Congratulations, 2020 grads!

We proudly acknowledge your resilience and commitment to making the world better.
 Wherever life leads you, you’ll always be a member of the Bronco family.  We can’t wait to see what you achieve next.

  • president montgomery shakes the hand of a graduate on stage

    Welcome from the President

    It is my great pleasure to congratulate the members of Western Michigan University’s Class of 2020. Earning their degree represents one of the major milestones in the lives of our graduates and highlights their transition from being college students to WMU alumni.

    Read the letter

  • The Future Begins Now

    They have the tools they need, now it's time to show the world what Broncos can do. Career and Student Employment Services is connecting graduates with thousands of employers to secure their future.

    Start your career

  • A photo of Khadejah Al Muhaisin.

    Passionate Pursuit

    Khadejah Al Muhaisin is an advocate for social justice and equity. At WMU, she's gaining skills to turn that passion into purpose as she pursues a career in social work.

    Learn why she's driven to make a difference

  • Making a Splash

    Pursuing a bachelor's degree in freshwater science and sustainability at Western Michigan University allowed RJ Bolzman to channel his passion into purpose.

    Getting his feet wet at WMU

  • 'Everyone Gets a Chance'

    International student Luis Durán says everyone has a unique experience at WMU. Thanks to his time at the University, he's launching a career in food and consumer package goods marketing with plans to return to the Dominican Republic.

    Heading into the future

  • Dreaming Big

    Following in her father's footsteps and making her mark in a history of Bronco firsts, Alaa Sleymann can now call herself a graduate of Western Michigan University.

    Continuing her family legacy

  • In the Spotlight

    From dress rehearsal to taking the stage, Kobe Brown is ready for his next chapter in life—halfway around the world. The theatre graduate says WMU helped him explore what set him apart from the rest.

    Preparing for the next act

  • A male graduate stands outside the Haworth College of Business

    Standout Leader

    Kordell Smith started his college career with a last-minute decision. Thanks to that choice, he's now heading into the world with a career on the horizon and pride in his Bronco roots.

    Finding the right fit

  • A female graduate stands outside on campus.

    Busy Bronco

    After juggling school, internships, a job and volunteering, it's no surprise Lee Honors College graduate Kassidy Davis is ready for the next step.

    Beginning a new challenge