At Michigan Tech, you’ll find more than 200 student organizations covering everything from athletics to academics to professional development. These organizations are especially interesting to School of Technology students.
Computer Network and System Administration
The mission of this student organization is to promote an understanding of the profession of Information Technology (IT); serve as an information resource in the field; provide a medium to learn technical skills that are valuable to IT professionals; study and operation IT equipment.
Students become involved to expand beyond the classroom, knowledge in the construction industry and related fields; to enhance teamwork, commitment and socialization skills; and to benefit the University and the local community through volunteerism.
The club members promote railroad engineering at Michigan Technological University and raise the interest level of students of all disciplines. REAC provides its members with a means of exploring the industry, field trips, networking opportunities with corporations for future careers, scholarships, and a way to have fun while in college.
Electrical Engineering Technology
Established to be active in the field of Audio Engineering by participating in projects, speeches, activities, gatherings, and meetings; to be creative in the design of audio systems in all fields of Audio Engineering; the encouragement of new members into the society, to increase ideas among members; and to maintain a professional atmosphere at all times.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Michigan Tech IEEE is a student branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Benefits of membership include use of a lab with resources to assignments and for personal projects. In addition, the group hosts speakers, gives seminars/classes, and acts as a service organization for the ECE department.
The student chapter at Michigan Tech wants to advance the science of surveying; encourage improvement of university and college curriculums for surveying; provide a medium for expression of common interests and local exchange of ideas and knowledge.
Michigan Tech’s Delta Zeta Chapter of this honor society recognizes academic excellence of students in fields devoted to the study of technology and the preparation of practitioners for the technology professions.