- Campus Resources
- Student Success Center
Student Success Information
Kettering College offers many forms of support to students. Academic support and tutoring are available to help students with class work. There is an entire writing center dedicated to assisting student’s with all written assignments. Counseling and career services are also available to all students as well.
Academic Support and Tutoring
Our academic support coordinator is available to assist you in your learning and your adjustment to college and campus life. Peer tutoring, workshops, forming effective study groups for quizzes and exams, and self-help resources are among the options available in the Academic Support Center.
- Time management
- Study strategies
- Learning styles assessment
- Test taking skills
- Stress management
- Accommodations for students with documented disabilities
- Title IX office
Free tutorial services are available in a variety of subjects on a walk-in basis and by appointment; individual coaching sessions also are available. Additional accommodations are available for students with documented disabilities.
The mission of the Academic Support Center is to:
- Empower students to develop effective strategies for learning
- Help students discover learning styles to enhance academic success
- Assist students in transitioning to the requirements of college
- Support students in setting educational, personal, and professional goals
Writing Support and Tutoring
The Kettering College Writing Center offers students the opportunity to work on various projects in one-on-one conferences with trained tutors. We offer these sessions both in our center and online via our scheduling service. Make an appointment below or come see us in person. We are located within the Academic Support Department.
What we do:
Our goals are for students to develop as writers and thinkers and to help with projects of all kinds including research papers, scholarship essays, medical/dental school application essays, resumes and cover letters, speeches and presentations, multimodal projects, and APA formatting. We are happy to help with these projects at any stage of the process including brainstorming, outlining, revision, or even practicing the timing and delivery of presentations.
What we don’t do:
We will not proofread your papers or correct your grammar/mechanics for you. Instead, we are here to help you learn how to improve your own writing. We will help identify areas that you could improve on, including grammatical errors, and help you understand how to make corrections on immediate and future writing tasks.
Meet the Tutors
We have a wide variety of tutors to choose from that are wanting and willing to help you with your needs. Click here to see the tutors.
In addition to the resources housed in the Student Success Center, Kettering College offers its students free access to tutor.com. Graduate-level Academic Writing, Life Skills and Study Skills are among the wide range of general topics offered through tutor.com, and several Kettering College courses have been course mapped to allow for targeted assistance. This resource can be accessed via the Library Resources tab in the Student Canvas Dashboard
Director of Disability Services
Title IX Coordinator
Phone: (937) 395-8601 x55646
Director of Student Success
Phone: (937) 395-8601 x57025