The President's Office

The President of the University is the chief executive officer, appointed by and reporting to the Board of Trustees. The President is ultimately responsible for all aspects of Michigan Technological University.


Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

The Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs is the chief academic officer of the university, responsible for the quality of Michigan Tech’s academic programs and its faculty. A member of the university's executive team and ex-officio on the University Senate, the provost leads the Deans Council and the Academic Forum, which includes all academic deans, chairs and directors, to develop academic policy and procedure. The provost also leads the accreditation effort through the Open Pathway  of the Higher Learning Commission.


Executive Director of Financial Services and Operations; Treasurer of the Board of Trustees

Oversees all financial functions of the University and the Michigan Tech Fund and is the treasurer of the Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees is the governing body for Michigan Technological University.


Vice President for Administration

Our departments are dedicated to advancing the mission, vision, and goals of the University through effective and efficient administrative and support services. We provide services to faculty, staff, students, and the community to accomplish Michigan Tech’s goals in a safe, healthy, and attractive setting.


Vice President for Research

The VP for Research offers faculty researchers help in identifying potential funding sources, proposal writing, and submission. The office also provides support for developing budgets and complying with federal and state regulations.


Vice President for Student Affairs and Advancement

Student Affairs and Advancement at Michigan Tech is comprised of a diverse variety of departments, staff members, and programs, but our focus on student success is single-minded and unwavering. Our programs, services, and initiatives aim to assist our incredible students in becoming the individuals they were always meant to be.