1 Michigan ech Guide 2015 o Do... 1 st $ Visit campus pg. 3 Begin completing your enrollment checklist pg. 3 Join the Admissions Facebook group for new incoming students pg. 3 Submit your enrollment deposit pg. 3 Connect with Michigan ech pg. 3 Complete your FAFSA pg. 4 Apply for housing pg. 5 Choose a roommate pg. 5 Register for parking pg. 7 View Michigan ech s undergraduate catalog pg. 8 Send your final transcript pg. 8 Notify us of transfer credit pg. 8 ake the ALEKS Math Placement Assessment pg. 8 Get your books pg. 9 Save the date for Orientation pg. 10 Submit a photo for your Michigan ech ID Card pg. 10
2 Michigan ech Guide MICHIGAN ECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSIY Congratulations on your acceptance, and welcome to Michigan echnological University! Let s get right to it. You re holding your Michigan ech Guide. his information is important it tells you exactly what to do and when to do it as you count down the days to your new college life. Whether you re ready to jump into the Michigan ech experience or you re still making up your mind, pay attention to the details in this book they will make your decision and transition easier. We know you ll have questions along the way, so just give the Admissions Office a call at , us at or check out the admissions chat on MyMichiganech and IM with us. MICHIGAN ECH GUIDE KEY Indicates a step that requires your attention check it off once you've completed it! Information especially for first-year students Information especially for transfer students
3 1 st HE FIRS SEPS Visit Campus Campus tours are offered every Monday through Friday at 8:30 am and 1:00 pm (eastern time). While you're here, you can meet with a representative from your intended area of study. During the academic year, you can also stay overnight for free in a residence hall with a student host a two-week notice is required. Call us at or plan your visit online at Save the date for Preview Day a visit day just for students accepted to Michigan ech! Preview Day is chock-full of information sessions on topics such as housing and residence life, scholarships and financial aid, international opportunities, what to expect in the classroom, and more. Preview Day is Saturday, March 21, See for more information. Begin Completing Your Enrollment Checklist As an accepted student, you now have access to MyMichiganech, your personalized Michigan ech website. Log on to view your enrollment checklist a list of tasks to complete and information you'll need to know. Pay your enrollment deposit. Apply for on-campus housing and check the status of your residence hall application. View and accept scholarships and financial aid you ve been awarded. Access the ALEKS Math Placement Assessment. Get details on course scheduling and registration. Upload your HuskyCard photo. Access your Michigan ech . Grant guest access for up to four people to view your bill, transcript, class schedule, and other important student record information. Join the Admissions Facebook Group for New Incoming Students Start making friends today. "Like" Michigan ech Admissions on Facebook and join our group for new incoming students. Submit Your Enrollment Deposit o enroll at Michigan ech you need to submit a $100 enrollment deposit. Submitting your deposit as soon as possible will allow you to apply for on-campus housing and guarantee your spot in the incoming class. Semester Spring 2015 (January) Summer 2015 (May or June) Enrollment Deposit Due Dates Enrollment deposit due Due 30 days from acceptance Due 30 days from acceptance Fall 2015 (August) Due May 1* *For fall applicants, your deposit is fully refundable if you notify the admissions office by May 1 that you do not plan to enroll. You can pay your deposit online through MyMichiganech. Or, send a check or money order payable to Michigan echnological University be sure to include your Student ID number (M number) from your Account Details sheet. Admissions Office Michigan echnological University 1400 ownsend Drive Houghton, MI Log on at You ll need the username and password provided on the Account Details sheet included in your acceptance packet. Select the Change Password icon to set your official Michigan ech password. You ll use this password to access MyMichiganech and other campus computing resources, including your Michigan ech account. For more information, contact the Admissions Office at or Connect with Michigan ech We know we re far from just about everywhere, which means you might not be able to make a trip to campus to get the information you need. Never fear! here are plenty of opportunities to connect with Michigan ech for more information or to get answers to your questions. Regional events Our team of regional admissions managers hold events throughout the academic year and summer in locations throughout the Midwest. hese are great opportunities to connect with staff from campus