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In the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Montana Technological University is a place of purpose, home to uncommon thinking, research, innovation, and ideas. With Montana as our living laboratory, we offer a top education as a leading STEM university, with strong additional programs in nursing, health, and professional fields. What we do matters, today more than ever.
Your Path, Our Programs
Montana Tech may be best known for engineering and the natural sciences, but we also offer established programs in business, health professions, and other fields. Explore what you can do at Tech and where we can take you.
Montana Technological University received a historic $31 million gift from Ryan and Lisa Lance today. The transformative gift to the Montana Tech Foundation will benefit future students, educational programs, research, entrepreneurism, and a pivotal investment in shaping the energy workforce of tomorrow.Read the full story.
The Wall Street Journal has named Montana Technological University #7 on its 2023 list of Top 20 Public Colleges for Engineering Salaries.Learn more about ranking.
Online registration rallies for new incoming freshmen or transfer students will be held May 25, June 15 and June 29. An in-person registration rally for new incoming freshmen or transfer students will be held on campus on June 9.Sign up for a registration rally!
In January 2022 the DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory (ARL) provided Montana Tech with a $5 million research and development award through a Cooperative Agreement, enabling ARL and Montana Tech to work closely together to investigate ways to enable the development of a stable national supply chain for rare earth elements.Read full story in MNews.
The Montana Tech NASA Robotic Mining Club brought home numerous awards from the NASA Lunabotics Competition at the University of Alabama last week.See results.
Registration is now open for the Dual Enrollment Summit at Highlands College, which is targeted toward current or potential high school concurrent enrollment instructors or faculty/administrators, college liaisons and individuals who oversee dual credit courses or have an interest in learning more about overseeing dual enrollment courses.See schedule and register.
Montana Society of Engineers 2023 Gold Medal winner Baylie Phillips is celebrating her fellow women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) after rising to the top of a field of all women engineering students who were finalists for the award.
When it comes to the world’s petroleum reserves, there is a lot of collective worry over when exactly mankind will have tapped them all. What the general public may not know is that for every well drilled a significant portion of crude is left behind.
John Allard currently works for Brimstone Energy as an exploration geologist, a specific subset of economic geologists who works to discover new metal deposits that can be extracted and used.
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.