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Become a Bronco

WMU has designed an ideal ecosystem of purpose- and career-driven academics, campus communities, well-being options, a supportive and diverse staff, and much more.

WMU welcomes your application for admission. If you are unsure of your student or citizenship type, visit our undergraduate Application Types page to guide you, including graduate or international applications. 

Note: The Aviation Flight Science application pool for first-year, transfer and international students for 2021 is full. For more information, please contact Tom Thinnes

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    First-Year Students

    For students who are going to college for the first time after finishing high school, finishing an early/middle college program or completing a GED.

    First-year student criteria

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    Transfer Students

    For students current enrolled at, or previously attended, another college and want to finish a bachelor's degree at WMU.

    Transfer student criteria

First-year students

Other Undergraduate Student Types

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    Returning, Initial Teacher Certification, Second Bachelor's Degree or Non-degree Seeking Applicants

    2021 applications for all student types are available now.

    Start or check your 2021 WMU application

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    High School Dual Enrollment

    High school students in the greater Kalamazoo area who have demonstrated the potential for success in college and have the approval of their high school principal may be eligible to enroll in WMU classes.

    Learn more about HS dual enrollment

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    Guest Students

    Undergraduate students who are currently attending other colleges or universities may apply for guest student status at WMU.

    Learn more about becoming a guest student

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    Senior Citizens' Opportunity Program in Education

    WMU's Senior Citizens' Opportunity Program in Education offers persons, age 62 or older, the opportunity to register for one class each semester, tuition free.

    Learn more about SCOPE

Other Applications