How's life at Michigan Tech? What do you see?
What do you hear? What do you experience?
What do you value most?

Students, faculty, and staff—we want to hear from you.
Your responses and comments are important. 

Update: Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete the survey. Rankin and Associates will analyze the survey responses and submit a draft report of their findings to the Climate Survey Working Group (CSWG) before the results are released to the public. The CSWG will update the Michigan Tech community when the final report is released and announce dates for presentations about the findings.

Thank You—Survey Closed

The survey was live from October 17 to November 10. Results will be released in the spring.

What Do You Have To Say?

At Michigan Tech, we're committed to an equitable, diverse, and inclusive community.

We need to better understand the experiences and perceptions of all community members.

That’s why the University is conducting a campus-wide survey—the Michigan Tech Assessment of Working, Living, and Learning. The assessment looks at a variety of topics that affect our community and uses both qualitative and quantitative research methods. The approach is comprehensive—it includes every member of the campus community: students, faculty, and staff. The confidential assessment will address multiple aspects of your personal experiences working, living, and learning here.

Your Voice, One Michigan Tech

This assessment is supported by the University’s president and provost. The information gained will assist the University in continuing to improve your working, living, and learning experience while fostering greater visibility and information-sharing. Based on the findings of the study, the University will refine strategic initiatives and action plans that enhance the environment in which we work, live, and learn.

Paper copies of the assessment are also available on the third floor of the Administration Building in the Counseling Services reception area. 

Please contact for more information about the survey process.