Health and Safety


Michigan Tech University offers a large range of Student Health Services.

In addition, the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) offers a Health and Wellness Resource Center, located at the bottom of the stairs in the basement of the Hamar House (Building 13).

The Health and Wellness Resource Center provides information on the following topics:

  • Monthly self-conducted breast exams
  • Eating disorders
  • Violence against women
  • Sexual assault and date rape drugs
  • Sexually transmitted infections
  • Sexual orientation and gender identity
  • Safer sex information and resources (including free condoms and dental dams)
  • Community-specific health concerns (including information for women, students of color, and LGBTQIA+ students)

In addition, CDI provides a lactation room at the top of the stairs on the second floor to provide a private space for nursing mothers, as well as free pregnancy tests.

Other Wellness Resources

Health Education and Awareness Initiatives:

On-Campus Fitness:

Break Time FLSA Protections for Nursing Employees:


While Michigan Tech is one of the safest schools in the country to attend, we still provide resources and support services to ensure that students feel secure at all times and have access to information and assistance that will help ensure their continuing safety. There are also a number of resources and support services available in the local community.

Prevention Resources

Advocacy and Support Services

Safe Spaces

Complaint Procedures