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Kettering University Web Login Guide
Are you a student, teacher or authorized user of Kettering University?
Once you are logged in you will be able to view
- My Kettering account
- student portal
- online learning
- university profile
- Webmail portal
Kettering University Web Login
- Go to https://www.kettering.edu/user/login
- You will be asked to enter
- Username (Enter your Kettering University username.)
- Password (Enter the password that accompanies your username.)
- Then click Log In
Simple and easy tips for any website which requires a login and password.
- Always keep your username and password safe this might sound like common sense, but a lot of people leave it lying about.
- Always log out of the site especially if you are suing a shared computer.
- Use different passwords for different sites. This way if you do get compromised it will just be for that one site.
- If you are using one email to login never use the same password for the email as the site, you will be using. That was they will have total control over your email.
- Do not use your birthday or partners name or pets name.
- Always try and add a number or special symbol such as $ or *.
- Remember the harder you make it the less chance you have of getting hacked.
- If the site used 2 factor authentication use it. This normally means a code will be sent to your cell phone to make sure it’s you.
- Be safe.
About Kettering University
“The institution was founded in 1919 as The School of Automobile Trades and opened under the direction of Albert Sobey to train engineering and management personnel. In 1923, the school became the Flint Institute of Technology offering a four-year cooperative education program, and enrolling more than 600 students. Recognizing the potential of cooperative education, the General Motors Corporation took over financial support of the school in 1926, renamed it General Motors Institute, and started utilizing the facility to develop engineers and managers. In 1945, the Institute added a fifth-year thesis requirement and became a degree-granting college with a continuing commitment to cooperative education.”
GM divested itself of ownership of the school in 1982 and the schools was renamed GMI Engineering & Management Institute. Also in 1982, the institution began offering graduate programs to on- and off-campus students”