Lasting international friendships, an appreciation for foreign culture, and a lifelong zest for the opportunity to travel are just a few benefits Orediggers received through Montana Tech’s 2023 Summer Study-abroad Program in Austria.Learn about upcoming opportunities.
Montana Technological University will host an upcoming STEM-focused open house event known as Tech Day on Friday, November 17, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tech Day is a one-of-a-kind, hands-on college visit experience for prospective students. Students are invited to the main university campus in historic Uptown Butte, Montana, to experience a day of interactive laboratory breakout sessions, campus tours, and a chance to explore academic areas of interest.Find out more and sign up!
We are excited to invite new and returning families to campus for this fun-filled weekend featuring quality time with your student and exciting adventures in beautiful Butte, America.Learn more and RSVP.
The Nursing Scholars Edge Program selects 10 top Montana high school seniors every year from a pool of qualified applicants.Learn more and apply.
Collaborative research between Montana Technological University and the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Keyport officially kicked off this fall, bringing expanded opportunities for talented student researchers to participate in projects for the U.S. Navy.Learn more about new opportunities.
Walk to school with Montana Tech Student-Athletes. Each elementary school will have designated meeting points for students to walk to or be dropped off at. At these points there will be Tech Student-Athletes in uniform to walk with the students to school.Find out how to walk with us!
National industry leaders stressed the importance of an interdisciplinary approach to solving global energy issues in a panel hosted Sept. 22 at Montana Technological University.
ConocoPhillips CEO Ryan Lance told students from western Montana high schools to follow their passion as they choose what to do after graduation, in a question and answer session hosted Friday by Montana Technological University.
Montana Technological University is now admitting students to the recently approved Construction Management Bachelor of Science program, housed in the School of Mines and Engineering’s Civil Engineering department.
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.