COMMITMENT TO ACHIEVE
To be recognized for transformative STEM and Design education that develops leaders with an entrepreneurial mindset and global perspective.
To develop innovative and agile leaders through a student-centric learning environment and applied research embracing theory and practice.
Character and Integrity
Theory and Practice
Teamwork and Trust
Student-focused and Caring
The intellectual development and transformation of our students into critical thinkers, leaders, and lifelong learners.
Recognition of Excellence
- Top Tier U.S. News & World Report America's Best Colleges
- Princeton Review "Best in the Midwest"
- Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching recognition
- G.I. Jobs "Military Friendly School"
- State of Michigan Center of Excellence for Sustainable Infrastructure and Structural Testing
- Among Intel's "Top 50 Unwired Campuses"
- Michigan's first wireless laptop campus
The Lawrence Tech Advantage
- Leadership Program provides all undergrads workforce advantages at every level of their degrees, resulting in diploma-enhancing Leadership Portfolios
- Entrepreneurial education and internships
- Quest program provides unique learning opportunities outside the classroom
- Most students are employed within a month of graduating
- Certificate programs retool workers for emerging industries
- Private, fully accredited university with 4,500 students representing 25 states and 50 countries
- 102-acre full-service campus in Southfield
- Learning centers in southeastern and northern Michigan, Canada, China, Germany, India, Mexico, and Taiwan
- Largest architecture school in Michigan and among the top 10 nationally
- Over $50 million in new construction in past decade
- Nearly 30,000 alumni; approx. 90 percent remain in Michigan
- Nearly half of licensed Michigan architects are Lawrence Tech grads
- Nearly 100 associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral programs in Colleges of Architecture and Design, Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Management
- Focus on "theory and practice"
- 12:1 student/faculty ratio
- Laptop or tablet computers provided to all undergrads
- Co-op, part-time work, internships, and student projects provide real-world experience and networking opportunities
- Day, evening, weekend, and online courses
The Future in the Making
- LEED Silver-certified A. Alfred Taubman Student Services Center is a "living laboratory" of green building technologies
- Center for Innovative Materials Research develops and tests composite materials for defense and infrastructure applications
- Student-designed and -built solar home serves as a regional educational center for green architecture and engineering
- Research partner of DTE Energy's hydrogen technology park, the first and largest of its kind in the world
- Center for storm-water management education
- Over 500 residential students in two housing centers
- More than 50 student organizations
- 10 fraternities and sororities
Commitment to Student Success
- Some 70 percent of students receive financial aid
- $35 million in financial aid awarded annually
Lawrence Tech Alumni: Proven Leadership
- Steven A. Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft
- John DeLorean, auto innovator and creator of the first muscle car-the GTO
- Edward Donley, former chairman of Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., and U.S. Chamber of Commerce president
- Ronald Knockeart, inventor, laser barcode scanner and keyless door locks on cars
- Amy Mioduszewski, National Radio Astronomy Observatory scientist who researches microquasars
- George Sierant, inventor, first successful rear-facing child safety seat
- A. Alfred Taubman, pioneer developer of shopping malls