Montana Technological University alumnus Jack Standa will deliver the commencement address at the University's 2023 fall ceremony. The event will occur on Saturday, December 9, 2023 at 11:00 am in the HPER. The University will award 205 degrees and certificates to 195 graduates. Montana Tech will graduate the first students from the Lance College of Mines & Engineering at the ceremony.See details.
Finals week, the holidays, and the long, cold winter that Montana is known for are on the horizon, and stress levels are understandably high. Montana Tech is encouraging students to log in to Mantra Health to access a wide variety of free services available to help improve mental health, including coaching, counseling, and techniques to build a personalized self-care routine.Learn more and sign up!
If you are going to be a line worker, you have to be strong, have the courage to climb to the tops of power lines, the driving skills to maneuver huge commercial vehicles, and the confidence to problem solve on the fly, in all weathers. Gwen Bjorkman of Columbus exemplifies all of those traits. She’s one of 48 graduates from 7 different states in Highlands College’s Fall 2023 Pre-Apprentice Line Program.Learn about Gwen Bjorkman and Line Rodeo.
Montana Technological University nursing junior Emily Ratz is looking forward to exploring opportunities in pediatrics and obstetrics, and has her eye set on furthering her education as a nurse practitioner. The active student athlete says the Nursing Scholars Edge Program has been a huge help in her journey to becoming a healthcare leader.Learn more about Emily, program.
Today, the students of Oredigger Media continue a century-long tradition by sharing the student experience through digital platforms.Learn more and join club!
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.”
If you ask senior Jordyn LaPier her motivation behind getting a bachelor’s degree in occupational health and safety from Montana Tech, the story starts and ends with family.
On a computer screen, the tailed virus appears to be about six inches long. The crisp image may look puzzling to untrained eye, but to the school teachers taught to use Montana Technological University’s new state-of-the-art scanning/transmission electron microscope the image clearly shows a bacteriophage, a virus that can infect and replicate only in bacterial cells.
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.