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Date: Apr 06 2010 Major: Mechanical Engineering (This Major's Salary over time) I am very happy that I graduated from Michigan Tech. I came from a big city and fell in love with the area. You have to love snow and you have to be ok with a lack of sunlight. Most people can't handle that part and become depressed from the lack of Vitamin D. There are a lot more men then women, but every year that difference in ratio decreases. The last two years of my college career had a 50/50 ratio. And yes, some of the women aren't the prettiest (and they may chew), but there is also a really good amount of pretty girls (they just might not like the dorky guys or the men who chew :/) Anyways is you like to hike, mountain bike, snowmobile, backcountry ski & snowboard, snowshoe, and basically enjoy every bit of nature with new adventures, Michigan Tech is perfect! The education is what you put into it. If you don't try the professors won't waste their time either. If you do and you get to know them, they are some of the best professors and make every attempt for you to understand the information. Self motivation is key. But that is the way it should be at every University. Classmates are easy to work with and the student body really helps each other out. The athletics are obviously not Division I Athletics but the cross country ski team, cross country team, and basketball are some of the best in the nation. Michigan Tech is all around a great university, but it takes and open-minded and dedicated person to succeed!