The Campus Activities Board (CAB) provides the WMU community with diverse entertainment activities including a movie series and evening comedy club. CAB strives to represent the interests of students, and helps support Registered Student Organizations. All WMU students in good standing are eligible to become CAB members.
The Graduate Student Advisory Committee (GSAC) is a committee of, and for graduate students. GSAC's primary function is to be a liaison between the WMU administration and graduate students, and to:
The Student Activities and Leadership Programs (SALP) office works to inspire excellence in student leadership development, and to engage students in programs outside the classroom. Staff members provide support and services to students, and to student organizations to enhance student learning and personal development.
There are over 300 Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) at WMU representing a dynamic and diverse student body. WMU encourages all students to enrich their academic lives, become involved in campus activities, and join student organizations.
The Student Recreation Center (SRC) is a $32 million center that offers quality facilities and fitness programs for students and staff. The University Recreation office promotes healthy life-style choices, team building, leadership skills and opportunities for positive social interaction. Options include:
The Western Student Association (WSA) is the student government of WMU representing the voice of over 26,000 students. There are many ways for students to get involved, express student concerns, and to represent the student body of WMU. The WSA strives to improve the lives of students through: