Congratulations on your admission to Western Michigan University and welcome to the Bronco Family! One of your first steps is to let us know whether or not you plan to attend.
Yes, I will be attending fall 2017
Admission deposits will be accepted beginning August 15, 2016 for the fall 2017 semester.
Your admission deposit confirms that you plan to enroll at Western Michigan University. This deposit is required of all first-time freshmen students. The $100 deposit is credited toward your first semester’s bill and is payable online with a credit card or via electronic check.
How to pay deposit
- Have your Bronco Net ID and password ready. Can’t find it or forgot it? Call the HELP Desk at 269-387-4357.
- Log-in to GoWMU.
- On the Student Home tab, click Payment and Account Information.
- Select the Deposits tab.
- Select the semester you’ll begin at WMU.
- Select Admission Deposit Fall.
- Click Continue.
- Select payment method and enter information.
- Submit Payment.
By check or money order
Check or money order payable to Western Michigan University should be mailed to:
Office of Admissions
Western Michigan University
1903 W Michigan Ave
Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5211 USA
Please write the student’s name, Western Identification Number and “Admission Deposit” on the memo line.
Deposits may be made by check at the Office of Admissions. Our office is located on main campus in the Seibert Administration Building across the street from the Bernhard Center.
Request a waiver
If you wish to request a waiver of the deposit, we ask that you submit a deposit waiver request form. You will receive email confirmation when the waiver has been approved.
No, I will not be attending
If you wish to cancel your admission, we ask that you submit a cancellation form. The Admission Confirmation Deposit is refundable for cancellations received before May 1 .
Applications are kept on file for two years. If you decide to return to WMU within that time frame, you will only need to update your application materials and no additional application fee will be required.