Day: January 21, 2008

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)

taxman

WHAT IS VITA?
It is a free service to students and low-income members of the community to prepare individual income tax forms. The IRS sponsors VITA programs on University campuses all over the U.S.
WHO DOES VITA?
At MTU, School of Business students, who have completed an IRS training course, prepare individual tax returns. These students are donating their time and talent.
HOW CAN I USE VITA?
No appointment is necessary.
Bring your W-2’s, form 1099’s, 1098T’s, etc, to one of our sessions. Also bring a copy of last year’s tax return, if possible.
WHEN ARE VITA SESSIONS?
Up until April 15th
Mondays 11:00 – 2:00 pm
Tuesdays 11:00 – 12:00 noon & 4:00 – 6:00pm
Wednesday 3:00 – 6:00 pm
Thursdays 11:00 – 12:00 noon
WHERE ARE VITA SESSIONS?
MTU’s Academic Office Building, Room G010A

For more information contact Joel Tuoriniemi, jctuorin@mtu.edu, 487-1877 or Anne Warrington, acwarrin@mtu.edu, 487-1733


MBA Information Session-Engineer your career with a Michigan Tech MBA

Want to enhance your career opportunities? Think about applying to Michigan Tech’s MBA program. Graduates of the program can expect to find positions starting at higher ranks, with greater management opportunities, and with faster career progression. Also, MTU’s program was recently ranked by the Aspen Institute in the top 100 MBA programs in terms of dealing with social and environmental issues.

Plan to attend the information session about the MBA program. The session will:

  • Describe the MBA program, designed to be completed in one year
  • Discuss how to prepare for it while an undergraduate
  • Present admissions requirements and the application process
  • Answer your questions about the program and process

When: Febuary 11, 2008, 5-6 pm

Where: Dow 641

[If you are unable to attend the information session but are interested in finding out more about the MBA program, contact Ruth Archer, Director, Business Graduate Program at raarcher@mtu.edu or 487-3055.]