Registration for Summer Youth Programs is Open!

Registration for Summer Youth Programs (SYP) is now open!

Do you know a curious student currently in grades 6-11? Since 1972, Summer Youth Programs has provided students with a variety of hands-on explorations focused on the needs of tomorrow. Our high-impact educational experiences provide an opportunity for students to experience college in a fun, engaging and safe environment.

Each day, students will learn in our state-of-the-art classrooms or in the field with Michigan Tech faculty, staff, and students. In the evening, students can take part in activities, games and outdoor adventures alongside exceptional young people from around the globe.

Live-in and commuter options are available. Discounts are available to the children and grandchildren of Michigan Tech alumni, faculty and staff.

Please visit to view our course catalog and learn more.

Sign Up Now for MLK Classroom Chat

MLK Day is almost here! Help us spread the word about the exciting events planned for Michigan Tech's 35th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration, being held Jan. 15!

These events have been months in the making, and the MLK Planning Committee would love to share the MLK Day opportunities with your students. To have a committee member come speak at the beginning of a class session next week (Jan. 8-12), sign up at our ’24 MLK Classroom Visits form!

For more information on all the exciting MLK activities, visit the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration page.

MLK Prayer Vigil and Peace March

The Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) and the Cooperative Campus Ministry are organizing an Interfaith Prayer Vigil and Reflection on Martin Luther King Jr. Day (MLK Day), Jan. 15, at noon in the Van Pelt and Opie Library’s East Reading Room. We invite faculty, staff and students from all faiths to share a prayer, personal reflection or excerpt from one of King’s prayers, sermons or speeches.

Following the MLK Interfaith Prayer Vigil, we invite the campus community to gather at the Husky Statue at 1 p.m. for a peace march across campus to honor King and solidify our campus commitment to his life and work ensuring justice and equity for all. This year’s march will be led by Vice President for Student Affairs Laura Bulleit.

For more information on all the exciting MLK activities, visit the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration page.

Sign Up to Attend MLK Brunch

The Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Planning Committee is proud to announce the 35th Annual MLK Jr Day Celebration on Jan. 15 at 10 a.m. in the Memorial Union Building Ballroom, and welcomes back 2018 Michigan Tech alumnus Jaylyn Boone as our keynote speaker.

To honor King’s legacy, this year’s celebratory meal will be a brunch where we will gather as a community to commemorate and honor the legacy of King and resolve to continue to create meaningful change through acts of kindness and service to others.

Reserve your seat by submitting our 35th Annual MLK Brunch Sign-Up Sheet.

MLK Donation Deadline is Friday

The 35th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration at Michigan Technological University is almost here! Due to overwhelming positive responses from the campus community, we are anticipating more of our Husky family attending this year's celebration. As such, we want to ensure that students, staff and faculty have an opportunity to share in this celebratory event. Our extended donation deadline is Friday (Jan. 5). Your assistance allows us to provide this program free of charge and continue our collaborative efforts to provide programming that focuses on embracing diversity on the Michigan Tech campus.

We'd love your support in ensuring a successful event. Keep in mind, all sponsors will be recognized in our celebration.

To initiate your donation, please email with your donation amount. Donations should be transferred to D96356. If you have any questions, please email

In the News

The ’Gander mentioned Michigan Tech in a listicle featuring 19 winter bucket list items to try in Michigan. Winter Carnival was named as Houghton’s can’t-miss winter event.


Yahoo! Finance picked up a Detroit Free Press story about a recent Husky Innovate trip to southeast Michigan on which students visited with leaders in Michigan’s burgeoning tech start-up scene.


Last Day to Register: Middle School Volleyball Development League

Registration for the Michigan Tech Middle School Volleyball Development League closes tonight (Jan. 3) at 11:59 p.m. This four-week league helps girls in grades 7 and 8 improve their skills in preparation for the upcoming season. Space (and time) is running out! Sign up today!

Days and Times:

  • Tryouts/Team Sorting: Monday, Jan. 8, from 6-7:30 p.m. (check-in begins at 5:30 at the SDC front counter)
  • Practices: Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m. (starting Jan. 10 and ending Jan. 31)
  • Scrimmages: Fridays from 6-7:30 p.m. (starting Jan. 12 and ending Jan. 26)
  • Tournament: Friday, Feb. 2, from 6-7:30 p.m.

Cost (including jersey):

  • $90 per player for the first participant
  • $75 per player for additional siblings

Learn more at Michigan Tech Recreation.


Registration Open for Spring Group Tennis Lessons

Registration is currently open for spring 2024 adult and youth group tennis lessons.

Sign up today!

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