Congratulations
Class of 2020!

Commencement is among the most important academic ceremonies in the life of a University.

For our graduates, it is a life changing event in which we come together as a community to recognize their hard work and dedication and their transition into a new phase of their lives. Kettering University has celebrated this important milestone event with a ceremony every year since its founding; this year we plan to do so again.

Please join us in honoring this year's graduates at our 2020 Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, October 10 at Kettering University's Atwood Stadium in Flint. The ceremony will begin at 11 a.m.

For those unable to attend, the event will be live streamed.

Tickets

Tickets are required for entry to Atwood Stadium. If you do not have a ticket, you will not be allowed to enter the facility. 

Getting Tickets

We want to provide for the maximum number of guests possible under the circumstances, recognizing that there are many that want to celebrate the achievements of our graduates. Although we are holding this event in Atwood Stadium, after taking social distance spacing into account, the main seating areas of the stadium plus the field accommodates no more than 2,500 people. Taking the number of graduates, faculty, and staff participating in the ceremony, the seating capacity with safety guidelines that remains means a maximum of four (4) guests per graduate.  

Consequently, each graduate will be permitted to request up to four (4) tickets for their guests. Tickets will be issued in the form of e-tickets and will be emailed directly to our eligible graduates/graduate candidates prior to commencement. Please only request the number of tickets needed. 

We recognize that the limited availability of guest tickets may negatively impact the celebrations of some of our families. However, given constraints associated with managing COVID-19 precautions in such a large venue, we are unable to host more than one ceremony on the day of the event. 

The choice we ultimately faced was between having no event or having one with a four guest ticket limit. We ask for your understanding as we attempt to preserve this special event for our graduates, while also managing COVID-19 constraints, and working to ensure the safety of all who attend. 

RSVP And Order Tickets By September 28

Students approved for graduation can RSVP and obtain tickets by completing the Commencement RSVP form. You must RSVP by Monday, September 28

Safety Protocol

Because this is an academic ceremony, it is allowed under current Michigan guidelines for safety and gatherings as confirmed by the Governor’s Office.

The goal is the safety of all who will attend Commencement - our graduates, their families, and members of our faculty and staff as well as current students who will also be there. Limiting the spread to each other and back to our campus is a priority.

Everyone will be required to wear masks and adhere to social distancing while at the Stadium. Facilities and seating will be marked to identify distancing requirements.

We also strongly encourage those attending to please practice safe measures outside of the ceremony during your visit to Flint and our surrounding community.

 

Commencement Details

Ceremony Information

We are thrilled to have you join us for this exciting celebration! Tickets are required for entry to Kettering University’s Atwood Stadium. If you do not have a ticket, you will not be allowed to enter the stadium. 

Atwood Stadium will be open for guests to obtain seating beginning at 8:30 am. Attendees will enter the stadium via the northwest and northeast gates, at the corners of the stadium facing University Avenue.

Some things to keep in mind:

  • The ceremony lasts roughly 2 ½ hours. Please remain for the entire ceremony.
  • Photographs are encouraged, though they are only allowed from your seat during the ceremony; there is no guest access to the stage area. Professional photographers will be onsite to capture photos of each graduate. 
  • Guests are not permitted in the graduate assembly area or seating area on the field. 
  • We do not allow balloons, banners, signs, noise makers or other disruptive items 

 

COVID-19 Safety

Ensuring the safety of our graduates, their families, and our faculty and staff is of utmost importance to us in hosting this event. Consequently, all attendees will be required to maintain appropriate social distance when entering and exiting the stadium or when seated. Masks will be required for entry into the stadium and must be worn over your nose and mouth for the duration of the event. Prior to entering the stadium, all attendees will have their temperature taken and will be asked to answer a series of screening health questions. 

Prior to entering the stadium participants will have their temperature taken with a reading below 100.4 and must answer the following questions: 

  • Have you had any of the following symptoms in the last two weeks?
    • Fever
    • Shortness of breath (not severe)
    • Cough
    • Chills
    • Repeated shaking with chills
    • Muscle Pain
    • Headache
    • Sore Throat
    • New loss of taste or smell
  • Are you ill, or caring for someone who is ill?
  • Have you had contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19? 

For the safety and health of all attendees, individuals traveling from another state in the U.S. with a COVID-19 positive testing rate of 10% or higher will be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days -or- self-quarantine for a minimum of 7 days and be tested for COVID-19 with a negative test result prior to traveling to the ceremony. The positive testing rate for each state may be found on the John Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center website "Testing Trend Tool”.    

