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The Lawrence Technological University Student Government is recognized by the University administration as the official representative for the entire student body. It offers the opportunity for students to better themselves and their University through involvement in campus activities. All interested students are encouraged to attend meetings and express their views.
StuGov actively endorses all Lawrence Tech clubs and organizations that are beneficial to personal and scholastic achievement. The Student Administration consists of a president, vice president, treasurer, and secretary, who are elected in a spring campus-wide election.
Members of the Student Senate include official representatives from each recognized student organization and four senators-at-large. (All full time enrolled students can run for office as a senator) Senators are the only voting members at Student Government meetings. All business concerning the Student Government is brought before the Student Senate for approval.
21000 West Ten Mile Road, C404
Taubman Student Services Center
Southfield, MI 48075
Lawrence Technological University’s second annual Research Day on April 4 embraced the culture of interdisciplinary research. Sponsored by the Research Support Services Committee (RSSC) and the Office of the Provost, this year’s Research Day was made possible through a generous corporate sponsorship from Johnson Controls.
The Blue Devils have home-field advantage in their first playoff game against Siena Heights University on Saturday, April 26, at 2 p.m. at Detroit Country Day School in Beverly Hills.
A complete rebuilding and transformation of Evergreen Road, east of campus, will begin in May. During the 12 to 15 months of construction, the street will be upgraded to a four-lane boulevard with a landscaped median, bike path, stormwater mitigation, and mid-block crossings.
Lawrence Technological University Professor Donald Carpenter will monitor the results of a recently announced $2 million project to reduce stormwater runoff in Detroit and eliminate some sewer overflows into the Detroit River.
Lawrence Technological University has received a three-year $697,000 grant from the Wisconsin-based Kern Family Foundation to support further expansion of entrepreneurial-minded learning in the curricula for undergraduate engineering students.
The Lawrence Tech Women’s Lacrosse Team took home six awards from the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) for achievements on and off the field of competition.