The first two phases of our process are all about getting to know Michigan Tech. They include setting the direction for the process, engaging the campus community, gathering information, and discussing the vision for 2045.
Michigan Tech's campus is a place for teaching, learning, research, and engagement. We work to understand the data and feedback by visualizing it and asking questions.
From there, we take the data and feedback and begin to establish priorities and ultimately a framework. These themes and potential futures shape the scenarios we present back to the campus community.
The plan will address questions ranging from enrollment changes, program delivery/offerings, demographics, workforce and industry needs, research, transportation, student life and housing, land use impacts, and building renovations.
The final phases are focused on implementation and packaging the final plan, which will provide a blueprint for implementation while also allowing flexibility to adapt to the University’s needs.