Michigan Tech will host a graduation walk for the Classes of 2021 and 2020 through campus on April 30. Graduates who want to participate must sign up before the celebration using the email link sent to all eligible graduates or the registration form in our graduation celebration FAQs. Students can invite up to six guests to walk with them. Face masks are required for all guests and graduates as is social distancing during the celebration. Michigan Tech remains committed to the health and safety of our campus community. From booking a photo session to regalia and food, get more celebration details in the FAQs.
Graduates and alumni, display your black-and-gold pride wherever you are. Celebrate graduation and your special connection with your fellow Huskies! Family, friends, and the community—support our graduates and follow along on social media through the hashtag #mtugrad or by watching the walk on our campus webcams.
Celebrating Michigan Tech Graduates
Celebrating the graduates of 2020 and 2021!
Watch the videos created for our 2020 and 2021 graduates.
View the graduating Husky's profiles and share them to your favorite social media channel using the hashtag #mtugrad.
Graduates, their loved ones, and our Husky community are invited to celebrate with us.
Joint Army and Air Force ROTC Commissioning Ceremony
Join the Army and Air Force ROTC on Zoom as they conduct a live stream commissioning ceremony on Saturday, May 1, 2021. The live stream begins at 7:30 a.m.
A recorded version of the joint Army and Air Force ROTC commissioning ceremony will be uploaded when it becomes available.
Graduates from Spring 2021—and previous 2020 graduates who missed participating—are invited to create a celebration profile. As profiles are approved, they will appear below. Display additional profiles or find a specific one by using the search or filtering features.
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This celebration website and the graduate profiles included are a symbolic celebration of graduation for the candidates. Inclusion does not constitute the completion of degree requirements, and this website is not an official list of graduates or honor recipients.