5 Fun Facts about the MISUMI University Program

The back-to-school season is approaching! Students are busy gearing up for the new school year. If you are an engineering student, add the MISUMI University Program (MUP) to your back-to-school checklist. The MUP is applicable to University students in the US and Canada. Through engineering support, presentations and parts sponsorship; the MUP is a great resource for students.

This year, we are excited to announce a refreshed program! To get ready for the new Fall Semester, here are 5 fun facts about the MUP.

1 Sponsoring Success  

MISUMI is focused on putting engineers first. The MUP strives for student success. During your educational career and beyond. The MUP provides valuable knowledge and experience that you can apply to the classroom and when starting your career.

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2 Parts Please

Are you working on a student project and need parts sponsorship? The MUP offers potential parts discount and/or parts sponsorship. MUP members can submit a request for part sponsorship. All submissions are reviewed by MUP Coordinators and parts are awarded based on MUP criteria. Submit here!

3 Dedicated Support

Questions? We have answers! With our engineering support team, all MUP members have access to dedicated support. Experienced MISUMI engineers are available to answer questions and offer suggestions for any part or project. Email them at engineering@misumiusa.com!

4 Membership Community

The MUP group has a great community on LinkedIn. The MUP LinkedIn Group is where members ask questions, share ideas, showcase their projects and more! All MUP members are encouraged to join the LinkedIn community.

5 Configured to Save Time

MISUMI offers multidimensional configurations. How many? 80 Sextillion mechanical part configurations! Configuring components is easy and saves you time. MISUMI gives you the power to design based on your exact specifications.

Questions? Contact mup@misumiusa.com!

Best of luck to all students in their upcoming academic year!

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