Cable Outage Brings New System

On Thursday July 28, Michigan Tech IT is transitioning to a new cable TV provider.  During the switch over, your TV may not receive any channels for a period of time as things are switched.

Once this switch is made, you’ll need to “re-scan” for channels on your TV.

Every TV is different, but generally you go into a setup menu, channel setup and there is an option to scan for channels.  The new channel lineup is located at

Other new features such as streaming to devices will be enabled in the coming weeks.  We will let you know when they are ready.

If you have any issues, please contact or 7-1111.

Daniell Heights Power Outage

It is necessary to shut off electricity to all of Daniel Heights on the
following days in order to perform essential maintenance on the high
voltage transformers.

Tuesday, July 19  7:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Wednesday, July 20  7:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Thursday, July 21  7:30 AM – 3:00 PM

The following services in Daniel Heights will be affected:
Lights and Electricity.
Heat and Hot Water.
Stoves and Ovens.
Laundry Facilities.
Campus Telephones.
Internet (wired and wireless)
Cable TV Service

Cold water will be available for drinking, hand washing and toilets.

Please do not wash laundry after 6:00 am.

Please keep your refrigerator closed.  Items in the refrigerator will stay
cold as long as the doors remain closed.

These outages only affect Daniel Heights.

Daniell Heights Construction Update – June 14

New Windows and Roofs

We are pleased to announce that new roofs and new windows are being installed now in the upper Daniell Heights apartment buildings.  Window installation will be complete in early October.  New roof installation will be complete at the end of July.

Lower Heights Renovation Update

In the lower heights, the following buildings are now renovated:  1801, 1802, 1803, 1804, 1806, and 1808.  The following buildings are being renovated now: 1805, 1807, 1809, 1901, 1902, and 1904. Residents of buildings 1810 and 1812 are scheduled to move on July 8.

Daniell Heights Parking Lot Painting/Sweeping – June 7 & 8

Facilities Management and Transportation Services will be sweeping and painting ALL of the Daniell Heights parking lots/areas & thus it is extremely important that you have your vehicle moved out of Daniell Heights prior to the clean-up start (before 7am on Tuesday, June 7, 2016).

Please read the following notice and plan accordingly.

Please mark your calendar now! We are planning to sweep & paint all the parking spaces in the Daniell Heights parking lots/areas on Tuesday, June 7 and Wednesday, June 8.

All residents in Upper Heights should move vehicles to commuter lot 32 (to the south of St. Albert church) or 23 (to the east of the Gates Tennis Center) before 7am on Tuesday, June 7. Residents may return vehicles back to the Heights as soon as painting is complete.

All residents in Lower Heights should move vehicles to commuter lot 32 (to the south of St. Albert church) or 23 (to the east of the Gates Tennis Center) before 7am on Wednesday, June 8. Residents may return vehicles back to lower Heights as soon as painting is complete.

All vehicles must be returned to your regularly assigned lot/area no later than 5pm on Wednesday, June 8.

Any vehicles not moved will be towed at the owner’s expense on June 7 and/or June 8. Please make sure you alert all guests to move vehicles as well. Please mark your calendar now. If you will be/are out of town and not at home in Daniell Heights on June 7 and 8, please make an arrangement with a friend you trust to move your vehicle for you. You may also contact Transportation Services (at 906-487-1441) for parking guidance or any other questions.

In the event of inclement weather (such as rain), the sweeping/painting may be rescheduled for a later day, and advanced notice will again be sent out.

We hope this advance notice will help you with your planning and help the University to keep the lots looking their best.

Thank you – Transportation Services

Annual Power Outage Friday May 6

Please be aware that the University has scheduled maintenance in progress that will cause power outages across campus May 4, 5, and 6.

All on campus housing (Wadsworth, McNair, Hillside, Douglass Houghton Hall, and Daniell Heights) will lose power on Friday May 6 at 5pm until Friday May 6 at midnight.

Information Technology will be turning off  network equipment in the affected buildings for these outages starting at 5 p.m.  Power will be shut down shortly after.  You should plan to save any work, shut down your computer systems. Additionally, some buildings with power will be without phone or internet service.

Please plan accordingly.  Please make sure you shut off and save your computer and any running programs or files.  Please do not attempt to use the elevators during the power outage.  Lights will be out.  Electric appliances will not operate.  Please leave your refrigerator closed to conserve the cool temperature inside.

Summer Shuttle Schedule

Transportation Services Updated Summer Shuttle Schedule

Transportation Services shuttle service will operate 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. during the summer semester beginning Monday, May 2.  The shuttle services the Memorial Union Building to the SDC and through both the Lower and Upper Daniell Heights, stopping at the bus shelters. Additionally, the shuttle services the Lake Shore Center at the top of the hour.  The summer semester shuttle bus schedule can be viewed at .

For questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Angie Kolehmainen at 7-3288 or

City of Houghton Updated Summer Shuttle Schedule

As of May 2, 2016, the City of Houghton will be operating their summer shuttle schedule.  They will be running the on-demand service Monday-Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Please call 482-6092 to make a reservation.  They will also be running the downtowner shuttle service Monday-Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Please see the link below for more information and rates.

Summer Housing in Wadsworth Hall

Are you taking classes this summer? Would you like a great summer getaway from your home and enjoy an amazing summer in the Keweenaw? If so, stay in Wadsworth Hall this summer. Living on-campus means you can get to class by just crossing the road! Our special summer getaway package includes:

  • Wireless Internet
  • Cable TV
  • Quad Core Fitness Club Access (for an additional fee)
  • Reception Desk Services for your mail and other items
  • Unlimited Meals – INCLUDED!

So what are you waiting for? Swing into Housing & Residential life and sign-up for summer housing today!


Single Room Rates:

Single Track – $1,995

Both Track A & B – $3,990


Double Room Rates:

Single Track – $1,715

Both Track A & B – $3,430

Daniell Heights Construction Update

Apartments in 1801, 1802, 1803 and 1804 are now complete. Apartment buildings 1806 and 1808 are currently undergoing renovation. 1805 and 1807 will be next. Renovations will include new carpet, new kitchen appliances, improved bathrooms, new paint, and new furniture. Please check back here for updates.

Over the next five years, all apartments in Daniell Heights are scheduled to be renovated. Renovations are starting in lower Daniell Heights and will move to upper Daniell Heights. We hope you are as excited about these improvements as we are.

Summer School Housing Available

Will you be enrolled in summer school classes for summer 2016?  Current students may come to Housing, 153 Wadsworth, to complete a summer school housing application in April.  New students who have never attended Michigan Tech may apply online in their MyMichiganTech account for summer housing.

Students are currently scheduled to live in Wadsworth Hall during summer 2016 classes.

You can select to live in on campus housing for Track A, Track B or for the full summer.  An unlimited meal plan is included in the cost.  (There are no dining dollars or guest passes included in the meal plan.)  A double occupancy room for Track A or B will cost $1715 per track session.  The total cost of a double occupancy room for the full summer is $3430.

If you have questions, please email for assistance.

Do you want to be an RA or OTL for the 2016-2017 school year?

Please attend one of the three required information sessions to get all the details. Each will be in Fisher 139 at 8PM on January 14, 20, and 24.

For more details, please see

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