Reunion 2017 | August 3–5

  • Register for Reunion
  • Schedule of Events
  • Plan Your Stay

More than 70,000 Huskies around the world share memories of being tested by epic snowstorms—and exams. Of building engines, bridges—and careers. Of meeting the professor, or roommate—or mentor that changed their lives forever. Michigan Tech alumni reunite annually to celebrate traditions. To create connections. Each year we highlight specific classes, sports teams, and as always, our Golden M's. But Huskies from every year are welcome. Come back and see your Michigan Tech family. And bring yours. Questions? Just ask.

New This Year!

Join us on Wednesday, August 2 for Family U, a day that brings generations together for fun and learning on the campus of Michigan Tech. For mor information and to register click here.

Reconnect with Friends

Golden M's

The Golden M Club is our celebrated group of Michigan Tech alumni who graduated 50 or more years ago. Attend events for activities honoring these Half-Century Huskies on Friday, August 4.

Honored Class Years

  • 1957—Reunion Chair Tom Coleman
  • 1967—Reunion Chair John Calder
  • 1977—Reunion Chair Mark Mitchell, MD
  • 1987—Reunion Co-Chairs Cindy Hodges and Carrie Schaller
  • 1992—Reunion Chair Lisa Wysocki
  • 1997—Reunion Chair Jen (Witer) Maynard and Steve Maynard
  • 2007—Reunion Chair Gowtham (G)

Honored Groups

  • Women of Michigan Tech
  • Michigan Tech Student Foundation
  • Men's Basketball

See What's Changed

Take a guided tour of campus, sit in a lecture hall for Tech Talks, and visit your department and favorite professors.

Explore the Keweenaw

The top of Brockway Mountain. Portage Lake Golf Course fairways. McLain State Park breakwater. From the depths of Quincy Shaft to the sands of White City, Copper Harbor to Covered Drive, you know the way. Take someone there for the first time. Camp, bike, kayak, fish, or just kick back and contemplate the view. Renew your friendship with the Copper Country. Trip planning tips, calendars—even an award-winning app—at the Keweenaw Convention & Visitor's Bureau.