Students on campus

The Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being provides a wide array of resources for students to ensure mental and physical well-being. We aim to provide support to help our Huskies achieve their full academic and personal potential. 

Mental Health Services provides short-term, solution-focused mental health counseling utilizing a stepped-care approach. This way, students are provided with the most effective, least-intensive type of treatment needed to address the concerns they are experiencing. Combined with additional supports such as workshops, online resources, and group therapy, our services allow students to fully engage academically and socially during their time at Michigan Tech. 

Well-being provides programming and education on physical health and overall life balance. Well-being equips Michigan Tech students with the tools they need to maintain a balanced lifestyle by offering a number of events, workshops, and presentations. The Health and Well-being team offers workshops, groups, peer mentoring, and presentations on a range of topics including alcohol, nutrition and sexual health, and overall well-being, with the goal of creating balance for the Michigan Tech campus community.

  • 59+
    Health & Well-being events per year
  • 21
    groups and workshops every semester
  • Over 900
    students on average utilize mental health services on campus each year
  • 73%
    of Michigan Tech students report feeling a strong sense of belonging at Michigan Tech