The University Committee on Accreditation & Assessment (UCAA) provides critical assessment leadership to the university and is responsible for establishing and supporting a process of institution-wide continual self-evaluation and improvement. The committee oversees and assists academic and administrative units in conducting ongoing assessment activities with the goal of improving retention and graduation, student learning, student development, and university services/operations. It operates transparently and engages stakeholders from across the institution. The UCAA has the following charge:
Merit scholarships are available for all Kettering students whether a freshman, international student or a transfer student.
Freshman Merit Scholarships - Merit Scholarships are awarded to students based on academic performance. Academic performance indicators used to assess Merit Awards include a combination of ACT and / or SAT scores, plus GPA. All accepted applicants are reviewed by the scholarship review committee. Merit Awards have a range of $3,000 - $16,000 / year.
Transfer Students Scholarships - We have a range of scholarships available for transfer students. Merit scholarships are available in $5,500, $9,500 and $15,500.
International Students Scholarships - International students are eligible for several scholarships including merit and other scholarships.
Other Scholarships - Scholarships are available based on involvement in extracurricular activities, co-op employment and partners and academic interest.
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