In order to support a safe and just campus community, the Conflict Resolution Network at Michigan Technological University is a diverse team of faculty and staff who approaches conflict resolution and student conduct from an educational, restorative and developmental perspective. The Conflict Resolution Network provides a variety of conflict resolution options, training, and services to guide faculty, staff, and students in managing and resolving conflict through a variety of conflict resolution options including: Conflict Coaching, Facilitated Dialogue, Mediation, Restorative Practices, and Shuttle Diplomacy.
Coordinate services and resources to assist the university community in engaging in restorative dialogues and resolving interpersonal conflicts.
If you would like details of a complaint or incident kept confidential, these below resources are not required to tell anyone your private, personally identifiable information unless there is a significant case of fear for your safety or the safety of others.
Michigan Tech Confidential Resources
- Michigan Tech Center for Student Mental Health and Well-Being is licensed in the state of Michigan. For an appointment contact them at 906-487-2538, email email@example.com, or stop by their office at 3rd Floor Admin Building. If you are new to their services, please contact them regarding reserving a spot during the drop-in counseling times. Also offered 24/7 is telemental health services to Michigan Tech students through My SSP (student support program).
- Michigan Tech Ombuds Office provides confidential mediation and conflict resolution services to students, staff and faculty. Email Susanna Peters at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Dial Help is available 24/7. Contact Dial Help at Crisis Call: 1-800-562-7622 or Crisis Text: 906-356-3337.