Michigan Tech is dedicated to learning in an immersive, hands-on, first-person environment. We intentionally recruit students who seek out tactile disciplines and learn best when actively involved in the work. That's not going to change.
We want you in the lab. We want you collaborating with your Enterprise team. We want you immersed in cutting-edge, hands-on discovery in research laboratories, in the field, in the community, in the forest, in water, and in the air. We want you to take part in passionate intellectual debates with students and faculty from different perspectives that lead to new knowledge and personal growth. We want you in the library late at night making that one (maybe last-minute) discovery that makes everything make sense. But as part of the ongoing effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, we have had to adjust what a Michigan Tech education looks like.
Returning to Campus Safely
On August 27, we began on-campus learning and teaching for the fall. If it becomes necessary, we will take action through our MTU Flex campus Health and Safety Levels to adjust campus operations in order to keep our Husky community safe.
MTU Flex will allow us to keep delivering the same high-quality course materials regardless of what the public health situation calls on us to do to keep you safe. We are prepared to pivot between face-to-face and remote instruction at any point during the fall semester to ensure that your educational experience stays as seamless as possible. Our academic support services will be available along the way,
Michigan Tech's faculty rose to the challenge of suddenly switching to remote instruction with the suspension of face-to-face classes this spring. And, with the help of the Center for Teaching and Learning, they are continuing to incorporate new ideas, creative teaching strategies, and innovative methods for instruction into remote class sessions. Michigan Tech has amazing thinkers, strategists, experimenters, creatives, and most importantly, teachers. MTU Flex will allow students to directly benefit from the strengths of our faculty through an organized system that will take the "what if?" guesswork out of the equation for everyone.
If you have questions regarding MTU Flex, contact the MTU Flex Task Force at firstname.lastname@example.org.