and meet other students who are considering Michigan ech. Online chats Join us for afternoon and evening online chats with current students and staff. Ask us anything! Live webcasts Join us for live online presentations about what to do now that you're accepted, financial aid and scholarships, housing and residential life, current student panels, and more. Plus, IM your questions and they'll be answered live. ech Experience Day Live!, March 26, 2015 Join us online for live information sessions about financial aid and scholarships, housing and residential life, and more. Hear what current students think about their Michigan ech experience; IM your questions and presenters will answer live. For more information, dates, and locations, visit Michigan ech Guide 3
4 $ DOLLARS AND SENSE: FINANCING YOUR MICHIGAN ECH EDUCAION Paying for college is a big deal. Financing your education is made possible by four types of funding sources: scholarships grants loans employment o be considered for the most opportunities, start by filing your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Your Financial Aid Award Letter If you are awarded financial assistance as a result of completing the FAFSA, you will receive a financial aid award letter that includes the following detailed information: amount of merit- and need-based aid you have been awarded estimated annual cost of attendance for the upcoming school year important financial aid deadlines and information information about how to accept your awards and the terms and conditions of your financial aid Complete Your FAFSA o be considered for all University-awarded financial aid, including grants, loans (for students and parents/guardians), work-study employment, and other aid, complete your FAFSA. File online at Our federal school code is Although your social security number was not required when you applied for admission to Michigan ech, it is required for FAFSA filing purposes. o avoid delays in processing your FAFSA, please call the Admissions Office at to provide your social security number. File by the due dates listed below for the best opportunities. FAFSAs processed after these dates will receive consideration for remaining aid. FAFSA Dates to Remember Semester FAFSA to file Begin to file Due date Spring As soon as possible Summer As soon as possible 4 Michigan echnological University December 1, 2014 April 1, 2015 Fall January 1, 2015 March 1, 2015 If you ve already filed a FAFSA but did not have the results sent to Michigan ech, visit or call to have the results released to us. Scholarships When you re accepted to Michigan ech, you re automatically considered for most merit-based scholarship awards. First-year students Start checking with your high school guidance office, community foundations, parents place of employment, and other outside sources for scholarship opportunities. ransfer students Both Michigan and non-michigan residents are eligible for transfer scholarships. Non-Michigan residents are eligible for transfer awards through the National Scholar Program, and Michigan residents are eligible for the Michigan ech ransfer Scholarship. In both cases, you're automatically considered for these awards. For more information, visit Semester Financial Aid Notification Schedule Notification begins Spring 2015 December 31, 2014 Summer 2015 April 30, 2015 Fall 2015 March 30, 2015 Employment Regardless of when you start at Michigan ech, you ll find many opportunities for student employment. Even if you don t qualify for workstudy (as a result of your FAFSA/Expected Family Contribution), most departments on campus hire students for part-time jobs. On average, 2,000 students are employed on campus. Off-campus employment opportunities are also available. Get details at Cost of Attendance Your cost of attendance is an estimate of your annual expenses, including tuition, fees, room and board, books and supplies, and personal needs and travel. o get an estimate of your net cost after financial aid and scholarships, visit Note: Books and personal/travel expenses are not included on your bill, but they are helpful to plan for Estimated Undergraduate Student Expenses Michigan Residents Non-Michigan Residents uition 1 $13,740 $29,220 Required Fees Lab and Course Fees Room and Board 3 (Gold meal plan) 9,516 9,516 OAL billed expenses $24,040 $39,520 Additional costs to consider Books and Supplies 1,200 1,200 Personal Needs and ravel (est.) 1,740 1,740 Loan Origination Fee Annual OAL $27,056 $42,536 uition, fees, and room and board are payable by semester. 1 uition is based on a plateau rate for students taking credit hours per semester. 2 Required fees per semester cover the Experience ech initiative and the student activity fee. 3 Room-and-board rates vary, depending on meal plan and residence hall assignment. 4 he loan origination fee is only charged to students receiving federal direct loans.
