Merit Scholarships are awarded based on academic performance (GPA). Although completely optional, test superscores (SAT/ACT) will also be considered for merit scholarship, if officially submitted. Test scores will never negatively influence either a student's University application or merit scholarship consideration. Transfer Merit Scholarships are based on GPA from a minimum of 24 credit hours earned at the transfer institution. All accepted applicants are reviewed by the scholarship review committee.
Upgrades to Merit Scholarships will be considered based on updated official transcripts (GPA) and test scores received by February 1, 2021. Following February 1, only the GPA and test scores submitted at time of application will be considered. Kettering will adhere to this deadline regardless of changes/cancelations made by ACT or CollegeBoard.