The goal of the Office of Academic and Community Conduct is to resolve issues in an atmosphere of honesty and trust with integrity in the process. All participants in the conduct process will be treated fairly and with respect.
Collects, interprets, and maintains financial information while providing customer service and training.
Plans, directs, and administers university goals and activities; supervises and provides leadership for the A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum, Business Operations, Athletics, Facilities Management, University Images/Campus Store, Dining Services, Academic Human Resources, Human Resources, the Memorial Union Building, the Rozsa Center for Performing Arts and Sports and Recreation.
Provides systems support, data administration, and solutions to meet the University's administrative business needs; responsible for insuring the security and integrity of the University's administrative system and database.
Supports undergraduate students in the application and admissions processes.
Office of Advancement, Michigan Tech Fund, and the Office of Innovation and Industry Engagement at Michigan Technological University. Support through encouragement of private gifts, balancing the interest of donors with the needs of the University, and connecting corporations and foundations with the University.
Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Alumni Association, which provides a mutually beneficial link between alumni and the university, other alumni, and students (future alumni), and responsible for carrying out the Association’s programs.
Houses a wide variety of print, graphic, and manuscript resources covering University and campus life, towns and cities in the Keweenaw, and the companies, social organizations, events, and personalities of the Copper Country and Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
The governing body for Michigan Tech.
Involved in planning and forecasting work that is necessary for the continued success of the institution.
The University’s full-service, on-campus store and textbook source.
Provides career development and placement assistance to undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni.
Focuses on lifelong learning for traditional and nontraditional students. Outreach and MultiEthnic Programs supports the recruitment, retention, and graduation of students. Michigan Tech provides all students opportunities to enhance their diversity and world views.
Dedicated to the improvement of instruction on campus, the CTL provides workshops, scheduled individual consultations, and walk-in hours for instructors regarding best practices in both pedagogy and instructional technology. The CTL also recognizes outstanding teaching through the Academy of Teaching Excellence and annual distinguished teaching awards, and administers the SPEAK test to international graduate students whose first language is not English.
Sells tickets for all Michigan Tech events; Community Programs registration location.
Sells chemicals and scientific supplies to faculty and students and handles the receiving of all shipments for the Department of Chemistry.
Responsible for University investments, financial reporting, and for overseeing all accounting functions of the University, including travel, accounts receivable, accounts payable, billing and cashiers, purchasing, and the property office, as well as for directing the finance and administrative operations of the Michigan Tech Fund.
Develops and coordinates information technology decision-making and policy.
Preschool and childcare center serving children from birth to six years of age.
Provides regularly scheduled fitness and recreational opportunities for youth and adults.
Provides free, confidential academic and personal counseling services to all Michigan Tech undergraduate and graduate students and their significant others.
The Dean of Students Office at Michigan Tech is a resource center for all students at the University. Our goal is to guide, support, and on occasion, challenge students in their academic and personal endeavors. Student success is at the heart of our work.
Offers services that create a quality dining experience for faculty, staff, students, and visitors alike and enhance the sense of community on campus, including catering, residential dining, retail dining, concessions, and vending.
Coordinates an undergraduate student enrollment plan as well as student and academic-related support services.
Mission: to provide a safe, clean, efficient workplace for all students, faculty, and staff of Michigan tech.
Assists students in obtaining and managing financial aid, including scholarships, grants, loans and work-study.
A full-service tennis center: features a newly resurfaced court; offers tennis lessons; memberships available.
Serves as the chief administrative officer in areas of governmental and legal activities.
The Portage Medical Clinic is a health center located at the SDC and provided by the Houghton Community Health Center, a division of Portage Health; services available by appointment; in addition to staffing full-time doctors, the facility offers rehabilitation services, a workout room, complete with trainers, and a pharmacy.
Oversees housing assignments, housing facilities, apartment life and residence life.
We provide services for faculty, staff, and students in the areas of computing, networking, telephony, satellite and cable television, software systems, enterprise computing, classroom technology, and online learning.
Develops, maintains, and transforms data into information critical to University planning, policy-making, and reporting and provides consultation on analyses of University issues.
Facilitates the University’s development of an environment that is free from prejudicial discrimination or harassment and that is conducive to learning and individual growth for all campus members and visitors.
Independent appraisal function that examines and evaluates activities as a service to the University.
Supports prospective and current international students studying at Michigan Tech, as well as Michigan Tech students interested in studying abroad.
