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.
Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being offers a wide variety of services to Michigan Tech students, aiming to provide the most effective care to students.
The Dean of Students Office is a resource center for all Michigan Tech students. Our goal is to guide, support, and, on occasion, challenge students in their academic and personal endeavors. Student success is at the heart of our work.
Michigan Technological University Emergency Medical Services, as part of the Department of Public Safety and Police Services, provides free, reliable, timely, and quality first medical response 24 hours a day, seven days a week to the Michigan Tech community and its visitors.
Graduate student life is about more than just classes and research. Michigan Tech and the local community have many opportunities for grad students to get involved, find support, stay informed, and explore. Take advantage of the resources your new community offers you!
No one in the Husky family should ever be concerned about when or where they get their next meal. The Husky Food Access Network (FAN) is an on-campus resource to ensure no Husky ever goes hungry.
The Ombuds Office provides confidential and informal problem solving for members of the Michigan Tech academic community, including conflict resolution and mediation services.
The Office of Academic and Community Conduct continually strives to support a culture of integrity at Michigan Tech. All participants in the conduct process are treated fairly and with respect to resolve issues in an atmosphere of honesty and trust.
The residence halls at Michigan Technological University are a place to build relationships, learn life skills, and develop your world view. Students in the residence halls will build an inclusive and supportive community. All members will become conscientious, resilient, and prosperous through active engagement in their own progression.
Information and resources to help with incidents of sexual misconduct and behavior that violate Title IX. This may include, but is not limited to, the following: sexual harassment, sexual assault, stalking, intimate partner/dating violence, and domestic violence.
The Waino Wahtera Center for Student Success encourages the growth of Michigan Tech students through the development of relationships, attitudes, values, and skills. We support students and their families with the transition to University life and the navigation of its many challenges and opportunities.
The Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter Home offers a safe place for victims of domestic violence and their children. If you’re in immediate danger, call 911. We work to provide ways to access safety and support when escaping violence and abuse.
The mission of Dial Help is to promote the physical, emotional, and social well-being of our communities. We accomplish this goal by providing problem assistance, crisis intervention, referrals, education, and training.
Students have access to several local community health resources, including walk-in clinics, primary care clinics, an on-campus pharmacy, sports medicine centers, and local hospitals.
Michigan Crisis and Access Line (MiCAL) staff will provide Michiganders with crisis and warm line services, informational resources, and facilitated coordination with local systems of care such as community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), prepaid inpatient health plans (PIHPs), and other applicable entities. MiCAL will be staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and will offer support through phone, text, and chat.
Substance Abuse Resources
The Great Lakes Recovery Center is a nonprofit CARF-accredited agency specializing in substance abuse and mental health treatment for youth, families, and adults. We offer treatment services by certified counselors and licensed professionals in many communities across Michigan’s picturesque Upper Peninsula.
Al-Anon Family Groups are for families and friends who have been affected by a loved one’s drinking. Nearly 16,000 groups meet weekly throughout the US, Canada, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico. Al-Anon Family Groups meet in more than 130 countries, and Al-Anon literature is available in more than 40 languages.
Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.
The Department of Public Safety and Police Services at Michigan Technological University is staffed by trained, certified State of Michigan police officers who have full law enforcement authority (including the power of arrest) throughout Houghton County.
Michigan Tech is committed to providing an environment that is respectful and supportive. If you have witnessed or experienced behaviors or events that you believe impede these efforts for you personally, or for a friend or colleague, please report them to the University using one of our Report a Concern forms.
Members of the Michigan Tech community may report items of concern using this anonymous
Appropriate reasons to use this tip form include concern about someone's well-being or observations of unusual behavior.