Student Activities provides a wide variety of opportunities for students to get involved outside the classroom.  From fraternities and sororities to the Outdoor Adventure Program and Late Night Programming, there are plenty of activities for you to get involved and stay active.  Student Activities also hosts wellness programs and resources, community service events, campus traditions, and leadership programs.  If that isn't enough though, consider a leadership position in any one of our 200+ student organizations!   

Student Organization Spotlight

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ACM@MichiganTech

ACM@MichiganTech is a student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery. We aim to better all things related to computing at Michigan Tech, including career opportunities, student activities and interdepartmental communication. We put on a major hackathon called TechHacks, assist with the planning of BonzAI Brawl, work with the university to put on major specific career fairs, and attempt to send students to major events across the country. If you want to become better at your craft, help advocate for more value out of your degree, or even have general interest in computing, ACM@MichiganTech welcomes you with open arms!

Student Organization Spotlight

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MEDLIFE

We are a student chapter of the international nonprofit organization, MEDLIFE, which stands for Medicine, Education, and Development for Low-Income Families Everywhere.
As our name suggests, we are a humanitarian group dedicated to local and international volunteer work, and raising awareness concerning issues of global health and poverty.
Our chapter is open to anyone who wants to make a positive impact in the fields of medicine, education, and development here and around the world!  

Student Organization Spotlight

Canterbury House

The Canterbury House International Tutoring Center is a student organization that is dedicated to working with international students, faculty, and their spouses for the improvement of conversational English, cultural understanding, and reading and writing skills. The Canterbury House hosts a number of weekly events to engage students in global discussions and cultural experiences.