Kettering’s new fixed tuition model. From the Flint Journal: “I’m really happy about it. It’s a good move for the university,” said Kettering’s student body president Bryan Coburn. Coburn, a mechanical engineering major, said he figures the move will save him some money, …
Kettering’s hockey team will be playing at a different ice arena next season — the Polar Palace in Lapeer. See more about the facility.
The last event on April 20′s “Celebrate Kettering” day of activities will be a student festival in the Rec Center, featuring Bouncy Boxing and Velcro Wall inflatables; pizza, ice slushies and popcorn; games, potato sack relay race, Mega Jenga Tower Build and prizes. See Student Festival flyer for details.
From the Flint Journal: “A team comprised of MTA employees along with Kettering (University professor) Mohamed El-Sayed will be familiarizing themselves with bus operator training, preventative maintenance, outdoor storage, installation of bus related software and monthly reporting requirements,” the news release said. “There will also be an on-road demonstration and a trip to United Technology …
Hospitality reigned as lots of faculty, staff and students greeted 500 people, including 188 admitted students, during Saturday’s special admissions program. Students learned more about their upcoming academic and experiential opportunities. See some photos from the event here.
Kettering is the first STEM university in Michigan and one of very few in the nation to offer Fixed-Tuition Guarantee
Kettering University will offer a fixed-tuition guarantee for all undergraduate students beginning in 2012-13, becoming the first Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) university in Michigan and one of only a handful in the nation to offer the cost-saving guarantee. Kettering has also eliminated all academically related fees in its all-inclusive tuition package. The move …