We know a college education is a big investment. With nine of ten graduates employed in three months, Broncos are confident that their investment will pay off.
Whether you are entering college for the first time after completing high school, or are transferring to WMU from another institution, be sure to check out our scholarship options. You've put in the hard work, now it's time to see your reward.
Students earn scholarships for academic success, promoting multicultural awareness and financial need. Most are awarded on a competitive basis.
OTHER SCHOLARSHIP OPTIONS
Scholarships are also available through other WMU offices and departments. Here are some additional options:
- Alumni Legacy scholarships
- Financial Aid Endowed scholarships
- Veterans and Dependents scholarships
- Departmental awards
Financial aid for higher education can include student and parent loans, grants and work-study awards. Nearly everyone qualifies for some form of financial aid. The only way to find out how much assistance your family is eligible to receive is to apply by filling out the free application. Learn the steps to apply for financial aid and use helpful tools, like the WMU Financial Aid Checklist, to simplify the process.
WMU’s federal school code: 002330
TUITION AND FEES
Higher education is an investment in your future. Learn about WMU’s tuition and fees and other expenses to consider as a college student. You can also use our online calculator to identify your estimated cost of attendance. Tuition and fees are typically due the first day of the semester or session and are determined by your residency.
Over 4,000 students are employed on campus at WMU, and many students find employment in the Kalamazoo community. Career and Student Employment Services offers Handshake to search for jobs, including on-campus work study opportunities.