Take pride as a member of the Michigan Tech alumni family with over 62,000 members living and working in more than 100 nations around the world!
The Alumni reunion is a wonderful time to reunite with classmates and reminisce about your time at Michigan Tech.
Take advantage of continuing education and career planning and assistance, or even get help finding a job.
Being an alumnus of Michigan Tech has advantages other than a world-class education.
Stay current with department news and research.
What You Can Do
Take advantage of the vast network and resources the Office of Alumni Engagement has to offer.
Volunteering is a great way to give back to your alma mater while helping future and current young alumni.
Enjoy alumni events in your local area.
Tell us about yourself.
Charles (Jeff) Kellogg completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1966. He is the past President/CEO of Chateau Communities, Inc. of Englewood, Colorado. Chateau, Inc. is a self-administered and self-managed equity real estate investment trust and one of the largest owners/operators of manufactured housing communities in the United States; it is a public company and traded on the NYSE. Mr. Kellogg joined . . .
Paul Frair, originally from Glens Falls, New York, completed a baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1950. Prior to attending Michigan Tech, Mr. Frair served for four years in the US Army. Following graduation he worked for Waggaman & Collyer, General Contractors of Glens Falls, as a construction engineer. In 1952, Mr. Frair joined Herman Gundlach, Inc. and worked in all phases of general building construction, . . .
Terry Anderson completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1970. After spending six years on active duty with the US Army he joined the Michigan Department of Transportation. His MDOT career spanned over 32 years starting at the level of Transportation Engineer and retiring as a Senior Policy Executive in 2008. During this time he also simultaneously continued his career with the US Army. He served as a . . .