Academic Resource Center
The Academic Resource Center coordinates a free campus-wide tutoring service that has been developed to guide the work of students as they make their way through certain courses of study that have been identified as having particularly challenging coursework. All sessions are free and do not require advance registration.
Admissions is an excellent resource to help you get acclimated to the WMU atmosphere.
The WMU Bookstore Shops is your source for team apparel, gifts and accessories for women, men and kids.
WMU's on-campus bus system. Students, faculty and staff ride for free.
Dining Services offers many dining options, all designed to provide a variety of healthy food choices to the WMU community. Dining facilities are located at many convenient locations across campus, and they accept a number of flexible payment options.
The mission of the Student Financial Aid Office is to increase access to a rigorous and affordable college education by being WMU’s central source for financial aid funding, information, planning and education.
Office of the Registrar
The Registrar’s Office is responsible for maintaining the integrity of academic records for all individuals who pursue their education at WMU. Academic records include, but are not limited to, student academic information, records of enrollment, academic status, degree completion and directory information. The Registrar’s Office also provides administrative support and services for students, faculty, staff and administration. Services include academic schedule preparation, assigning classroom space, assistance with the grading process, graduation auditing and veteran’s services.
Office of Residence Life
The mission of Residence Life is to foster a residential experience that engages individuals as students, community members and learners through academic support, civic responsibility and personal development.
WMU Parking Services is located at 2507 W. Michigan Avenue and is one block east of the intersection of Howard Street and West Michigan Avenue. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The telephone number is (269) 387-4609. After hours, parking questions may be answered by the WMU Police Department at (269) 387-5555.
Student Activities and Leadership Programs
SALP's mission is to enhance student learning and leadership development by engaging students in educationally purposeful and diverse co-curricular experiences.
Study abroad, in addition to enhancing your education by raising your geographical and cultural awareness, has been linked to cognitive, academic, and professional benefits. Whether you are a business major, foreign language major, nursing major, or any major in between, Western Michigan University has a study abroad program suited for you. Information of study abroad programs geared toward Exploratory Advising students as well as programs for all other majors can be found on the Broncos Abroad website.
WMU's College Advising Offices
As an undergraduate student at WMU you will receive assistance from your college advisor as you plan your courses and work towards your degree. Each of the colleges has an office staffed with professional advisors. These offices, their location and phone numbers are listed in the Directory of Undergraduate Advisors.
The Writing Center at WMU is dedicated to creating and fostering a campus culture that values writing as an essential process by which individuals develop scholarly knowledge, critical thinking skills and practical wisdom. The Writing Center helps writers at all levels and of all abilities determine strategies for effective communication and to make academically responsible choices at any stage in the writing process and in any genre of writing.