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.
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 students with shared interests.
Douglass Houghton Hall
Douglass Houghton Hall—also known as DHH—is the oldest residence hall at Michigan Tech. Students love the building’s historical architecture and location in the heart of campus. It houses 350 people.
Wadsworth Hall, known around campus as “Wads,” is Michigan Tech’s largest residence hall, housing more than 1,000 students. Wads is home to many first-year students and features the following learning communities . . .
Daniell Heights Apartments
Daniell Heights Apartments offer one and two-bedroom units for student families, graduate students, and undergraduates aged twenty-one and older. Utilities are included (with the exception of phone service; residents who sign up for local phone service receive free domestic long distance). Apartments are furnished, including stove and refrigerator, and each building shares a free washer and dryer.
Hillside Place Apartments
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. Each furnished apartment contains four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a living space with panoramic views. All utilities are included, and residents enjoy a fully equipped kitchen with modern amenities (electric range, microwave oven, and full-size refrigerator), laundry facilities, study lounges, a fitness center, and more.
Michigan Tech Apartments
The Michigan Tech Apartments, which consist of Hillside Place Apartments and Daniell Heights Apartments, offer on-campus living options for transfer, upperclass, and graduate students (not available for first-year students).