Enjoy Our Inspiring Facilities
The vaulting wood pillars, the large woodcuts, the maple paneling in the building—they all symbolize our aspiration to educate students in natural resources.
Originally built in 1967, the U. J. Noblet Forestry and Wood Products Building was expanded in 2000 with the addition of Horner Hall and the Hesterberg Atrium.
Apply Classroom Knowledge
Classes are supplemented with first-rate laboratories.
- DNA Microarray Facility
- DNA Sequencing Facility
- Remote Sensing Labs
- Plant and Soil Ecology Labs
- Biotechnology Labs
- Wildlife Labs
Relax at the Otter River Cabin
Students can take a retreat at the secluded Otter River Cabin, built in 1934, to relax, make friends, and work on projects without distraction. The cabin, maintained by the Michigan Tech Forestry Club, is located about twenty miles southwest of campus.
Plan a Conference, Workshop, or Reunion
The historic Ford Center, located forty-two miles south of campus in Alberta, is a full-service conference facility. The ideal year-round location for research, education/technical trainings, business workshops, meetings, or reunions, the center offers lodging and catering services.