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Campus Buildings

Building list with building numbers and abbreviations, where applicable.

Number Name Abbreviation
1 Administration Building Admin Building
3 Michigan Tech Lakeshore Center Lakeshore Center
4 ROTC Building ROTC
5 Academic Office Building AOB
7 Electrical Energy Resources Center EERC
8 Dow Environmental Sciences and Engineering Building Dow
9 Alumni House  
10 Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts Rozsa
11 Walker Arts and Humanities Center Walker
12 Minerals and Materials Engineering Building M&M Building
13 Hamar House Hamar
14 Grover C Dillman Hall Dillman
15 Fisher Hall Fisher
16 Widmaier House  
17 J. R. Van Pelt and John and Ruanne Opie Library Van Pelt and Opie Library
18 U. J. Noblet Forestry Building Noblet
19 Chemical Sciences and Engineering Building Chem Sci
20 R. L. Smith Building MEEM
24 Student Development Complex SDC
25 Sherman Field Press Box  
27 Ford Center  
28 Kanwal and Ann Rekhi Hall Rekhi
30 Little Huskies Child Development Center Little Huskies
31 Douglass Houghton Hall DHH
32 Daniell Heights Apartments  
34 Memorial Union Building MUB
37 Wadsworth Hall Wads
38 West McNair Hall  
40 East McNair Hall  
41 Central Heating Plant  
43 Lakeside Laboratory  
44 Storage-Service Facilities
48 Hillside Place  
50 Gates Tennis Center Gates
69-80 Keweenaw Research Center KRC
84 Harold Meese Center Meese
95 Advanced Technology Development Complex ATDC
97 A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum Museum
100 Great Lakes Research Center GLRC
  • Huntington Bank Building
  • John J. MacInnes Student Ice Arena or MacInnes Student Ice Arena
  • Mont Ripley, not Mount or Mt.
  • Student Financial Services Center is the formal name of the Financial Aid Office. Financial Aid or Financial Aid Office can be used informally.

Places

  • Minnesota Duluth
  • Alaska Anchorage
  • Alaska Fairbanks
  • Nebraska-Omaha
  • Wisconsin-Madison
  • Michigan-Ann Arbor
  • Michigan-Flint
  • Michigan-Dearborn

Country and Nation

  • A "country" is a self-governing political entity.
  • A “nation” designates a culture, but not sovereignty.