“We’re proud of the fact that students clearly acknowledge and appreciate the quality and rigor associated with Kettering University’s academic, applied experimental and extracurricular activities.”
FLINT, Mich. – Kettering University has been selected among the top colleges in the nation to attend in 2021 based on the responses of 143,000 students surveyed in the 29th annual Princeton Review.
Kettering also landed a spot among the top 158 universities in the Midwest.
“We’re proud of the fact that students clearly acknowledge and appreciate the quality and rigor associated with Kettering University’s academic, applied experiential and extracurricular activities,” said Kip Darcy, Vice President of Enrollment Management and Marketing. “In fact, we’re also pleased to be recognized among the top 20 institutions in the U.S. where students embrace the excitement and camaraderie of intramural sports!"
Students surveyed praised Kettering’s Co-op program as “unparalleled in preparing students.” The Co-op program includes students alternating academic, on-campus terms attending classes with on-site work experience at one of more than 400 partner organizations and companies, arming them with a degree and 2½ years of professional experience when they graduate.
In addition to the Princeton Review’s recognition, Kettering University also recently ranked No. 9 among 157 colleges in the Midwest on the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges in 2021 Rankings.