Michigan Tech University’s board of Trustees has approved the school’s new master plan. The master plan will guide the university’s development of future buildings, collaborative space for faculty and students, and new place making features. Thousands of students and alumni have contributed to the new master plan during the past two years through campus forums, surveys and committees. Michigan Tech is aiming for close to three percent growth over the next fifteen years. And will pan to add an additional 490 beds of residential space. The school has already begun work on the new master plan, as construction for the school’s H-STEM building began this past spring. The new building is expected to open in the spring of 2024.
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