The goal is the safety of all who will attend Commencement -- our graduates, their families, and members of our own faculty, staff, and students who will also be there.

Limiting the potential of spread of COVID-19 to each other and back to our campus is a priority. 

We also understand that people must work and travel. 

We ask that people who are traveling from those states be mindful and considerate of others by practicing safe measures and social distancing practices to their best of their abilities before coming to Flint to celebrate our graduates.

Atwood Stadium Information

Physical Address: 701 University Ave. Flint MI 48504

Seating

Although we are holding this event in Atwood Stadium, after taking social distance spacing into account, the stadium and field will accommodate no more than 2500 people. Seating in the stands will be identified with a Kettering label and guest seats will be spaced 6 feet apart. Field level seating will be spaced with 6 feet of social distance spacing between chairs. Guest seating is done first come, first served.

Accessible seating will be located on the field level and can be accessed via the South East stadium gate (Gate S)  off of the Atwood Stadium Parking Lot. One of our ushers would be happy to direct you to this location. Guests requiring accessible seating should contact cherlein@kettering.edu for additional details.

Kettering University Atwood Stadium map

 

Permitted Items

  • Binoculars, cases are subject to inspection
  • Blankets
  • Cameras
  • Cell phones
  • Bags smaller than 12” x 12” x 6
  • Rain apparel
  • Seat cushions
  • Small umbrellas used without obstructing others’ view

Prohibited Items

As a general rule, any items that obstruct the view of other guests or that can be used as projectiles, that interfere with the comfort of other guests or are deemed inappropriate/hazardous by stadium security are prohibited.

Guests are subject to visual inspection of person, parcels, bags, and clothing capable of concealing prohibited items. Changes in national, regional, and campus security may affect security procedures.

The following items are not permitted in Atwood Stadium:

  • Alcohol
  • Tobacco, including e-cigarettes and vapor cigarettes
  • Non-service animals 
  • Firearms, weapons, and sharp objects including mace and pepper spray
  • Bags larger than 12” x 12” x 6”
  • Coolers and containers including bottles and beverage containers
  • Signs or banners
  • Bicycles
  • Skateboards
  • Strollers beyond concourse
  • Noise makers
  • Large umbrellas
  • Objects that obstruct others views
  • Clothing displaying profane or inappropriate symbols or wording
  • Hazardous materials including but not limited to explosives and fireworks
  • Laser pointers
  • Selfie sticks
  • Trespassing, soliciting, peddling and loitering
  • Any illegal substances
  • Any other item or action deemed dangerous or inappropriate

A-Z Stadium Policies can be found here

Information for Students

RSVP and Tickets

Please note you must RSVP by Monday, September 28th in order to participate in the ceremony. If you previously RSVP’d for the June commencement you will need to RSVP again. 

You will request Guest tickets at the time you RSVP.

RSVP

Graduate check in 

Prior to entering the stadium participants will have their temperature taken with a reading below 100.4 and must answer the following questions: 

  • Have you had any of the following symptoms in the last two weeks?
    • Fever
    • Shortness of breath (not severe)
    • Cough
    • Chills
    • Repeated shaking with chills
    • Muscle Pain
    • Headache
    • Sore Throat
    • New loss of taste or smell
  • Are you ill, or caring for someone who is ill?
  • Have you had contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19? 

For the safety and health of all attendees, individuals traveling from another state in the U.S. with a COVID-19 positive testing rate of 10% or higher will be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days -or- self-quarantine for a minimum of 7 days and be tested for COVID-19 with a negative test result prior to traveling to the ceremony. The positive testing rate for each state may be found on the John Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center website "Testing Trend Tool”.    

The goal is the safety of all who will attend Commencement -- our graduates, their families, and members of our own faculty, staff, and students who will also be there.

Limiting the potential of spread of COVID-19 to each other and back to our campus is a priority. 

We also understand that people must work and travel. 

We ask that people who are traveling from those states be mindful and considerate of others by practicing safe measures and social distancing practices to their best of their abilities before coming to Flint to celebrate our graduates.

Commencement Timeline

9-10 a.m. - Report to Bluff St/Stevenson Street to check in and pick up your QR Code Card and Bulldog face mask  

10:30 a.m. - Students line up 

10:55 a.m. - March to Gates U & S

11 a.m. - Formal Processional and Ceremony begins

Accessibility

Please notify Chelsea Herlein at cherlein@kettering.edu immediately if you or a guest need a disability-related accommodation. 

