International Alumni

Thank you for your continued interest in Michigan Tech's global community. Whether you're an international student now working in the US or you're a US citizen working abroad, you are a valued ambassador for Michigan Tech. We value and appreciate your efforts to strengthen and enrich the network of your University and its international alumni.

Going Back, Giving Back, Coming Together

We invite you to share your Tech memories. Tell us about that favorite place or person, what surprised you most about the University or life in the Keweenaw. There are many additional ways to maintain your alliances with fellow alumni, network to expand your career, and to help future students. Explore these opportunities to be a resource for Michigan Tech.

Annual Fund

Your contributions help with scholarships, University-wide priorities, and academic departments.

Social Media

Facebook is your destination for international interaction. Share fun photos, celebrate life events, and organize meet-ups wherever you may be.

Share Your Profile

Join our collection of alumni profiles and be one of our featured alumni. Fill out our questionnaire to get started.


Introduce future students to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics at Michigan Tech.


Share your career experiences with a current student or new graduate through the LinkedIn network created exclusively for alumni, including two networks specifically set up for alumni from China and India.

1888 |

The University welcomes its first international student, from Toyotsu Buzen, Japan.


1924 |

The inaugural edition of the Keweenawan yearbook explains that many Chinese students came from Tsing Hua College in Peking to study engineering in the US.

1989 |

The Parade of Nations and Multicultural Fest debuts, promoting worldwide culture and international awareness. It's still going strong.


2010 |

Khana Khazana, "Food Treasure," begins serving affordable, authentic cuisine. Brainchild of Indian students Sahil Thakkar and Komal Tayal, the taste extravaganza continues every Friday.


2015 |

"Life at Michigan Tech" hosts a two-part acculturation training series, Copper Country tours, a Global Social, International Games Night and several other events and activities for international students.