• Scenic view outside Sangren Hall with a large W made from yellow flowers in the foreground
  • View of the College of Health and Human Services cafeteria and lounge
  • Interior of Heritage Hall lobby showing large open space and hardwood floors

Campuses and Facilities

From the first “hello,” you’ll feel the warmth of a welcoming community and the lively spark of Kalamazoo, our remarkable hometown. Our modern living and learning spaces and eco-friendly campuses give students ideal settings for study, discovery and downtime.

  • 90% of first-time freshman live on campus

  • 22 electric vehicle charging stations

  • 20 LEED Certified buildings

  • Rendering of the exterior of the Hilltop Village buildings

    Model of sustainable living

    The Hilltop Village plan is a model of healthy, sustainable living that will give students a place to live, learn and play while adding vitality and growth to the region.

    See the future of our campus

  • Interior of the paper printing plant

    Paper’s cutting edge

    Our new state-of-the-art facility will drive sustainability and innovation throughout the paper industry.

    Lon Pschigoda, general manager, WMU Pilot Plants at Parkview Campus

    Follow the unfolding changes

  • Several people working in a Kalamazoo neighborhood garden

    Shrinking our footprint

    From LEED certified buildings to transportation and energy conservation, the entire WMU community is committed to being one of the greenest campuses in the nation.

    See how we promote sustainability

  • Pilots posing in front of a WMU airplane

    Our campus in the clouds

    WMU’s College of Aviation is one of the best in the world. We’ve logged 80 years of success with a modern fleet of 50 aircraft and a 98% job placement rate.

    See how we fly