Continue the Power of Giving

Because of you, Michigan Tech has achieved amazing discoveries, learning, and research. You have helped us to shape the future for students. But we can’t stop here. Help us go forward. You support dreams. You inspire confidence. You expand horizons. We need your ongoing support. Because you make an impact every day. And Michigan Tech thanks you.

Michigan Technological University Impact Report 2017

Thomas and Suzanne Fedorka with their family.

Thomas and Suzanne Fedorka: Making a Difference. Giving Back.

Thomas and Suzanne Fedorka give back to help students receive an education at Michigan Technological University, but their gift also honors the life of their daughter, Amanda.

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Jim and Jean Parm

Jim and Jean Parm: Investing in Outstanding Students.

Jim ’81 and Jean ’82 Parm want Michigan Tech students to receive an exceptional experience. That’s one reason why they decided to give back by creating the James and Jean Parm Endowed Scholarship.

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Mike Balok and his family.

Michael (Mike) Balok: Scholarship Supporter. Helping Future Students.

A scholarship helped Michael (Mike) Balok complete his education at Michigan Technological University and pursue a career in the medical field to become an ophthalmologist.

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David Szyszkoski

Honoring the Memory of David M. Szyszkoski '04.

The David Szyszkoski Memorial Scholarship will provide financial support for students to not only further their education, but also honor the life of a Michigan Technological University student.

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John and Joan Calder

John '67 '76 and Joan Calder: Giving Back. Supporting Michigan Tech.

John ’67 ’76 and Joan Calder give back to Michigan Tech to support students and faculty.

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James M. DeGraff

James M. DeGraff: Geologist. Educator. Michigan Tech Supporter.

James M. DeGraff ’75 ’76 was collecting rocks and minerals at age eight. By high school, he was reading about mountain and rock formation and river system development. "I thought those were some of the coolest topics," he says.

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Dave and Sharron Paris pose with Blizzard T. Husky.

Dave and Sharron Paris: Husky Supporters. Giving 50 Years.

Dave and Sharron Paris have supported Michigan Technological University every year for 50 years through athletic donations, scholarships, and most recently, gifts to support the University’s mascot, Blizzard T. Husky.

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James and Lorna Mack

James and Lorna Mack: Supporting the Future of Teaching and Research.

James and Lorna Mack have helped to create the future for faculty and students at Michigan Technological University.

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  • 1,402
    graduate students (PhD and Master's)
  • 5,917
    undergraduate students
  • 12/1
    student to faculty ratio
  • $63.5K
    average starting salary
  • 94%
    job placement rate