If you're up for the challenge of a premier education, we're here to support you from the day you step on campus for Orientation to the day you graduate with your dream job.
Why? Because Huskies stick together.
Career Services supports you in your career journey—from exploring careers to assisting with cover letters, resumes, and interview prep—you'll find support along the way. Upload your resume to the Handshake app and connect with employers who are actively looking to hire Huskies for co-ops, internships, and full-time job opportunities.
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) invites the Michigan Tech community to embrace diversity, inclusion, and social justice. Through programs, services, and mentoring, CDI provides academic and cultural experiences to foster an understanding and appreciation for our shared sense of community.
In addition, CDI provides outreach and support to underrepresented populations on campus, including women; African American, Native American, and Hispanic/Latinx students; and LGBTQIA* students.
Devoted to improving the overall well-being of Tech students, the Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being encourages students to embrace four facets of well-being: connect well, recharge well, live well, and play well. In addition, they provide a wide range of programs and services designed to address mental health, physical and sexual health, academic and career success, and social fulfillment.
The Dean of Students Office at Michigan Tech is a resource center for all students at the University, with the goal of guiding, supporting, and on occasion, challenging students in their academic and personal endeavors. Student success is at the heart of their work.
Michigan Tech is committed to ensuring that all qualified individuals with disabilities have the opportunity to take part in educational programs and services equally. Student Disability Services provides support and resources for students with or without a documented disability. Students do not need documentation of a disability to discuss strategies for college success.
ExSEL promotes student success through peer mentoring, study groups, campus resource referrals, and staff support. The ExSEL program also offers a Frameworks for Success course (UN1000) as a free elective which explores methods for becoming a more effective student, including individual learning styles, the skills and habits that support academic success, and campus resources.
Students who use the Learning Centers at Michigan Tech get better grades. The centers are free to use and staffed by upper-division students who have mastered the material, but still remember what it's like to struggle with it. Our learning centers include:
- Academic Success
- Biological Sciences
- Career Services
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering
- College of Business
- College of Computing
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Engineering Fundamentals
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Michigan Tech Writing Center
The J. R. Van Pelt and John and Ruanne Opie Library offers services and resources to meet your research needs and serves as the main computer lab on campus. Group study rooms, Windows and Mac workstations, 3D printing, productivity tools, and professional exam prep resources, as well as a meditation space and a mother's room are available.
The Wahtera Center for Student Success is dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of Michigan Tech students. Through mentoring opportunities, academic student success courses, and individual assistance, the Wahtera Center helps students develop skills and values that will benefit them throughout college and life.