WMU's Safe Return Plan

WMU has charted a course through the COVID-19 pandemic that continues the University's high-quality educational experience. Classes will begin Sept. 2. WMU's student-facing services will resume in-person operations on Aug. 17.

View the Safe Return Plan

Be smart. Be safe. Be Broncos.
  • A student wearing a mask stands on campus.

    Ready For Fall

    Student to student, WMU senior Ryan explains each of the five class formats offered by the University for the safe return to campus this fall.

    Watch the video

  • A student wearing a mask performing a procedure during a Physicians Assistant class.

    Return to Campus

    Focused on masks, testing and monitoring, hygiene and social distancing, WMU has developed a comprehensive plan to return to in-person instruction in the fall on Wednesday, Sept. 2.

    Prepare for a safe start

  • A photo of Khadejah Al Muhaisin

    Passionate Pursuit

    Khadejah Al Muhaisin is an advocate for social justice and equity. At WMU, she's gaining skills to turn that passion into purpose as she pursues a career in social work.

    Learn why she's driven to make a difference

  • A doctor giving a nasal swab to a man inside a car.

    Rapid Results

    Active COVID-19 antigen testing, which offers results within 15 minutes, is now available at WMU's Sindecuse Health Center, one of only a few sites in Kalamazoo County.

    Get tested

Admitted and prospective students: Visit our Virtual Experiences page for information on how to connect with admissions and virtual sessions and tours.

Events

Getting the Most Out of Google Scholar

Date: Aug. 18
Time: 11:00am

Learn about the benefits of using Google Scholar to identify a variety of literature in virtually any subject area. Setting up a Google Scholar profile allows researchers to increase the status and impact of their scholarly output. 

Library Resources in Elearning

Date: Aug. 24
Time: 10:00am

Learn about the Library Resources module that will appear in Elearning starting this fall, featuring subject-specific resources for your course. This workshop will also highlight the benefits of adding a subject librarian to your course.

Virtual Workshop

Date: Aug. 24
Time: noon
"Citation Counts and Journal Impact Factors for Tenure and Promotion," presented by Kate Langan via Webex, noon to 1 p.m. Free. Registration requested.