ATYP classes begin September 11

ATYP classes begin September 10 on both main campus and at the Battle Creek campus. Classes in high school math, English, and computer science are held one (or two) days per week in the afternoon for gifted middle school students. Main campus students attend classes at Sangren Hall while the Kendall Center houses the students in Battle Creek. 

Upward Bound Summer Program

The Upward Bound Summer Program begins next week on the first floor of Schneider Hall. This year we are proud to announce that we are adding students from Van Buren County to the program. Students receive academic support through the program but also are able to do some fun things. Kalamazoo students will culminate the program with a trip to Washington D.C. Both programs will be visiting colleges to help the students have a college going mindset.

Podcast from our director

Our director, Erika Carr, recorded a podcast about her story and how it is connected to her work and the creation of the Office of Precollege Programming.

Summer Camps

During the summer, Western Michigan University offers a wide variety of camps geared toward students of all ages. Our camps range from academic to sports, with a little bit of everything in between. Camps vary in cost based on requirements. We are still in the planning process for summer camps but check back often for more information. 

For more information on any of our exciting camps, please click on the link.