Do you need assistance?

Housing and Residential Life, 153 Wadsworth Hall, is open Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm to help you.  You can visit us in person, call 906-487-2682, or email housing@mtu.edu for assistance.
If you need urgent assistance after the office closes, students in the residence halls can talk to their RA.  All on campus residents can call the DUTY phone: 906-487-3889.
If you need a minor repair that can wait until the next business day, you can email FixItHousing@mtu.edu .

Michigan Tech is tobacco free, smoke free, and vapor free

Michigan Tech is committed to providing a healthy, safe and clean campus community. For this reason, the University has gone Tobacco Free, Smoke Free and Vapor Free. The use of all tobacco products and vapor e-cigarettes is prohibited on all Michigan Tech-owned or leased properties. Students, faculty, staff and visitors are asked to respect this policy and help us create a healthier campus.
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Did you lock yourself out?

From time to time you might accidentally lock yourself out of your room or apartment.  If this happens to you, you can go to the reception desk for help.  Residents in McNair and Hillside can go to the McNair reception desk.  Residents in Douglass Houghton Hall can go to the DHH reception desk.  Residents in the shared houses, Daniell Heights, and Wadsworth Hall can go to the Wadsworth Hall reception desk.  There is a fee of $5 to borrow a key.
If you are locked out and the reception desk is closed, residents in the residence halls should talk to any RA or call the DUTY phone: 906-487-3889. A $5 fee will be charged.
Residents in Daniell Heights or the shared houses should visit the Department of Public Safety and Police Services for assistance after the Wadsworth Hall reception desk closes.  There is a $40 fee for DPSPS officer assistance after hours for lock out assistance.
Where does the fee go?  Lock out fees support Husky FAN to help students who need meals.  You can read more about Husky FAN online:  https://www.mtu.edu/huskyfan/


Residence Halls Open Saturday, August 25

Residence Halls open!
Saturday, August 25 at 9am all residence halls will open.  New students will check in directly at the Rozsa with the Orientation Team.  Returning students will check in at the reception desk for their building.  Returning students in Douglass Houghton Hall will go to the Douglass Houghton Hall reception desk.  McNair Hall and Hillside Place returning students will go to the McNair Hall reception desk.  Shared houses, Daniell Heights, and Wadsworth Hall students will go to the Wadsworth Hall reception desk.


Do you Need Assistance?

Do you see something that needs to be repaired?  You do not need to wait for the office to be open to report the issue.  If you need a repair, send an email to FixItHousing@mtu.edu .   Attaching pictures of the problem is very helpful.  Requests are processed during normal business hours, Monday through Friday.
Not sure what to do?  Come visit us in Housing, 153 Wadsworth Hall, Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm.
Do you have an urgent problem that cannot wait?  You can call the DUTY phone 24 hours per day, 7 days per week for urgent problems that cannot wait.  Water flowing that will not stop, no heat, no electricity, no water are urgent issues.  Please call :906-487-3889 for urgent assistance.
Your RA is available to help you.  Can’t find your RA?  Any RA can help you.  Not sure what to do?  Talk to any RA in your building for help.

Housing Summer Hours

Do you have housing questions?  Housing is open during the summer from 8am to 4pm, Monday through Friday.  You can call us at 906-487-2682, visit us at 153 Wadsworth Hall, or email housing@mtu.edu for assistance.  Calls and email received after normal business hours will be responded to on the next business day.
If you have an urgent problem (NO heat, NO water, NO electricity) that cannot wait for the next business day, please call the 24 hour DUTY phone: 906-487-3889.  Students living in the residence halls are also encouraged to visit with the student staff members who live in the residence halls with them.  Your RA is a great resource for all types of assistance!


Limited Theme Community Spaces Available

Theme communities are living areas in the residence halls where groups of students with similar interests choose to live, study, and experience Michigan Tech together. The goal of these areas is to help you grow and succeed at Michigan Tech, both in and out of the classroom.

You can read more about all of the theme communities online:

https://www.mtu.edu/housing/campus/communities/

Limited space is still available in the following theme communities: Forestry Resources (Wadsworth Hall), Leadership (Wadsworth Hall), Visual and Performing Arts (Wadsworth Hall), Summit Healthy Living (McNair Hall), and Women in Engineering (McNair Hall).

First year undergraduate students who live in a them community will enroll in a one credit Creating Your Success (UN 1010) course in the fall semester with other theme community students. An additional $30 community fee per semester is applied to student accounts for students who live in these areas to support their additional activities.

If you would like to update your room assignment to join a theme community, please email housing@mtu.edu from your Michigan Tech email account.  Let us know your full name, Mnumber, and the theme community you wish to join.