Student Leadership and Involvement

K-Day: Student Attendees

Student Leadership & Involvement is excited to bring you the first virtual component of our student organization involvement fair, Keweenaw Day! This year, K-Day will be both in-person and virtual to continue a long-standing tradition of connecting student leaders with student organizations while also doing our best to maintain health & safety measures. On Friday, September 11 from Noon–5 p.m., students will have the opportunity to meet and engage with student organizations on a variety of virtual platforms.

Participating in Virtual K-Day

Participating in In-Person K-Day

There is plenty to do during in-person K-Day!  You'll find lots of new people, music, games, and more.  Best of all, many of Michigan Tech's Registered Student Organizations will have booths set up all throughout campus so you can learn more about them and learn how you can get involved. With well over 240 Student Organizations at Michigan Tech, there is something for everyone!

During in-person K-Day, we require everyone wear a mask, follow the 6 foot physical distancing guidelines, and sanitize hands often.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

Thursday, September 17

Advanced Metalworks Enterprise

Alpine Ski Team

Blue Key

Consumer Product Manufacturing Enterprise

Innovative Global Solutions Enterprise

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

Mitch's Misfits

Mont Ripley Ski Patrol

Paintball Club

Phi Delta Chi

Event B: 1–3 p.m.

Ridge Roamers

Ski and Snowboard Club

Smithing Guild

Students for Sustainability

Student Leadership & Involvement

Swim Club

Theta Chi Epsilon

Women's Hockey

Women's Lacrosse

Monday, September 21

African Students Association

American Institute of Chemical Engineers

Alternative Energy Enterprise

Archery Club

Economics Club

Film Board

Geology/American Institute of Professional Geologists

Lutheran Collegians

Event C: 1–3 p.m.

Pre-health Association at Tech

Precision Drill Team

Strategic Education through Naval Systems Enterprise

Society of Women Engineers

Student Leadership & Involvement

Students for Life

Sustainable Van

Young Americans for Freedom

Tuesday, September 29

Student Leadership & Involvement

Tech Tutors

Sigma Phi Epsilon

Blizzard Baja

Built World Enterprise

Army ROTC

Club Basketball

Society of Automotive Engineers

MTU Sustainability House

Event D: 1–3 p.m.

Lambda Chi Alpha

Sigma Tau Gamma

Nordic Ski Club

His House

National Residence Hall Honorary

Wadsworth Hall Student Association

Fencing Club

Women's Ultimate

Society of Medical Lab Sciences

Orgs that already attended an in-person K-Day

Athletics

Copper Country Cycling Club

Cru

Delta Phi Epsilon

DevOps Club

Fastpitch Club Softball Team

Full Throttle Motorcycle Club

Golf Club of Michigan Tech

Kappa Delta Psi

Men's Rugby Football Club

National Society of  Black Engineers

Outdoor Venture Crew

Panhellenic Council

Puck Recreational Club

Railroad Engineering and Activities Club

Rowing Club

SAE Aero Design

Society of African American Men

Steel Bridge Team

Tau Kappa Epsilon

Triangle Fraternity

Women's Rugby Football Club

Alpha Sigma Tau

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

Broomball

Delta Upsilon

Interfraternity Council

Keweenaw Pride

Water Polo Club

Women's Soccer

 

Above the Bridge Records

Alpha Gamma Delta

Alpha Phi Omega

American Society of Civil Engineers

Biomedical Robots

Black Students Association

Circle K International Service Organization

Concordia Student Ministries

Cubing Club

Delta Sigma Phi

Four Wheelers

Keweenaw Youth for Climate Action

Materials United

Men's Club Hockey

Mind Trekkers

MUB Board

Phi Kappa Tau

Sigma Pi

Swing Club

Tennis Club

The Lode

MedLife

Mining Innovation

Mushing Club

Organization for Information Systems

Sigma Rho

Snowboard Race Team

Society of American Foresters

St. Albert the Great

Undergraduate Student Government