There is no better place for high school students to get hands-on experience in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) than Montana Technological University’s Spring Tech Day. This year’s event takes place on Friday, March 8 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.Get signed up!
Every time the Space Race has gained momentum over the past 70 years, Montana Tech Orediggers have answered the call to push the boundaries of their engineering skills to higher altitudes.Learn about First Nations Launch.
Nearly 87% of Montanans self-reported as outdoor recreation enthusiasts in a recent Headwaters Economics poll, and a new club on the Montana Tech campus is hoping to add to that tally, by minting new outdoors people who confidently hike, hunt, fish, and more on public lands.Learn more about club!
The stereotype of a person interested in business might bring to mind images of sharp suits and briefcases, but the Montana Tech Business Guild has a more jovial take on the subject.Learn more.
The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) will conduct an evaluation of institutional effectiveness accreditation visit to Montana Technological University on April 15-17, 2024 as part of a seven-year cycle. Montana Tech has been accredited by the NWCCU since 1932 and was last reaffirmed in 2017.
The following Montana Technological University students have been placed on the Honor Roll, Dean's List, and Chancellor's List for the fall semester 2023 at Montana Technological University in Butte, Montana.
For Aubrey Teller, the answer to “What do you want to do when you grow up?” has always been simple. “From a young age, I always knew I wanted to work with animals, especially in the medical field,” Teller remembers. “My favorite animal is horses, and I want to be a large animal and small animal veterinarian.”
Access valuable digital databases, maps, atlases, and historical journals of geological and mining resources dating back to the 1800s. Some of our valuable resources, including maps from the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, are housed only on Montana Tech campus.
The Tech Vision Student Aid Fund helps recruit new Orediggers and provide funds to take care of our current students. Our goal is to raise $160,000 annually to impact 50-75 students and right now gifts to Tech Vision are being matched 1:1 up to $80,000.