Before the Ceremony

Graduates should ensure that tickets for the ceremony are given to their guests prior to reporting for graduate check in. one hour prior to the start of the ceremony to check in and pick up their QR Code Card. This card will be scanned when you approach the stage to receive your diploma. The registrar’s office will be onsite to direct and assist graduates in lining up for the processional. When the ceremony is ready to begin, graduates will process to the stadium gates. 

We do ask that purses, bags, coats, and other personal items given to family or friends prior to the ceremony. Cell phones and electronic devices should be silenced or turned off prior to the start of the procession. 

Due to the ceremony being held at Atwood Stadium flat soled shoes are required for all participants/attendees on the field level. 

Regalia 

Graduates are required to wear academic regalia when participating in the Kettering University Commencement ceremony. Academic regalia is available for purchase online with Jostens and will not be available onsite at Commencement.

Once received, we recommend IMMEDIATELY opening the package to hang your gown (and hood if applicable). This step will help to remove all wrinkles. Gowns may be steamed but cannot be pressed as it will damage the gown. 

Commencement is a milestone in your life and we welcome you to decorate your cap as you celebrate your hard work and dedication. Please take the following information into consideration as you decorate. 

  • Only the flat, top portion of the mortarboard may be decorated. Nothing else should be decorated on the sides of the cap or on your academic gown. 
  • Decoration should not make noise. No bells, horns, etc. 
  • Avoid obscenities, profanity, vulgar or lewd remarks
  • Elements of your design should lay as flat as possible to avoid obstructed views. 

How to wear your regalia

Cap and Gown

Your gown must be hooked at the collar and should remain hooked for the duration of wear. The cap (mortarboard) should be worn with the point in the front, approximately 1 inch about the eyebrows. The mortarboard should be level on your head with the tassel worn over the right temple. 

Your tassel should be worn over the left temple. 

Other Apparel

Shoes and other articles of visible apparel worn should be of dark colors that harmonize with academic dress. Nothing else should be worn on the academic gown. Due to the ceremony being held at Atwood Stadium flat soled shoes are required for all participants/attendees. 

The Ceremony

The ceremony will last approximately 2 and a ½ hours. The faculty marshal will signal you to stand, one row at a time to come forward to receive your diploma. You will walk to the stage and give your QR Code Card to the name reader. Once your name is called, walk forward across the stage to receive your diploma. 

A photo will be taken as you receive your diploma. You will then return to your seat. Follow the direction of the faculty marshals for the recessional.

Information for Faculty and Volunteers

We appreciate the contributions our faculty make and encourage your participation in the commencement exercises. Faculty support for students at commencement is very meaningful. The following details will help to make commencement a success. 

RSVP

Seating on the stage for faculty will be on the field level. Please let us know as soon as possible if you plan to participate. 

RSVP Now

Commencement Timeline

9:30  a.m.  - Report to Faculty Check-in located in the Atwood Stadium parking lot 

10:45 a.m. - Faculty lineup   

11 a.m. - Formal Processional and Ceremony begins

Regalia 

Faculty participating in Commencement exercises are required to wear academic regalia while participating in the Kettering University ceremony. Regalia is available for purchase online with Jostens and will not be available onsite at Commencement. 

For faculty who already own regalia we do ask that your items are cleaned and/or pressed prior to Commencement on Saturday.  

Other Apparel

Shoes and other articles of visible apparel worn should be of dark colors that harmonize with academic dress. Nothing else should be worn on the academic gown. Due to the ceremony being held at Atwood Stadium flat soled shoes are required for all participants/attendees. 

Volunteers

Interested in helping out? Faculty and staff support for students at commencement is very meaningful and we welcome all staff and faculty to attend. The success of our commencement relies on the efforts of many volunteers. To volunteer for commencement, please click here or contact Chelsea Herlein at cherlein@kettering.edu or 810-762-9770

 

 

Livestream & Photo

Livestream

Watch the ceremony live. [Link to watch the livestream]

Photos

We have hired GradImages® to photograph commencement and to capture each graduate as they are individually recognized. Proofs will be available as soon as 48 hours after the ceremony. To view your proofs online, visit the GradImages® website. If you have any questions related to your photos, contact GradImages® Customer Service Department at (800)261-2576, online at www.gradimages.com or email giservice@gradimages.net.

