Housing and Dining master plan (HDMP)
Residence Life and Dining Services operations are committed to adding value to the WMU student experience, while containing costs so that access to higher education is attainable and affordable. As self-operated auxiliary units, these self-supporting functions do not receive tuition revenue or state funds. Reporting through the Vice President for Student Affairs, they maintain a commitment to student development and recognize that a safe, structured and engaging living experience enhances academic success.
Currently the Valley Neighborhood planning team is beginning to re-envision the housing mix in the Valley Residential Neighborhood. The new concept under development includes living styles that complement the total housing mix with spaces for small and large group interactions, as well as academic connections that will cultivate learning and development. Offering environmentally conscious features and purposeful use of public areas to promote socialization, the innovative living concept will create multiple levels of community engagement.
The new housing vision will introduce students to the next generation of university living.
New Valley Residential Project
Please join us for a presentation and input session to re-imagine the Goldsworth Valley site and housing on Thursday, September 14 from 4:30 to 5:30 in the main lobby and lounge area of the Bernhard Center. We are seeking input from students, faculty and staff to help re-imagine the Valley Residential Neighborhood, including the residence hall environment and site.
- Opened Sept. 1, 2016 overlooking Goldsworth Valley pond
- Offering nine micro-restaurants with a variety of healthy options
- Innovative housing complex opened fall 2015
- Designed for community engagement and student success
- Re-opened fall 2016
- Graduate student units included
- Phase II and community center opened fall 2013
- New complex opened fall 2011
- Major renovation fall 2011
- Opened fall 2010