5 $ continued CAMPUS LIVING Student uition and Your Bill Your bill will be available online through MyMichiganech. Some students may receive a second bill, which will be available during the third week of each semester and will reflect any changes in financial aid, housing, and/ or course adjustments made (additions or drops). It is possible to use financial aid to help pay for your books; details will be in your Financial Aid Award Letter. Semester of enrollment Billing Schedule First billing date Due date Spring 2015 November 26, 2014 January 7, 2015 Summer 2015 April 10, 2015 May 6, 2015 Fall 2015 July 10, 2015 August 26, 2015 Payment Options Michigan ech offers several options for paying your bill: check or money order credit card* (online) e-check (online) Installment Prepayment Plan Five- or Four-Payment Plan View more details at Second billing date Due date January 27, 2015 February 13, 2015 May 26, 2015 June 12, 2015 September 15, 2015 October 2, 2015 *here is a 2.3% nonrefundable service fee for MasterCard and Discover payments. We do not accept Visa or American Express. For more information, contact the Student Billing Office at , or visit Apply for Housing In the Michigan ech residence halls, you ll enjoy a community that values friendship and academic success. All single students, apart from transfer or commuting students living with a parent/guardian, must live on campus during their first year at the University. Students receiving merit-based scholarships through the Presidential Scholar, National Scholar, or Leading Scholar programs are required to live in University housing for their first two academic years. Apply early for housing by completing and submitting your residence hall application. he residence hall application will be available via MyMichiganech after your enrollment deposit has been received. Please note: Hall and room assignments are determined by the date we receive your application the sooner you apply, the better! You ll receive priority consideration in roommate selection and customizing your residence hall experience. here s no housing deposit required. If you change your mind about attending ech, simply let us know and we ll cancel your housing request. Residence Halls he halls are a great place for you to study and meet new people. In addition, both professional and student staff are available to answer your questions. You may choose to live in one of three residence halls. Each hall is different in size and appearance, but is similar in service with its own dining hall, study lounge, game room, kitchenettes, sauna, laundry facility, fitness room, reception desk, and lounges. Douglass Houghton Hall (DHH), our smallest residence hall, houses about 350 students. his three-story historic building was constructed in the late 1930s and characterizes that time period with its beautiful architectural details. McNair Hall has a great view of the Keweenaw Waterway and consists of three buildings. West McNair has two stories and is connected to East McNair s five stories by the dining hall. here are about 600 students living in McNair. Wadsworth Hall (Wads) is the largest hall one-quarter-mile long, five stories high, and home to approximately 1,050 students. In addition to a vibrant residence hall community, Wads offers the Campus Café, a convenient place to meet friends, relax away from the books, and enjoy late-night dining and snacking options. Choose a Roommate Fall Semester Only Once you have submitted your residence hall application you will be invited to use our Roommate Matching program (beginning April 1) to request a roommate you know or to search for the best match. You have until June 1 to enter your roommate choice, but it's best to submit your residence hall application early. Students who match through the Roommate Matching program are given additional priority. If you choose not to use this program, we will assign you a roommate. Note: students enrolling for spring or summer semesters are not eligible for the Roommate Matching program. On August 1, you'll receive notification of your hall, room, and roommate assignment. New students submitting their housing materials after August 1 will receive their residence hall assignment when they arrive on campus. For more information, contact Housing and Residential Life at , or Michigan ech Guide 5
6 continued Learning Communities Learning Communities are living areas in the residence halls where groups of students with similar interests choose to live, study, and experience Michigan ech together. Extra peer staff members provide support so that you can make the most of your experience and succeed both academically and personally. If you are interested in living in a Learning Community, please rank your preferences on your residence hall application. here are three basic requirements of Learning Community members: Be open and willing to meet new people, learn new things, and have a great time at Michigan ech. Complete a 1-credit Creating Your Success (UN 1010) course in the fall semester with other Learning Community students. All Learning Community students are automatically enrolled in this course (applies only to first-year students and transfer students with fewer than 30 credits). Pay a $30-per-semester fee to support additional programming, activities, and peer staff (included on your student bill). Michigan ech Apartments he Michigan ech Apartments offer on-campus living options for seniorlevel and graduate students. Hillside Place offers apartment-style living to upper-class students, transfer students, graduate