We recommend that you make your travel and lodging reservations early. Accommodation information is available on the websites listed below.
Decide if you want to look for a hotel/motel, a bed & breakfast or maybe a cabin, cottage or vacation home rental, various options are available in the local area.
Michigan Tech offers several housing options for guests in the area. The Memorial Union has guest rooms, and the Hillside Place apartment complex has fully furnished apartments available.
The Keweenaw has 1,200 rooms available in summer and 900 rooms available in winter, ranging from national brand hotel rooms to historic inns to private cottages on Lake Superior.
Hillside Place Apartments
We are pleased to offer Michigan Tech's newest apartment community to Reunion attendees! Each apartment has four private bedrooms with a shared kitchen, living room, and two bathrooms (Note: Most bedrooms have one twin bed, a limited amount of double beds are available)
The cost is $40 per person per night. Please call Trish Bennett to reserve at 906.487.1839
- Linens are provided (sheets, blankets, towels)
- Kitchen utensils and pots and pans are not provided
- Pets are not permitted
- Accessible rooms are available upon request
- Alcohol is permitted in the apartment, but not in common spaces
To view apartment layouts and photos, please visit http://www.mtu.edu/housing/apartments/hillside-place/
Memorial Union Building
The Memorial Union has four well-appointed guest rooms which include queen-size beds, cable TV, private baths, refrigerators, and free parking. Call 906-487-2543 for availability.
Multiple rental, taxi, and other transportation services are available in the local area.
Michigan Tech is located in Upper Michigan's beautiful Keweenaw Peninsula. The campus is located on US-41 on the eastern side of the city of Houghton.
Michigan's Upper Peninsula has historically been the destination of those seeking adventure and relaxation. As mainland Michigan's northernmost point, the Keweenaw accentuates the features and conditions that make the U.P. attractive as well as those found in the boreal forests of the far north.