The act of registration is an agreement on the part of the student to abide by the College’s regulations. Students are expected to conduct themselves as responsible citizens of a Christian college. The College seeks to foster voluntary patterns of conduct that reduce the number of necessary regulations and expects students to observe carefully those rules deemed essential to the College mission.
Irresponsible activities and/or behavior are not in harmony with the ideals of the College. Students are expected to maintain honesty in all coursework (no cheating of any kind). They are expected to abstain from the use of alcoholic beverages, drugs, tobacco, vulgar or profane language, and participation in gambling while on clinicals or on the Kettering Medical Center property, including the Kettering College campus. The Student Handbook, available on the College website, outlines standards of professional conduct and integrity with levels of violation and sanction. A student whose conduct exhibits disrespect for the aims and ideals of the College, including actions off campus that threaten or harm larger community welfare or that discredit the College, may be subject to disciplinary probation or dismissal.