An academic advisor will give a general overview of how advising works at Western Michigan University and also include information regarding GoWMU, study abroad and the pre-audit/graduation application.
Learn about full-time, part-time and internship opportunities on and off campus. This session will explain WMU's Web-based employment service - BroncoJOBS Plus - and the resources for career planning that are available throughout the academic year.
CASP is committed to providing services to help increase students' college skills and success levels. This session will cover topics such as writing, tutoring, supplemental instruction, and the impact families can have in their student's WMU experience.
A representative from Bronco Express will explain the financial aid process, discuss financing options, talk about the billing and payment process, and answer your questions.
Receive an overview of WMU's Information Technology resources, including phone services, computing access and laptop initiatives.
This session will provide you with information regarding both on and off-campus housing options, and WMU Dining Services information for students living on and off campus.
Representatives from the SHC and the UCTC will talk about student insurance, immunizations, health education, mental health, prevention programs and more.
The Office of Student Activities & Leadership Programs (SALP) offers a variety of ways to become involved at WMU. This session will highlight some of the more than 300 student organizations and various programs and events sponsored by SALP throughout the year.
Receive an overview of WMU's Study Abroad programs and non-WMU programs, resources, and information regarding scholarship opportunities.
Contact Transfer Student Services at (269) 387-0740, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.