School Clubs and Groups
At Michigan Tech, you’ll find more than 200 student organizations covering everything from athletics to academics to professional development. Tackle something new or join one of the School's clubs, and spend your free time doing what you love.
The Birdbums is a student organization that brings together birdwatchers of all skill levels and interests. If you love birds and would like to learn more about them, join the Birdbums at their next meeting or field trip.
The mission of the Forestry Club is to advance the science and education of forest ecosystem management in a sustainable manner. The club is a student chapter of the Society of American Foresters. Students in all majors are welcome.
Michigan Tech's Alpha Eta Chapter of this national forestry honor society provides tutoring, maintains the School's library, and hosts the School's annual symposium. All students in a forest resources management curriculum are welcome, regardless of major. Application for membership is by invitation only, based on GPA and character.
Society of Conservation Biologists
Members of this Michigan Tech student chapter come from biology, ecology, forestry, and engineering backgrounds, promote conservation, and actively engage in educating peers, the community, and area school children.
This student chapter at Michigan Tech promotes wetland education, resources, and forums encouraging wetland protection, restoration, and stewardship through chapter project. Students in all majors are welcome.
Michigan Tech's student chapter of The Wildlife Society works with professionals in wildlife and related fields, participates in a yearly trip to the Wolf/Bear Centers in Ely, Minnesota, volunteers with the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, and provides valuable hands-on wildlife experience for club members.
This is a social club that meets weekly during the year. It's a fun way to get exercise, relieve stress, and enjoy the company of fellow students and the School's faculty and staff. All levels of ability are welcome.