• University Computing Center

    University Computing Center

  • Help Desk staff

    Help Desk: ready to help

  • UCC computer lab

    Computing labs

  • Instructor in front of classroom

    Classroom technology

  • student using wireless in the Bernhard Center

    Wireless all over campus


To report an after-hours campus-wide or system emergency, e.g. Webmail Plus, Elearning, or GoWMU is down, call (269) 387-4357. Appropriate action will be taken in the event of an emergency. Non-emergencies will be handled during normal business hours. 


WMU email is migrating to W-Exchange spring 2016
January 28, 2016
Early in 2015 the University was informed that our email provider was discontinuing its email services. A committee comprised of WMU students, faculty and staff was formed to seek a new product. Their recommendation, Office 365, was presented to, and approved by, the Information Technology Executive Advisory Board in September, 2015. A WMU marketing team has branded our new email as W-Exchange and migration of all WMU accounts to W-Exchange will take place during spring 2016 semester. Migration information is available on the migration website, with some information yet to be finalized.

IT not recommending WMU employees upgrade to Windows 10 at this time
August 21, 2015
Any time a new operating system comes out, there is a fair amount of testing that has to occur to assure that the upgrade will work with Banner and other enterprise systems in use on campus. This testing is occurring and an announcement will be made when it is concluded and the upgrade may take place.

Office 365 ProPlus now available to current students and employees
May 27, 2015
Currently enrolled students and currently employed faculty and staff may now obtain Office 365 ProPlus at no cost for personally owned devices. Office 365 offers both desk top and cloud services.