Class of 2020 Senior Gift 

A majority of Kettering students receive scholarships funded by alumni. Now, as a new alum, you can help fund scholarships for future Kettering undergrads.

Your senior contribution to the Keep Me Kettering Scholarship Fund will support students who are in need of financial aid to pay their tuition. That means that money raised through the Senior Gift campaign will benefit the Bulldogs who need it most. 

Your donation of $20.20 or more will earn a pair of teal Philanthropy Cords to be worn with the rest of your regalia at commencement. The cords represent your commitment to the futures of fellow Kettering students and your pay-it-forward mentality — because philanthropy is an accomplishment in itself.

We're calling on Kettering's Class of 2020 to leave a legacy of generosity. Visit donate.kettering.edu to make your gift and learn more. 

Flowers

Flowers

Flowers will be available for purchase at the commencement ceremonies. Additionally, Commencement Flowers provides graduates and guests the opportunity to pre-order product online at www.thecommencementgroup.com/kettering/.

 

  • Ceremony Information

    Ceremony Information

    We are thrilled to have you join us for this exciting celebration! Tickets are required for entry to Kettering University’s Atwood Stadium. If you do not have a ticket, you will not be allowed to enter the stadium. 

    Atwood Stadium will be open for guests to obtain seating beginning at 8:30 am. Attendees will enter the stadium via the northwest and northeast gates, at the corners of the stadium facing University Avenue.

    Some things to keep in mind:

    • The ceremony lasts roughly 2 ½ hours. Please remain for the entire ceremony.
    • Photographs are encouraged, though they are only allowed from your seat during the ceremony; there is no guest access to the stage area. Professional photographers will be onsite to capture photos of each graduate. 
    • Guests are not permitted in the graduate assembly area or seating area on the field. 
    • We do not allow balloons, banners, signs, noise makers or other disruptive items 

     

  • COVID-19 Safety

    COVID-19 Safety

    Ensuring the safety of our graduates, their families, and our faculty and staff is of utmost importance to us in hosting this event. Consequently, all attendees will be required to maintain appropriate social distance when entering and exiting the stadium or when seated. Masks will be required for entry into the stadium and must be worn over your nose and mouth for the duration of the event. Prior to entering the stadium, all attendees will have their temperature taken and will be asked to answer a series of screening health questions. 

    Prior to entering the stadium participants will have their temperature taken with a reading below 100.4 and must answer the following questions: 

    • Have you had any of the following symptoms in the last two weeks?
      • Fever
      • Shortness of breath (not severe)
      • Cough
      • Chills
      • Repeated shaking with chills
      • Muscle Pain
      • Headache
      • Sore Throat
      • New loss of taste or smell
    • Are you ill, or caring for someone who is ill?
    • Have you had contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19? 

    For the safety and health of all attendees, individuals traveling from another state in the U.S. with a COVID-19 positive testing rate of 10% or higher will be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days -or- self-quarantine for a minimum of 7 days and be tested for COVID-19 with a negative test result prior to traveling to the ceremony. The positive testing rate for each state may be found on the John Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center website "Testing Trend Tool”.    

    The goal is the safety of all who will attend Commencement -- our graduates, their families, and members of our own faculty, staff, and students who will also be there.

    Limiting the potential of spread of COVID-19 to each other and back to our campus is a priority. 

    We also understand that people must work and travel. 

    We ask that people who are traveling from those states be mindful and considerate of others by practicing safe measures and social distancing practices to their best of their abilities before coming to Flint to celebrate our graduates.

  • Atwood Stadium Information

    Atwood Stadium Information

    Physical Address: 701 University Ave. Flint MI 48504

    Seating

    Although we are holding this event in Atwood Stadium, after taking social distance spacing into account, the stadium and field will accommodate no more than 2500 people. Seating in the stands will be identified with a Kettering label and guest seats will be spaced 6 feet apart. Field level seating will be spaced with 6 feet of social distance spacing between chairs. Guest seating is done first come, first served.

    Accessible seating will be located on the field level and can be accessed via the South East stadium gate (Gate S)  off of the Atwood Stadium Parking Lot. One of our ushers would be happy to direct you to this location. Guests requiring accessible seating should contact cherlein@kettering.edu for additional details.

