The outside of the Hamar House, where the Center for Diversity and Inclusion is located, in summer.

Michigan Technological University is located within Ojibwa (Chippewa) homelands and ceded-territory established by the Treaty of 1842, the territory of Native American nations in Gakiiwe’onaning (Keweenaw Bay), Gete-gitgaaning (Lac Vieux Desert), Mashkii-ziibing (Bad River), Odaawaa-zaaga’iganing (Lac Courte Oreilles), Waaswaaganing (Lac Du Flambeau), Miskwaabikong (Red Cliff), Wezaawaagami-ziibiing (St. Croix), and Zaka’aaganing (Sokaogon Mole Lake). 

The Center for Diversity and Inclusion, located in the Hamar House at Michigan Technological University, fosters student success by providing engaging programs that create safe spaces for students of multiple social and cultural identities.

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