Our swimming pool, spa and kiddie pool will be closed for routine maintenance from April 4th, 2019 until April 10th, 2019.
Michigan Tech Facilities
John MacInnes Ice Arena
The John MacInnes Ice Arena is home to Michigan Tech's NCAA Division I hockey team. Seating 4,200 visitors and including 14 rentable luxury suites/skyboxes, the arena was voted the second-best hockey arena experience in Michigan in 2012 by Stadium Journey magazine. In addition to varsity hockey, the arena hosts kinesiology and integrative physiology classes, intramural hockey, recreational skating, youth and adult hockey, figure skating programs, private rentals and special events.
Mont Ripley Ski Area
Mont Ripley welcomes all snow enthusiasts. Owned by the university, this ski area sits between the cities of Houghton and Hancock, just minutes from the Country Inn & Suites. After skiing at Mont Ripley, you’re only a short drive from restaurants, microbreweries, nightclubs and shopping. Mont Ripley is a star attraction of the scenic Keweenaw Peninsula and is home to the most snow in the Midwest.
A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum
The A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum, situated on campus, is the official mineral museum of the state of Michigan. It houses the largest mineral collection of the Great Lakes region on public display and is considered one of North America’s great mineral museums.
Portage Lake Golf Course
Portage Lake Golf Course is a top-quality 18-hole golf course affiliated with Michigan Tech University. It overlooks Portage Lake, part of the body of water connected to Lake Superior and bisecting the Keweenaw Peninsula.
Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts
The Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts fosters a welcoming atmosphere to challenge minds, celebrate ideas, explore possibilities and create a memorable experience through the arts. It’s the place to experience concerts, plays, Broadway shows and student-authored productions.
Student Development Complex
State-of-the-art facilities, modern equipment and enough variety to keep the whole family active and motivated—Michigan Tech’s Student Development Complex (SDC) provides four seasons of recreation and fitness activities for students, faculty, staff, and the whole community.
Shout, “Go Huskies!” at Michigan Tech’s Sherman Field, home field for the GLIAC award-winning men's varsity football and women's varsity soccer teams.
Michigan Tech Trails
Michigan Tech's trail system is located right across the street from the Student Development Complex on the south end of the campus on MacInnes Drive. The 35 kilometers of trails are nationally recognized for both quality and variety of terrain and maintenance.