students, and international students. Each furnished apartment contains four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a living space with beautiful panoramic views. All utilities are included (with the exception of phone service), and you ll enjoy a fully equipped kitchen with modern amenities (electric range, microwave oven, and full-size refrigerator), laundry facilities, study lounges, a fitness center, and more. Daniell Heights Apartments offer one- and two-bedroom units for student families, graduate students, and undergraduates aged twentyone and older. Utilities are included (with the exception of phone service). Apartments are furnished, including stove and refrigerator, and each building features laundry facilities. For more information or to apply for an apartment, call , or visit For more information about Learning Communities, visit Michigan ech Learning Communities Learning Community Community Description Location Computer Science Learning Community (CSLC) First-Year Experience (E)* Forest Resources and Environmental Science (FRES)* Leadership Learning Community (LLC)* Summit House* ake your computer science degree to the next level through the CSLC and be part of a community that understands you and your ideas. Residents live and learn together, giving them that extra edge as computer science students and like-minded individuals. Make your first step at Michigan ech the right one with a vibrant and exciting community of other firstyear students. Make friendships that last a lifetime by participating in community traditions, leadership opportunities, and campus activities. FRES brings together students pursuing degrees in forestry, applied ecology and environmental sciences, and wildlife ecology and management. hrough interactions with faculty, staff, and peers, students gain valuable experience to use in the real world. Challenge yourself to become a better leader not only on campus but in other parts of your life as well. As part of the LLC, you can grow personally, academically, and professionally through hall activities, community service projects, campus leadership events, and hall government. Focus on academic success and personal wellness in an alcohol-free environment with others who are interested in living active and healthy lifestyles. In Summit, you will have opportunities to participate in intramural sports, outdoor activities, campus traditions, and more. McNair Hall McNair Hall and Wadsworth Hall Wadsworth Hall Wadsworth Hall McNair Hall Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) Women In Engineering (WIE)* *Denotes alcohol-free community he VPA Learning Community is designed for anyone interested in the arts (music, dance, graphic arts, photography, and theater). Students in VPA have opportunities to build relationships and network with talented and experienced staff, faculty members, and other students who share their interests and passions. his close-knit community offers a team-oriented atmosphere for first-year women who are pursuing degrees in engineering. Students in WIE enjoy extra faculty interaction, opportunities to network and get involved with the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), and other fun programs and activities. Wadsworth Hall McNair Hall 6 Michigan echnological University
7 continued Residence Hall Dining Services Our meal plans provide unlimited access to all three residential dining halls. here is no limit to the number of times you may enter a dining hall to eat a complete meal or stop in for a snack or drink. You will choose from one of three meal plans when you complete your residence hall application: Meal Plan Access Guest Meal Passes Dining Dollars Silver Unlimited 4 per semester $100 per semester Gold Unlimited 8 per semester $150 per semester Platinum Unlimited 16 per semester $300 per semester You may use your meal plan in any of the residential dining halls. Meal hours are posted throughout the halls. In the case of a class, lab, or work schedule conflict, arrangements can be made to pick up a meal. Dining Services offers a variety of popular entrées at each meal, including vegetarian options; salad, deli, and pasta bars; and stir fry, pizza, dessert, ice cream, waffle, and beverage stations. If you have an allergy or other dietary need, let the Dining Services staff know we will work with you to provide the food you need. Dining Dollars Dining Dollars add flexibility to your meal plan. hey are included in the Silver, Gold, and Platinum meal plans and allow you to eat at convenient times and locations. Dining Dollars are accepted at the Campus Café (in Wadsworth Hall), Aftermath Café (in Fisher Hall), Memorial Union Food Court, Library Café, Fusion (in the Dow lobby), Coaches Corner (in the SDC), vending machines throughout campus, and Husky Den (at the Mont Ripley Ski Chalet). Unused Dining Dollars are transferable from fall to spring semester; however, any Dining Dollars not used by the end of spring semester are nonrefundable. You or your parent/guardian can add money to your Dining Dollars account at the HuskyCard service area in the Van Pelt and John and Ruanne Opie Library or online. hese additional Dining Dollars can be refunded at the contributor s request at the end of the academic year. A $5 fee is assessed on any refund. For more information, Dining Services at or visit Register for Residential Parking It s easy to get around campus and the Houghton community, so first-year students are encouraged to leave their vehicles at home. Michigan ech offers services to make transportation easier, including