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You are part of what makes WMU great, and during Giving Day 2021, you can do even more to help us elevate—in the classroom, in the community, and on the field.
#WMUGivingDay will kick off at midnight on April 14, 2021 giving alumni and friends a chance to give back to WMU.
This is the opportunity for Broncos to lift one another up to make us the institution of choice in Michigan, and to ensure all students who seek to make a difference in the world have the opportunity to do so with an education from WMU.
Here’s how you can get involved in Giving Day and help support students, faculty and staff in the College of Arts and Sciences:
- Visit wmualumni.org/givingday and make a gift of any amount. You will be able to designate your gift however you choose, or you can support one or more of the following Arts and Sciences initiatives:
- Dean's Excellence Fund
- Research and Creative Activities Fund
- Student Retention Scholarship
- Study Abroad Fund
WMU Giving Day Challenges – check out WMU’s Giving Day challenges for a chance to win funding to put towards an organization/area on campus of your choosing.
Share the love
Share why you support WMU on social media using #WMUGivingDay and ask your Bronco Friends and Family to make a gift! Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram for updates throughout Giving Day to see why others in the Bronco community choose to elevate WMU.
College of Arts and Sciences Faculty and Students
When you support the College of Arts and Sciences on #WMUGivingDay, you help ensure every one of our students has the opportunity to achieve their dreams with a degree from WMU.
Major: Political Science, Capital Intern Program
Minors: Spanish and History
For political science major Emma Haiser, the opportunity to intern for Rep. Jon Hoadley at the Michigan State Capitol was a life-changing experience – one that may not have been possible without the support of WMU alumni and friends.
DR. SHERINE OBARE
Former Vice President for Research
Major: Behavioral Science
Intern for Former Vice President for Research
Supporting student and faculty research and creative activities is one of the best reasons Broncos give back to WMU.
Institute for Intercultural and Anthropological Studies–Anthropology
The opportunity to study abroad and experience out-of-classroom activities provides students with critical connections to what they've learned in the classroom.
*We would like to give a special shout out to Hassan Ahmed H. Alsaeed and Callahan Decillis, students in the School of Communication's film, video and media students program, for their dedication and hard work on these outstanding videos.