Kettering University was once again ranked among the best engineering schools in the country according to U.S. News and World Report in their 2016 Best Colleges edition.
Kettering was ranked 15th nationally and the Mechanical Engineering program ranked seventh nationally among all non-Ph.D.-granting engineering programs. Kettering was also ranked 23rd among all universities in the Midwest.
Kettering University’s Mechanical Engineering program has ranked in the top 10 in the Best Colleges rankings for more than a decade.
Kettering's programs had the following rankings in the U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard:
Kettering University was listed 10th in a 2015 CNN Money article ranking the top 10 private universities in the country for return on investment.
In 2015, Money Magazine identified Kettering among 25 universities nationwide where graduates can earn six-figure salaries with just an undergraduate degree.
2015 ‘Best in the Midwest’ designation by the Princeton Review.
Kettering University ranked No. 137 on Business Insider’s 2014 list of the ‘600 Smartest Colleges in America’ list.
Kettering University is ranked No. 1 in the Midwest and 12th nationally in ‘Return on Investment’ according PayScale.com’s 2015 rankings.
PayScale.com ranked Kettering University alumni No. 1 in Michigan and 59th nationally in earning potential in their 2014 rankings.
Automobile Magazine named Kettering University as one of four universities nationally that students hoping to work in the automotive industry should consider in a December 2014 article.