Your residence hall is way more than just a place to crash. It’s where you’ll make great new friends and create some of your most memorable Michigan Tech experiences. It’s also where you’ll eat on campus most days.
Get to know your housing options at Michigan Tech. Our three residence halls—Douglass Houghton Hall, McNair Hall, and Wadsworth Hall—aren’t just clones of one another. Each has its own style, its own personality, and its own individual houses within the hall geared towards helping students develop community. Hillside Place offers apartment-style living to students of sophomore standing or higher, transfer students, students over the age of twenty-one, and international students.
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All Michigan Tech block meal plans offer unlimited access to the residence hall dining rooms. Whether you choose the Silver, Gold, or Platinum plan, be sure to show up when the kitchen is open.
The difference in block meal plans boils down to the amount of guest passes and dining dollars you get.
Guest passes can be used at any of the residential dining rooms, so share them with your family and off-campus friends for an all-you-can-eat meal.
Dining Dollars are pre-loaded on your student ID and are accepted at the Campus Café, Aftermath Café, Library Café, Fusion, the Memorial Union Building Food Court, Coaches Corner, Mont Ripley, and vending machines. You can add more Dining Dollars to your account anytime.
Questions? Contact Dining Services at 906-487-2664.