One Stop makes going back to school a breeze
Jan. 1, 2010
KALAMAZOO--As thousands of students pour back to campus, Western Michigan University will once again offer a one-stop service center to those wishing to take care of last-minute business associated with the start of a new semester.
WMU's temporary One Stop Convenience Center offers students and their parents an assortment of campus services in one convenient location. The operation will be assembled in the second-floor Bernhard Center Ballroom the last two days of spring advising and the first three days of classes.
Those visiting One Stop will be able to pay bills, purchase parking permits, arrange for on-campus housing and sign up for meal plans. They also may pick up information on financial aid, employment, and immunizations and other health-care services.
The convenience center will be staffed by representatives from several different areas, including the offices of Information Technology, Residence Life, and Student Financial Aid and Scholarships; Accounts Receivable; Career and Student Employment Services; Parking Services; Registrar's Office; Sindecuse Health Center; and WMU Dining Services.
Bronco Express, the year-round service center located on the main floor of the Bernhard Center, will remain open to assist students with registration, financial aid and making payments to their accounts. The WMU Bookstore, Bronco ID Card Center and University computer store, TotalTech, will assist students on the main floor. Students who need access to a computer can use the Bernhard Computing Center located on the lower level.
For more information, visit wmich.edu/registrar/onestop.
University offices, including all advising offices, reopen Monday, Jan. 4, following the holiday closure. Residence halls reopen at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 9, and spring semester classes begin at 8 a.m. Monday, Jan. 11.
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