The Waino Wahtera Center for Student Success provides staff and services to help you succeed as a student at Michigan Tech.
If you have academic or personal concerns that may be inhibiting your success as a student, our staff are available to assist you. Contact us at 906-487-3558, email email@example.com, or stop by our office located on the first floor of the Administration Building.
Academic success workshops, exercises, and other services are available to student organizations by request. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a meeting to discuss your needs.
Academic Advisor meetings are opportunities for first-year students to learn about major requirements, ask questions, and meet faculty members. Meetings are held each fall and spring semester prior to registration for the following semester, and all first-year students are strongly encouraged to attend.
You will receive notification by email directing you to the First-Year Academic Advising Meetings list. Please read it carefully and if you have any questions, follow up with your department's office. If you need assistance at anytime, please contact your academic advisor for an appointment.
Academic Success Course Work
The Wahtera Center offers a variety of courses designed to enhance academic and personal success. Visit Success Skills Courses for more information.
Academic Success Workshops
The Center has developed workshops designed to teach students how to be deeper and more effective learners. For more information please contact Heather Simpson.
The ExSEL Program offers academic support through services such as peer mentoring, study skills and time management techniques, academic progress monitoring, campus resource referrals, campus and community involvement events, and career and personal development seminars. The program is a comprehensive partnership between the Wahtera Center for Student Success and all colleges and schools on campus, and is aimed at increasing student success and retention.
The ExSEL Program is open to all undergraduate students at Michigan Tech. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Any first-year student receiving two or more unsatisfactory (UN) grades at midterm will have a meeting scheduled with success staff from the Wahtera Center or a collaborating area on campus. This meeting is intended to provide suggestions for opportunities to improve their performance.