Tomorrow Needs Michigan Tech.

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What does tomorrow need?

We'll spare you the clichés—you know the world is changing fast. At Michigan Technological University, we're ready. We know what tomorrow needs.

Tomorrow needs new solutions and agile thinkers. It needs champions of the unknown. Tomorrow needs technology—inventors, artists, engineers, innovators, and coders. Tomorrow needs integrators. Visionaries who design for the human race, who maximize the potential of both mind and machine, who optimize the value of the person in the process.

Tomorrow needs talent. Tomorrow needs Michigan Tech.

We're ready. Are you?

Tomorrow needs you.

Tomorrow needs Michigan Tech.

Why Michigan Tech

The value of a Michigan Tech education

A 92 percent job placement rate. The 15th highest early career pay in the nation. A median early career salary of $66,400. What comes with a Michigan Tech education? Results that land you the career you want and the ability to change the world for the better.

Business Insider lists us among the 50 best colleges for your money. Princeton Review calls us a college that "pays you back," and College Factual ranks us No. 2 on its list of Best Colleges for the Money in Michigan.

Ready to invest in your tomorrow?

Be you, and change the world

Program an autonomous vehicle, study how life in space impacts an astronaut's heart, or use geospatial data to improve children's health. Then stay up all night building a monumental snow statue, or race your cardboard boat in Keweenaw Waterway.

Find what makes you tick. Find your place here.

Huskies, in their own words

From engineers to artists, computer scientists to archaeologists, there's no such thing as the average Michigan Tech student. Find out why it's great to be a Husky.

Acoustic Engineers use Carbon Nanotubes

Our students and faculty know what tomorrow needs. Acoustics engineering focuses on making spaces sound the best they can by analyzing complex sound waves, testing new materials, and building sound-cancelling devices. That matters because in places like hospitals, noisy heating and cooling units affect people’s ability to recover from illness and prevent airborne infection.

Research for Tomorrow

Research with purpose

Clouds made to order. Cold-weather performance testing. Detecting vitamins in human tears. With 273,000 square feet of research space and labs next to—and in the depths of—the world's largest freshwater lake, research at Michigan Tech brings together faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, community, government, and industrial partners to create the future.

Explore the work we're doing today to change the face of tomorrow.

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