    Kettering University Atwood Stadium map

     

    Permitted Items

    • Binoculars, cases are subject to inspection
    • Blankets
    • Cameras
    • Cell phones
    • Bags smaller than 12” x 12” x 6
    • Rain apparel
    • Seat cushions
    • Small umbrellas used without obstructing others’ view

    Prohibited Items

    As a general rule, any items that obstruct the view of other guests or that can be used as projectiles, that interfere with the comfort of other guests or are deemed inappropriate/hazardous by stadium security are prohibited.

    Guests are subject to visual inspection of person, parcels, bags, and clothing capable of concealing prohibited items. Changes in national, regional, and campus security may affect security procedures.

    The following items are not permitted in Atwood Stadium:

    • Alcohol
    • Tobacco, including e-cigarettes and vapor cigarettes
    • Non-service animals 
    • Firearms, weapons, and sharp objects including mace and pepper spray
    • Bags larger than 12” x 12” x 6”
    • Coolers and containers including bottles and beverage containers
    • Signs or banners
    • Bicycles
    • Skateboards
    • Strollers beyond concourse
    • Noise makers
    • Large umbrellas
    • Objects that obstruct others views
    • Clothing displaying profane or inappropriate symbols or wording
    • Hazardous materials including but not limited to explosives and fireworks
    • Laser pointers
    • Selfie sticks
    • Trespassing, soliciting, peddling and loitering
    • Any illegal substances
    • Any other item or action deemed dangerous or inappropriate

    A-Z Stadium Policies can be found here

  • Information for Students

    Information for Students

    RSVP and Tickets

    Please note you must RSVP by Monday, September 28th in order to participate in the ceremony. If you previously RSVP’d for the June commencement you will need to RSVP again. 

    You will request Guest tickets at the time you RSVP.

    RSVP

    Graduate check in 

    Prior to entering the stadium participants will have their temperature taken with a reading below 100.4 and must answer the following questions: 

    • Have you had any of the following symptoms in the last two weeks?
      • Fever
      • Shortness of breath (not severe)
      • Cough
      • Chills
      • Repeated shaking with chills
      • Muscle Pain
      • Headache
      • Sore Throat
      • New loss of taste or smell
    • Are you ill, or caring for someone who is ill?
    • Have you had contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19? 

    For the safety and health of all attendees, individuals traveling from another state in the U.S. with a COVID-19 positive testing rate of 10% or higher will be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days -or- self-quarantine for a minimum of 7 days and be tested for COVID-19 with a negative test result prior to traveling to the ceremony. The positive testing rate for each state may be found on the John Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center website "Testing Trend Tool”.    

    The goal is the safety of all who will attend Commencement -- our graduates, their families, and members of our own faculty, staff, and students who will also be there.

    Limiting the potential of spread of COVID-19 to each other and back to our campus is a priority. 

    We also understand that people must work and travel. 

    We ask that people who are traveling from those states be mindful and considerate of others by practicing safe measures and social distancing practices to their best of their abilities before coming to Flint to celebrate our graduates.

    Commencement Timeline

    9-10 a.m. - Report to Bluff St/Stevenson Street to check in and pick up your QR Code Card and Bulldog face mask  

    10:30 a.m. - Students line up 

    10:55 a.m. - March to Gates U & S

    11 a.m. - Formal Processional and Ceremony begins

    Accessibility

    Please notify Chelsea Herlein at cherlein@kettering.edu immediately if you or a guest need a disability-related accommodation. 

    Before the Ceremony

    Graduates should ensure that tickets for the ceremony are given to their guests prior to reporting for graduate check in. one hour prior to the start of the ceremony to check in and pick up their QR Code Card. This card will be scanned when you approach the stage to receive your diploma. The registrar’s office will be onsite to direct and assist graduates in lining up for the processional. When the ceremony is ready to begin, graduates will process to the stadium gates. 

    We do ask that purses, bags, coats, and other personal items given to family or friends prior to the ceremony. Cell phones and electronic devices should be silenced or turned off prior to the start of the procession. 

    Due to the ceremony being held at Atwood Stadium flat soled shoes are required for all participants/attendees on the field level. 

    Regalia 

    Graduates are required to wear academic regalia when participating in the Kettering University Commencement ceremony. Academic regalia is available for purchase online with Jostens and will not be available onsite at Commencement.

    Once received, we recommend IMMEDIATELY opening the package to hang your gown (and hood if applicable). This step will help to remove all wrinkles. Gowns may be steamed but cannot be pressed as it will damage the gown. 

