President Montgomery smiling in his graduation regalia.

A message from the president

"We are not focused on endings but on new beginnings. Graduates, as you move forward with your future plans in starting your career, continuing your studies or building a successful life, I know you will call on the expertise, passion and grit acquired through your experiences at WMU. Thank you for including us in your journey."

Ready for success

From teachers to health care professionals to aviators, Bronco graduates are ready to charge out of the gate and make an impact.

  • A photo of Aunner Calderon forming a "W" with his hands.

    Driven to give back

    A future doctor, Aunner Calderón is empowered to change the trajectory of not only his own life, but also the lives of his family and those in his community.

  • Elizabeth "E.J." Taylor walks across a theatre stage with her arms outstreched.

    On a role

    A natural performer, E.J. Taylor is ready for the next stage in her life, looking forward to furthering her acting career while also mentoring youth.

  • A portrait of Mey Wong in her graduation attire.

    Programming a bright future

    Internships were the key to success for Mey Wong, who landed a job months before graduation. But the computer science student also learned how to tackle challenges outside of the classroom by joining an unexpected organization.

  • A portrait of Kyle Albrecht in his graduation attire standing in front of a plane.

    Ready for takeoff

    Kyle Albrecht has spread his wings at Western, joining the precision flight team and working as a test pilot for a new flight simulator.

Show your Bronco pride!

From photo frames to phone backgrounds, there are a number of ways to celebrate the Class of 2022.

Students pose in a graduation cap and gown and holding a graduation cap in front of a fountain.