Kettering University   Kettering University
1700 West Third Avenue
Flint, MI 48504
(810) 762-9500
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Founded in 1919, regionally accredited Kettering University was formerly General Motors Engineering and Management Institute. "America's Premiere Co-Op University" requires that all students participate in paid professional cooperative work experiences. Students alternate 11-week terms of full-time study on campus with 12- week terms of full-time work experience with their co-op employer, which is generally located near home. Thus, one of the many advantages of attending Kettering is the opportunity for the student to earn a salary during work terms.
Transfer Agreement Highlights
Students may transfer to “America’s premier co-op university”. Kettering is a five-year (2+3) cooperative engineering, management, science and math university that integrates the practical aspects of the workplace into the world of higher education through its more than 550 corporate partners throughout the United States and Canada. Scholarships are available for eligible transfer students.
The agreement provides for two (2) tuition scholarships a year for students transferring from MDC. The scholarships will be offered to those students accepted to Kettering University with a minimum overall Grade Point Average of 3.5. The scholarships will be for full tuition the first year and will be renewable with an overall GPA of 82 or higher, for half tuition up to and including the senior year.

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