    Commencement is a milestone in your life and we welcome you to decorate your cap as you celebrate your hard work and dedication. Please take the following information into consideration as you decorate. 

    • Only the flat, top portion of the mortarboard may be decorated. Nothing else should be decorated on the sides of the cap or on your academic gown. 
    • Decoration should not make noise. No bells, horns, etc. 
    • Avoid obscenities, profanity, vulgar or lewd remarks
    • Elements of your design should lay as flat as possible to avoid obstructed views. 

    How to wear your regalia

    Cap and Gown

    Your gown must be hooked at the collar and should remain hooked for the duration of wear. The cap (mortarboard) should be worn with the point in the front, approximately 1 inch about the eyebrows. The mortarboard should be level on your head with the tassel worn over the right temple. 

    Your tassel should be worn over the left temple. 

    Other Apparel

    Shoes and other articles of visible apparel worn should be of dark colors that harmonize with academic dress. Nothing else should be worn on the academic gown. Due to the ceremony being held at Atwood Stadium flat soled shoes are required for all participants/attendees. 

    The Ceremony

    The ceremony will last approximately 2 and a ½ hours. The faculty marshal will signal you to stand, one row at a time to come forward to receive your diploma. You will walk to the stage and give your QR Code Card to the name reader. Once your name is called, walk forward across the stage to receive your diploma. 

    A photo will be taken as you receive your diploma. You will then return to your seat. Follow the direction of the faculty marshals for the recessional.

  • Information for Faculty and Volunteers

    Information for Faculty and Volunteers

    We appreciate the contributions our faculty make and encourage your participation in the commencement exercises. Faculty support for students at commencement is very meaningful. The following details will help to make commencement a success. 

    RSVP

    Seating on the stage for faculty will be on the field level. Please let us know as soon as possible if you plan to participate. 

    RSVP Now

    Commencement Timeline

    9:30  a.m.  - Report to Faculty Check-in located in the Atwood Stadium parking lot 

    10:45 a.m. - Faculty lineup   

    11 a.m. - Formal Processional and Ceremony begins

    Regalia 

    Faculty participating in Commencement exercises are required to wear academic regalia while participating in the Kettering University ceremony. Regalia is available for purchase online with Jostens and will not be available onsite at Commencement. 

    For faculty who already own regalia we do ask that your items are cleaned and/or pressed prior to Commencement on Saturday.  

    Other Apparel

    Shoes and other articles of visible apparel worn should be of dark colors that harmonize with academic dress. Nothing else should be worn on the academic gown. Due to the ceremony being held at Atwood Stadium flat soled shoes are required for all participants/attendees. 

    Volunteers

    Interested in helping out? Faculty and staff support for students at commencement is very meaningful and we welcome all staff and faculty to attend. The success of our commencement relies on the efforts of many volunteers. To volunteer for commencement, please click here or contact Chelsea Herlein at cherlein@kettering.edu or 810-762-9770

     

     

  • Livestream & Photo

    Livestream & Photo

    Livestream

    Watch the ceremony live. [Link to watch the livestream]

    Photos

    We have hired GradImages® to photograph commencement and to capture each graduate as they are individually recognized. Proofs will be available as soon as 48 hours after the ceremony. To view your proofs online, visit the GradImages® website. If you have any questions related to your photos, contact GradImages® Customer Service Department at (800)261-2576, online at www.gradimages.com or email giservice@gradimages.net.

  • Class of 2020 Senior Gift

    Class of 2020 Senior Gift 

    A majority of Kettering students receive scholarships funded by alumni. Now, as a new alum, you can help fund scholarships for future Kettering undergrads.

    Your senior contribution to the Keep Me Kettering Scholarship Fund will support students who are in need of financial aid to pay their tuition. That means that money raised through the Senior Gift campaign will benefit the Bulldogs who need it most. 

    Your donation of $20.20 or more will earn a pair of teal Philanthropy Cords to be worn with the rest of your regalia at commencement. The cords represent your commitment to the futures of fellow Kettering students and your pay-it-forward mentality — because philanthropy is an accomplishment in itself.

    We're calling on Kettering's Class of 2020 to leave a legacy of generosity. Visit donate.kettering.edu to make your gift and learn more. 

  • Flowers

    Flowers

    Flowers

    Flowers will be available for purchase at the commencement ceremonies. Additionally, Commencement Flowers provides graduates and guests the opportunity to pre-order product online at www.thecommencementgroup.com/kettering/.

     

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