Resources for Graduate Students
Have a question or concern? You’re in the right place. This list of resources will quickly point you in the right direction—saving you time and letting you get back to your studies faster. If you have additional questions, contact your graduate program director: Hugh Gorman for the Environmental and Energy Policy program and the Industrial Heritage and Archaeology program.
During fall and spring semesters, seminars focusing on topics of interest to graduate students are generally held on Wednesdays or Fridays. Because they are held from noon to 1 p.m. you’ll hear them called the Brown Bag Talk around the department. Specific information regarding the guest speaker and location will be announced in the Graduate Student calendar.
Learn about honors and awards for graduate students, including Finishing Fellowships and DeVlieg Foundation Fellowships.
Learn about external funding opportunities by deadline and research area.
Read information on the several types of assistantships Michigan Tech offers to support students during their education.
Find the current rates for tuition and fees.
Find local jobs in the community or on campus.
Discover how the GSG serves all graduate students by seeking to enrich their professional and personal development through events, advocacy, and service.
Get involved, stay informed, find support, and explore the community.
Connect to Michigan Tech's online community.
Find mentorship opportunities, workshops, and more.
Learn about the Houghton Community Health Center, a division of Portage Health, located at the Student Development Complex (SDC).
Anonymously report unusual behavior or alarming events on campus.