Provides daily departmental mail delivery and can offer lower cost UPS and FedEx shipping rates and reduced-rate permit mailings. Additional services include envelope stuffing, sorting, and addressing.
Provides many in-house services including conference rooms, special event spaces, guest rooms, bowling alley and billiards room. Also home to the Keweenaw Commons Food Court, Dining Services Office, Catering Services Office, USG, Student Organizations Office, Student Activities Office and the Campus Bookstore.
A not-for-profit, tax-exempt corporation established in 1965 under the laws of the State of Michigan. Existing solely for the benefit of Michigan Tech and its students, the Tech Fund promotes, receives, invests, and disburses gifts for the University's goals and needs.
The Michigan Mine Safety & Health Training Program, located within the Department of Geology and Mining Engineering and Sciences at Michigan Tech, provides training and compliance assistance at Michigan mines.
Downhill ski center with 24 runs, a 440-foot vertical drop, and a terrain park; both day and season passes available; offers lessons and equipment rentals.
The official Mineral Museum of Michigan, with the largest mineral collection of the Great Lakes region on public display; one of North America’s great mineral museums; see museum website for hours and admission.
Provides the technical resources to help University management, faculty, and staff create a safe and healthy environment for students, employees, and visitors. Primary areas of responsibility include life, laboratory, occupational, and radiation safety, as well as fire protection and environmental protection and health.
Provides assistance in resolving conflicts, disputes, or complaints on an informal basis.
18-hole golf course: features a fully appointed pro shop and full-service bar and grill; sponsors women’s, men’s, and youth leagues; single and family memberships available.
The president of the University is the chief executive officer, appointed by and reporting to the Board of Control, and is ultimately responsible for all aspects of Michigan Tech.
The Print Shop is a full-service, on-campus facility providing custom copy and print services to the University community, including color and black-and-white copies, press and bindery services, and, of course, printing, from business cards and letterhead to booklets and posters.
The provost and vice president for academic affairs is the chief academic officer of the University and is responsible for working with students, faculty, staff, and administrators in the conceptualization, development, implementation, and continuous improvement of academic programs and services. The Provost also acts as chief executive officer in the absence of the president.
The unit with primary responsibility for maintaining a safe and secure environment at Michigan Tech.
Provides accurate and secure academic and biographical information in compliance with University-accepted policies and procedures, as well as administration of the functions necessary for an effective and readily available academic support system.
Offers faculty researchers help in identifying potential funding sources, proposal writing, and submission; also provides support for developing budgets and complying with federal and state regulations; particularly supports efforts to tie together research programs with undergraduate and graduate education and with community, government, and industrial partners.
The Rozsa Center presents world-class performances for Michigan Tech and the local community, including the Great Events Series and productions by the University’s Department of Fine Arts, and coordinates Class Acts, an outreach series of daytime performing arts events held at the Center for local students in grades K-12.
The representative body for the University’s academic and research faculty and professional staff, including staff employed at independent research units.
Provides the opportunity for active lifestyles, among students, faculty and staff, and community members. Operates Michigan Tech's recreational facilities--including the Student Development Complex--and provides youth and adult community programs.
Strives to foster development of the whole student through experiences focusing on learning and leading in an ever changing environment.
Provides a rich array of activities, programs, and services in collaboration with faculty colleagues to engage students in the life of the University and enhance student learning.
Serves as the coordinating area for student records information utilized by the University.
Primary duties include: receive payment of tuition bills; cash checks (up to $100) with picture ID; process non-MTU scholarship checks; receive payment of rent (monthly) for the Daniell Heights Apartments; process department deposits; and process pre-payment plan contracts.
Provides a wide range of recreation and fitness programs and facilities to keep members, including both students and community members, healthy, fit, and entertained.
Offers the following services: ID cards and badging, UPS shipping, mailbox and locker rentals, faxing, laminating, photocopying, Express Cash, Dining Services meal plans, ticket sales and postage stamps. A Kodak photo kiosk is also available at the service center for printing photos from various storage devices.
Responsible for providing voice, data, and video services, as well as telecommunications infrastructure, to all members of the University community.
The representative voice of Michigan Tech's undergraduate student body.
Carries the latest styles in Michigan Tech apparel, along with a wide range of gifts and souvenirs, select hockey equipment, and sporting goods.
Shapes and elevates the perceptions of Michigan Tech through the creative use of all media--the stewards of the University’s image and reputation.