(269) 387-1850, 1st Floor Sindecuse
Emergency and urgent assessments, free counseling for WMU students, consultation
Sindecuse Health Center
Emergency and urgent assessments, psychiatric services, medication evaluations
Medical Social Work
Fran Morrow, Medical Social Worker
(269) 387-3290, Sindecuse Health Center
Crisis intervention services, short- term counseling, resource coordination, and assistance with financial/insurance issues. Services are available to students, staff, faculty and retirees at WMU.
Associate Dean of Students
Suzie Nagel, Associate Dean of Students
Pat Hale, Administrative Assistant
(269) 387-2150, 1st Floor Faunce
Centers for Counseling and Psychological Services
(269) 387-5105, 3109 Sangren
(616) 771-4171, 200 Ionia Street, SW., Grand Rapids
Counseling and psychological services are provided at low cost to children, adolescents, and adults residing in southwestern Michigan.
WMU Department of Public Safety
University Substance Abuse Clinic
(269) 387-7000, Unified Clinics, 1000 Oakland Dr., Kalamazoo
Substance abuse services are provided by licensed counselors under the supervision of faculty members from the Western Michigan University Specialty Program in Alcohol and Drug Abuse.
WMU Disability Services for Students
(269) 387-2116, Woodlawn Place Building (same building as Children’s Place Learning Center)
Beth denHartigh, Director, (269) 387-2120
Dorothy Fancher, Assistant Director, (269) 387-4128
Jen Lawson-Steeves, Office Associate and Test Coordinator, (269) 387- 2116
Bronco Express Service Center
(269) 387-6000, 1st Floor Bernhard Center
WMU’s portal, GoWMU, provides access to financial aid and account information
Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships
The office must be accessed through Bronco Express, but the website has lots of useful information
Office for Transfer Student Services
(269) 387-0740, 2nd Floor, Bernhard Center
Division of Multicultural Affairs
(269) 387-3317, 2nd Floor, Ellsworth Hall
The Division of Multicultural Affairs (DMA) serves as an information resource on the role and value of diversity in education for WMU, and for the greater Kalamazoo communities.
Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay and Transgender (LBGT) Student Services
Jen Hsu, Coordinator
(269) 387-2123, 2315 Faunce
LBGT Student Services offers education about gender identity and sexual orientation to the WMU community and collaborates with registered student organizations and members of WMU and local community agencies to provide students with access to healthy resources, activities, and support services.
Kathy Mitchell, Ombudsman
Eric McConnell, Assistant to the Ombudsman
(269) 387-0718, 2420 Faunce Student Services
A university ombudsman's role is to provide confidential advice and nonpartisan assistance in solving problems and resolving disputes. An ombudsman is independent of the university's formal administrative structure and cannot impose solutions, but can identify options and strategies for resolution. The four guiding principles of an ombudsman are confidentiality, independence, neutrality and informality.
(269) 387-4300, 3rd Floor, Seibert Administration Building
Lots of important information which is vital to your career as a student as WMU.
387-5890, 2nd Floor Ellsworth
Other Important Phone Numbers at WMU:
WMU Main Switchboard: (269) 387-1000
Admissions: (269) 387-2000
Dean of Students: (269) 387-2150
Financial Aid: (269) 387-6000
Parking Services: (269) 387-4609