Student Body Diversity

As an institution of Christian higher education, Kettering College actively seeks and values individuals from diverse backgrounds and beliefs. Diversity among students, faculty, and staff greatly enriches the educational experience and produces graduates who are able to provide high quality, whole-person care to the communities they serve.

 

 

Every year, Kettering College takes a group of students, faculty, and staff to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by participating in the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial March in downtown Dayton. 

For information or questions about diversity or inclusion at Kettering College, please contact Laura Edwards, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at laura.edwards@kc.edu.

 

Data provided is from fall semester 2014
  All Students     Full-Time Students  
ETHNICITY Male Female Total Percent   Male Female Total Percent
Nonresident Alien 1 0 1 0.1%   1 0 1 0.2%
American Indian/Alaskan Native 0 2 2 0.3%   0 2 2 0.4%
Asian 12 23 35 4.6%   6 17 23 5.2%
Black or African American 10 25 35 4.6%   8 9 17 3.8%
Hispanic/Latino 7 18 25 3.3%   3 11 14 3.1%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0 1 1 0.1%   0 1 1 0.2%
Race and ethnicity unknown 3 6 9 1.2%   2 0 2 0.4%
Two or more races 3 12 15 2.0%   2 8 10 2.2%
White 119 518 637 83.8%   70 306 376 84.3%
Totals 155 605 760 100.0%   92 354 446 100.0%
                   
PELL GRANTS Pct                
Full-time student recipients 34.0%