shuttles that run throughout campus and the City of Houghton and Zipcars cars available for students to rent by the hour or day. If you will be living on campus and choose to bring a vehicle, you must register it with the University. ransportation Services coordinates vehicle registration and parking; watch MyMichiganech for details about when you can register your vehicle. If you plan to bring a motorcycle, scooter, or snowmobile to campus, you must register it with ransportation Services. Note: there is no winter storage available for motorcycles and scooters. For more information, contact ransportation Services at , or COMMUING AND OFF-CAMPUS LIVING If you are a Michigan ech student from the local area, you may choose to live at home with your parent(s)/guardian(s). All of the same great resources and opportunities are available to students who commute to campus, and we encourage you to take advantage of them and get involved. Commuter Assistants are fellow students available to talk, answer questions, and address concerns. hey plan free events for commuter students to get involved and to get to know one another. Each month, commuters are informed of upcoming campus events and are made aware of issues relevant to commuting to campus. For more information, Commuter Meal Plans wo meal plan options are available for commuter students one if you would like to eat in the residential dining halls, and another if you prefer eating in retail dining operations like the Campus Café or Memorial Union Food Court. he op Dog Express Meal Plan can be purchased in blocks of ten, twenty-five, fifty, or seventy-five meals. he more meals you purchase, the less you pay per meal. his plan can be used in any residential dining hall (DHH, McNair, or Wadsworth) and features all-you-care-to-eat, buffet-style dining. he Big Dog Express Meal Plan is designed for those who dine frequently in ech s retail dining outlets the Memorial Union Food Court, Library Café, Fusion, Aftermath Café, Coaches Corner, Campus Café, and selected vending machines throughout campus. Depending on how much money you deposit, we ll add a percentage. If you deposit $ , we add 3 percent; if you deposit $ , we add 4 percent; and if you deposit $200 or more, we add 5 percent. Both meal plans can be purchased at the HuskyCard service area in the Van Pelt and John and Ruanne Opie Library. For more information, visit Register for Commuter Parking If you ll be commuting to campus, you must register your vehicle with the University before classes begin. here are two ways to register: Online at In person at ransportation Services, in room 100 of the Administration Building, across from the Student Service Center For more information, contact ransportation Services at or Housing Whether you re looking for low-maintenance campus living geared toward slightly older students, a home for you and your family, or a place that gets you off campus and into the local community, you ll find plenty of options. he Michigan ech Apartments offer on-campus living options for upperclass and graduate students. Apartments are fully furnished and include most utilities. See page 6 for details, or visit For information about off-campus housing, including a list of available properties, check out the off-campus housing list at or contact the Undergraduate Student Government at or Michigan ech Guide 7
8 ACADEMIC DEAILS View Our Undergraduate Catalog Check out Michigan ech s Undergraduate Catalog online at Send Your Final ranscript An official final transcript is required prior to enrollment. o be considered official, a transcript must be sent directly to Michigan ech by the institution issuing the transcript, or from a transcript service such as Parchment. ranscripts stamped issued to student or those hand delivered, even if in a sealed envelope, are not acceptable. First-year students Request your final transcript through Parchment or contact your high school upon graduation and ask them to send your official transcript showing your final grades and graduation date. ransfer students If you have taken additional courses that did not appear on the transcript submitted with your application for admission, contact the registrar s office at your current institution to request that an official transcript with final grades be sent to us. Notify Us of ransfer Credit First-year students If you completed college-level courses during high school, contact the registrar s office at the institution(s) and request that an official transcript with your final grades be sent to Michigan ech s Admissions Office. Courses will be evaluated for transfer credit. ransfer students If you are taking additional courses that do not appear on your most recent transcript, contact the ransfer Services Office at Michigan ech via at and indicate the courses you are taking. hese courses will be added to your record as pending transfer credit. ransfer credits pending but not validated with final transcripts will be dropped from your record. As a result, any scheduled courses that require the dropped transfer course(s) as a prerequisite will also be dropped from your course schedule. Course Placement Michigan ech offers several placement tests to ensure you are beginning your course work at the right level. ake the ALEKS Math Placement Assessment All incoming students are required to take the online ALEKS Math Placement Assessment. Students with qualifying AP, IB, or CLEP scores or earned college-level math credit for college algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, or calculus are exempt from the