Month: May 2021

Capture Your Adventure MTU: Week 3

For our third week of #captureyouradventuremtu, the theme is wildlife. Students have until 8pm on Sunday EST to post pictures of any wildlife they have seen!

To go with the theme of wildlife our spotlight of the week is to focused on the DNR and their information on “Managing your Resources” for wildlife. The graphic we shared on our socials can be found below. More information on resource managing and woldlife can be found on the following website.


Capture Your Adventure MTU: Week 2

For our second week of #captureyouradventuremtu, the theme is parks. Students have until 8pm on Sunday EST to post pictures of any county, state, or national parks they’ve attended.

To go with the theme of parks our spotlight of the week is to focused camping etiquette. The graphic we shared on our socials can be found below. More information on the camping safety and etiquette can be found on the following website.


Capture Your Adventure MTU: Week 1

To kick off our first week of #captureyouradventuremtu, the theme was water. Students posted pictures relating to water all across the country, from Puget Sound to the shores of Lake Superior.

To go with the theme of water our spotlight of the week was to focus on the U.S. Coast Guard Portage. This crew posts a lot of great graphics and videos about water safety. The graphic we shared from them on our socials can be found below. More information on the coast guard and the duties and services they offer, can be found on their website.


Capture Your Adventure MTU

If you haven’t heard yet, this summer we are hosting #captureyouradventuremtu through social media. Each week will consist of different themes relating to getting outside and we’re asking students to post and share pictures.

To enter, follow and tag @mtu_wellbeing in your post and use the hashtag #CaptureYourAdventureMTU. If you choose to post your submission as an Instagram or Facebook story, we ask that you please DM us a screenshot so we can see your entry at the end of the week!

To participate, you must be a Michigan Tech incoming freshman, undergrad student, graduate student, PhD student, or a 2021 graduate to participate.

For more information, go to the FAQ’s located on our website, and in addition, below are the graphics detailing the themes.