Whether you’ve just been accepted or you’re ready to start moving in, there’s a lot you need to know about as a new Michigan Tech student.

In the months leading up to your arrival at Tech, you’ll receive several publications in the mail. These pieces contain important information about your enrollment, financial aid, housing, summer Reading as Inquiry assignment, Orientation, and more, so be sure to read and hang on to them. Some you'll receive when you arrive to campus. You’ll find additional information, including expected arrival times, for each publication below.

Michigan Tech Guide

Mailed: Upon acceptance to the University
The Michigan Tech Guide is your informational guidebook to Michigan Tech. In it you’ll find comprehensive details about enrollment, housing, tuition and financial aid, residential and commuter resources, parking, student health and wellness, and more. Your Michigan Tech Guide will arrive with your new Michigan Tech email address and student ID number (M Number), plus login instructions for accessing your personal University web portal, MyMichiganTech.

Mailed: Early summer
Fall will be here before you know it—time to start thinking about Orientation. The Orientation mailer provides the details about your first week on campus—move-in weekend, your Orientation schedule and activities, Parent and Family Orientation, Sibling Orientation, and more.

Summer Reading Mailer

Mailed: Mid summer
This mailer is meant to prepare students and families for the summer Reading as Inquiry events that happen during Orientation Week.

Orientation Week Schedule

Received: At Orientation Check-in
This is the complete Orientation Week Schedule that new students will receive at New Student Check-in at the Rozsa Lobby.

Transfer Orientation Schedule

Received: At Transfer Orientation
Transfer student Orientation may be shorter than first-year Orientation, but it’s no less important. Your Orientation will provide everything you need for a seamless transition to Michigan Tech—information about campus resources, academics, advising, and more—so pay attention to your schedule and plan accordingly.

  Parent and Family Orientation Schedule

Received: At Orientation Check-In
Parent and Family Orientation will take place on Saturday & Sunday, August 20-21. You will have the opportunity to hear from Orientation Team Leaders, the Dean of Students, and choose from a variety of information sessions.