requirement. Your initial course placement is important, as your math class is a prerequisite for many other courses that are required for your degree. Starting in a math course that is not right for you could increase the time it takes you to graduate. ake the assessment when it becomes available, and take it seriously. he online ALEKS Placement Assessment covers material from basic math through precalculus and will take approximately 90 minutes to complete. Access the assessment online, from any computer, through your MyMichiganech account. After the assessment, a targeted Prep and Learning Module is available for you to review and learn material. After working in the Prep and Learning Module, you can take up to two additional online ALEKS Placement Assessments. Your math placement will be determined by the highest placement score earned. A non-refundable $25 fee payable by credit card to ALEKS covers the initial assessment, up to six weeks of customized tutoring through the Prep and Learning Module, and two additional assessments (if desired). Students who do not complete the assessment, or do not have qualifying AP, IB, or CLEP scores or earned college-level math credit prior to Orientation in August, will be required to take the assessment on campus during Orientation week with limited time to work within the Prep and Learning Module. Your final course schedule will not be available until the assessment is complete. Watch for details about the placement assessment. For more information, visit est Scores First-year students Official scores from the AC and/or SA are used to determine scholarships. Your scores on Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), or College Level Examination Program (CLEP) may earn you credit. Scores must be sent directly from the testing agency. o see a list of scores needed to receive Michigan ech credit, go to Chemistry Find details on chemistry course placement at Modern Language If you plan to continue studying Chinese, French, German, or Spanish at ech, you must take the online Modern Language Placement Exam to be placed into the correct course. Learn more about the test and view sign-up instructions at modern-languages/placement. ransfer students If you received college credit at your previous institution for AP, IB, or CLEP examinations, your test scores will need to be sent to Michigan ech directly from the testing agency. o see a list of scores needed to receive Michigan ech credit, visit Computer programming Students with computer programming experience can take the online Programming Skills Assessment to determine which introductory computer science course they should take. Directions for this online test can be found at 8 Michigan echnological University
9 continued HEALHY LIVING Scheduling Classes First-year students enrolling in the spring or summer semester Your schedule will be created by the Registrar s Office based on your major, ALEKS Math Placement Assessment score, AP/IB/CLEP score(s), and transfer credits received. Updated February 2015 First-year students and transfer students with fewer than 30 credits enrolling in the fall semester Your schedule will be prepared for you by the Registrar s Office in mid-july. Engineering students are scheduled into cohorts (groups of students who take the same courses together) based on your ALEKS or AP score(s) and any transfer credit received. Be sure to review the recommendations on page 8 regarding the ALEKS Math Placement Assessment. Staying on track with your assessment will allow you to have the most complete schedule possible and will ensure that you're placed in the best course for you avoiding unnecessary course work and tuition. Your initial schedule may not reflect full-time status (12 credits or more), but all first-year students are billed as full time, which will make you eligible for financial aid. Any necessary adjustments to your bill will be made in August. During Orientation, you will be able to add other necessary courses (co-curricular courses, general education, electives) to complete your fall schedule or make changes after consulting with your academic advisor. Changes may also be made by contacting the Registrar's Office at or ransfer students with more than 30 credits Your transfer evaluation will be sent to your academic advisor, who will contact you with course recommendations prior to registration. You will be able to schedule your classes through MyMichiganech, by calling the Registrar s Office at , or by contacting your advisor. ransfer students with fewer than 30 credits Make schedule changes by contacting the Registrar's Office at , or during Orientation. Get Your Books Once you receive your course schedule, you may order your books online prior to the start of the semester through the Michigan ech Campus Bookstore. After you place your order, your books will be available for pickup when you arrive on campus. Visit to place your order. For more information, contact the Campus Bookstore at or We know you need to be healthy and happy to get the most out of your college life. If you should find yourself under the weather or in need of any other help, there are a number of resources available to you. Health Services Students have immediate access to healthcare services at the Portage Health University Center clinic, which is attached to the Student Development Complex. he clinic has student walk-in hours every weekday in the morning and afternoon. Immediate care is also available at Portage Health Express Care on Sharon Avenue, less than three miles from campus. Emergency services are