Visit Campus

The best way to really get to know WMU is to visit campus. We welcome you to join us for our many campus visit programs. From daily campus tours to informational events for students and families, we offer opportunities that will fit your busy schedule. At your campus visit, you will learn from current WMU students and staff about why WMU is a smart choice. If you are unable to visit campus, we invite you to explore WMU via our virtual tour

Click on the programs listed below for more information:

Campus tours

Daily admissions presentations and walking tours of main campus, for prospective and admitted students and their families.

Incoming Freshmen Tours Transfer Student Tours Graduate Student Tours

Additional tours

Students planning to major in the colleges of aviation, business, engineering and applied sciences or health and human services may be interested in additional tours of these specific areas. Daily tours of these colleges are offered Mondays through Thursdays at 1 p.m. ET and Fridays at 2 p.m. ET. The guided tours last approximately one hour. If you would like to schedule a tour in one of these areas and you are also participating in a campus tour on the same day, please register for the 10 a.m. campus tour on that day. Contact your college as follows to schedule your tour:

Advising appointments

If you would like to speak with an academic advisor or learn more about a specific academic college, please contact the advising office for your major as follows:

  • Arts and Sciences: (269) 387-4366
  • Aviation: (269) 387-0347
  • Business: (269) 387-5075
  • Education and Human Development: (269) 387-3474
  • Fine Arts: (269) 387-4672
  • Engineering and Applied Sciences: (269) 276-3270
  • Health and Human Services: (269) 387-2656
  • University Curriculum/Exploratory Advising: (269) 387-4410
  • Lee Honors College: (269) 387-3230
  • Graduate students should call the Graduate College: (269) 387-8212.

Other Visit Opportunities


Spring program held on campus for high school juniors, sophomores and their families to start their college search process.


Fall programs held on campus, which offer high school seniors and their families the opportunity to learn more about WMU.


Campus visits for schools and organizations, which are designed and scheduled for the needs of each specific group.


Programs held at locations in Michigan and Illinois that offer students the opportunity to learn their next steps to become Broncos.

Social media

Stay connected to Western Michigan University and interact with our social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, and Pinterest.

Other opportunities on your campus visit

Specialty tours

Travel information

Virtual Tour