As stated in a March 2014 email, effective August 1st, all communications to LTU students, faculty, and staff will be made through ltu.edu email addresses and will not be sent to any other email addresses. To read more, please click here.
Starting June 23rd, current students registered for the Fall 2014 semester and full time faculty may come to exchange their laptop. For distribution hours and instructions please follow this link.
myPassword is a self-service password management application.
You must set up a profile before you can use myPassword to change or recover your campus password.
eHelp is a one stop source for instructions and documentation to help you navigate the computing environment at Lawrence Tech. Click on the appropriate links, to find information on Blackboard, the LTuZone, Webmail, BannerWeb, available software, campus printers, and more.
If you need immediate assistance, please contact the Help Desk by phone at 248.204.2330 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lawrence Technological University has placed in the top 100 colleges and universities nationwide in the 2014-15 PayScale College Salary Report, which measures the earning power of college graduates.
Lawrence Technological University (LTU) will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Taubman Complex, which will be the home of the Marburger STEM Center, on Friday, Sept. 19, at 11 a.m. The new building will provide advanced facilities for robotics engineering, biomedical engineering, life sciences and several related programs.
For the second year, Lawrence Technological University (LTU) will host two conferences on the use of digital technology in the humanities, Network Detroit: Digital Humanities Theory and Practice, on Friday, Sept. 26, and Great Lakes THATCamp on Saturday, Sept. 27.
The deadline has been extended to Wednesday, Sept. 24, for innovators and entrepreneurs to apply for the nine-week Saturday mentoring program at Lawrence Technological University that helps advance new product ideas and establish new business opportunities.
Student athletes from Lawrence Technological University (LTU) provided assistance at the Southfield polls for the Aug. 5 primary election as part of a coordinated effort that raised almost $6,000 for the Special Olympics. Other student athletes supported youth activities and participated in community beautification in Southfield.
Associate Professor Ahad Ali of Lawrence Technological University organized a tour of the Chrysler Jefferson North Assembly Plant where the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango are produced.