available at the Portage Health rauma Center in Hancock. Visit to learn more. Counseling Services he staff at Counseling Services is here to help you gain perspective and be successful, both personally and academically. Professional staff is composed of licensed therapists who possess personal counseling training and skills. he counseling staff works closely with all student support services at Michigan ech and with mental health professionals both locally and in students' home areas. Services are free and confidential. For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact or wenty-four-hour emergency services are available by calling Public Safety and Police Services at and asking for the counselor on call. Student Disability Services Student Disability Services at Michigan ech is committed to assisting students with documented disabilities by providing accommodations and/or modifications. For more information, call or visit Student Insurance We recommend that all students have health insurance coverage. he Student Insurance Office at Michigan ech offers health insurance to currently enrolled students covering preventative services, basic medical care, and hospitalization. For more information, visit or call Immunizations We highly recommend that all students have the following immunizations before coming to Michigan ech: Meningococcal vaccination Diphtheria-etanus-Acellular Pertussis (DaP) vaccine (a primary series and a booster within the last ten years) Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR) or Measles vaccine (two doses) Varicella vaccine (two doses if you have not had chicken pox) Hepatitis A vaccine Hepatitis B series (three doses) etanus and diphtheria toxoids and acellular pertussis dap vaccine (etanus and diphtheria toxoids and acellular pertussis) should be given to persons aged who have not previously received this, followed by d booster doses every ten years thereafter. dap can be administered regardless of the interval since the last tetanus and diphtheria toxoid-containing vaccine. Human Papillomavirus vaccine (for males and females) Influenza vaccine for every flu season Michigan ech Guide 9
10 continued Chronic Medical Conditions We recommend that students with chronic medical conditions bring documentation regarding your condition(s) to Student Disability Services in case you require support during the semester. For more information, call or visit DESINAION ECH Your first day of class will be here before you know it prepare for your arrival on campus by familiarizing yourself with the Waino Wahtera Center for Student Success, submitting a photo for your HuskyCard, and planning for Orientation. Waino Wahtera Center for Student Success he Waino Wahtera Center for Student Success is dedicated to helping you develop skills, attitudes, and values that will enhance your academic and personal success. Our staff offers you and your family a variety of programs, services, and opportunities to support your transition to Michigan ech. Save the Date for Orientation All new students attend Orientation prior to beginning classes at ech. Orientation is designed to acquaint you with campus resources, inform you of important information about academics and co-curricular opportunities, and help you to meet fellow new students, current ech students, and faculty and staff members. Participation in Orientation is required for all new students, whether you are living on or off campus, so mark your calendar now and save the date. here are also Orientation programs for parents and family during move-in weekend, including Sibling Orientation. Local accommodations are limited, so please make lodging reservations early if you have family members traveling with you for Move-in Weekend (August 22 23) and Orientation. Submit a Photo for Your HuskyCard Your Michigan ech HuskyCard is your official photo ID; room, building, and parking access key; residence hall meal pass; and a debit card. Submit your ID card photo online through MyMichiganech; watch your enrollment checklist for information about when you can submit your photo. Guidelines for photos and instructions on how to obtain your HuskyCard can be found at the HuskyCard website. Once on campus, you should keep your card with you at all times there is a fee to replace lost or damaged cards. Complete information is available at Express Cash he Express Cash program is available as a feature of your HuskyCard. It operates like a no-interest checking account. By opening an account, you can use your card at locations like the Campus Bookstore and University Images, the food court and cafés, the Rozsa and SDC ticket offices, the Outdoor Adventure Program Rental Center, the Library Digital Studio, printers and copiers, and vending machines across campus. You can manage your account online by adding funds and reviewing transactions. For more information, contact the HuskyCard Service Center at or Semester First-year student or transfer student starting at ech with fewer than 30 credits ransfer student starting at ech with 30 or more credits Spring 2015 Sunday, January 11 Sunday, January 11 Summer 2015 rack A* and rack B* Contact for details Fall 2015 Sunday, August 23 Saturday, August 29 rack A* and rack B* Contact for details Friday, August 28 *Please note that if you are starting at ech during the summer semester as a new first-year or transfer student with fewer than 30 credits, you are also required to participate in the weeklong Orientation program, scheduled for August 23 29, For more information, contact Orientation at or , or 10 Michigan echnological University
11 ACADEMIC CALENDAR Spring Semester 2015 Fall Semester 2015 January 12, Monday Instruction begins August 31, Monday Instruction begins January 19, Monday Martin Luther King Jr. Day recess, one day only September 7, Monday Labor Day recess, one day only January 20, uesday September 8, uesday February 4, Wednesday 10:00 pm February 9, Monday March 6, Friday 10:00 pm March 16, Monday April 24, Friday April 27, Monday May 1, Friday Winter Carnival recess begins Spring Break begins Last day of regular classes Final exam period September 11, Friday Noon September 14, Monday November 20, Friday 10:00 pm November 30, Monday December 11, Friday December 14, Monday December 18, Friday K-Day recess, one day only hanksgiving recess begins Last day of regular classes Final exam period May 1, Friday Spring Semester ends December 18, Friday Fall Semester ends May 2, Saturday Commencement December 19, Saturday Midyear Commencement May 11, Monday May 11, Monday May 25, Monday May 26, uesday June 25, hursday June 26, Friday June 29, Monday July 3, Friday July 6, Monday August 13, hursday August 13, hursday August 14, Friday Summer Semester 2015 Full Session begins Session A begins Memorial Day recess, one day only Session A ends Session A exam period Session B begins Independence Day recess, one day only Session B ends Full Session ends Full Session, Session B exam period January 11, Monday January 18, Monday Spring Semester 2016 January 19, uesday February 3, Wednesday 10:00 pm February 8, Monday March 4, Friday 10:00 pm March 14, Monday April 22, Friday April 25, Monday April 29, Friday April 29, Friday April 30, Saturday Summer Semester 2016 Instruction begins Martin Luther King Jr. Day recess, one day only Winter Carnival recess begins Spring Break begins Last day of regular classes Final exam period Spring Semester ends Commencement May 9, Monday May 9, Monday May 30, Monday May 31, uesday June 23, hursday June 24, Friday June 27, Monday July 4, Monday July 5, uesday August 11, hursday August 11, hursday August 12, Friday Full session begins Session A begins Memorial Day recess, one day only Session A ends Session A exam period Session B begins Independence Day recess, one day only Session B ends Full Session ends Full Session, Session B exam period Michigan ech Guide 11
12 103 St. arl 95 ech rails (cross country skiing, biking, and hiking) Sherman Field Houghton Ave. Soccer Fields 9 Sharon Ave. Practice Fields 1 sen ow n 5 d Dr. ennis Courts US Forest Service Chemical Sciences & Engineering Building Chemical Engineering, Chemistry 20 R. L. Smith Building Mechanical Engineering Engineering Mechanics 24 Student Development Complex Kinesiology & Integrative Physiology 25 Sherman Field Press Box 28 Kanwal & Ann Rekhi Hall Computer Science 30 Little Huskies Child Development Center 31 Douglass Houghton Hall (DHH) 32 Daniell Heights Apartments 34 Memorial Union Building McAllister Welcome Center, Campus Bookstore 37 Wadsworth Hall M. Dr St As of Summer Cem e tery 37 Rd. 12 Michigan ech Lakeshore Center, Houghton FirstMerit Bank Building, Hancock Keweenaw Research Center, Advanced Power Systems Research Center, Houghton County Memorial Airport Alternative Energy Research Building, Hancock Ford Center, Alberta Not appearing on map: 100 Great Lakes Research Center 103 A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum 107 Peace Corps Master's International House Cliff Dr. w ie i rv Fa d. 15 Upla nd R Mont Ripley Ski Hill West McNair Hall East McNair Hall Central Heating Plant Facilities Management Storage Facilities Management Storage Facilities Management Offices Husky Motors University Residence Hillside Place Gates ennis Center O Connor House Outdoor Adventure Program Honors House Harold Meese Center Cognitive & Learning Sciences Advanced echnology Development Complex Innovation & Industry Engagement s ne In ac r. 38 Cliff D Woodm ar Dr. 31 Woodland St Prince s Point 82 US Hwy. 41 Keweenaw Waterway Portage Lake Golf Course (2.8 miles) Michigan echnological University is an equal opportunity educational institution/equal opportunity employer, which includes providing equal opportunity for protected veterans and individuals with disabilities Harold Meese Center Seventh Ave. 84 Ruby Ave. US Hwy. 41 (College Ave.) Michigan ech Lakeshore Center (1 mile) 12 Minerals & Materials Engineering Building Materials Science & Engineering, College of Engineering, Institute of Materials Processing, Biomedical Engineering 13 Hamar House Center for Diversity & Inclusion 14 Dillman Hall Engineering Fundamentals 15 Fisher Hall Physics, Mathematical Sciences 16 Public Safety & Police Services 17 J. R. Van Pelt & John & Ruanne Opie Library Archives, Center for eaching & Learning 18 U. J. Noblet Forestry Building School of Forest Resources & Environmental Science k St. Cl ar 1 Administration Building 4 ROC Building 5 Academic Office Building School of Business & Economics, Social Sciences 7 Electrical Energy Resources Center Electrical & Computer Engineering, School of echnology 8 Dow Environmental Sciences & Engineering Building Biological Sciences, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Geological & Mining Engineering & Sciences 9 Alumni House Alumni Relations 10 Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts 11 Walker Arts & Humanities Center College of Sciences & Arts, Humanities, Visual & Performing Arts t. an S Vi vi St. be ll Hu b St. e ch Bla n t. Ea st S Pe Michigan echnological University 1400 ownsend Drive Houghton, MI sd r. ne Ma cin
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