• One of the small floor air handling units that will be installed in areas that do not have access to outside air.

    Implementation of Building Air Quality Updates

  • Two employees sit at a desk behind computers with cabinets and more computers behind them

    FM Service Center

    For assistance, call (269) 387-8514 or submit a Bronco Fix-It to be processed Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Ground floor of Waldo Library shown, which a stack of books on the right, some chairs by a table to the left and work stations seen in the distance. The carpeting is various colors of grey with larger yellow stripes down the front portion.

    Bronco Project Request

    Start a project by completing and submitting the Bronco Project Request Form to have your project request placed in the system.

  • One of the entry points of the new Student Center and Dining Facility can be seen under construction. There is a large stairwell leading up to a platform that has a room with sky lights held up by pillars. In the distance you can see the rest of the building.

    Ongoing Capital Projects

    Construction continues on the new Student Center and Dining Facility and Dunbar Hall Renovation projects.

  • Many people in graduation regalia sitting in auditorium seats.

    Facility Event Services

    Submit an Event Request form to receive facility services for your campus event.

Creating a Home for Campus

Facilities Management strives to create a home for all students, faculty and staff at Western Michigan University.  It is our mission to support and maintain the foundation of our University in order to foster the education of our future.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • 8.25 million square feet of University space

  • 1270 acres

  • 49 miles of utilities

  • 39 miles of sidewalk



Facilities Connection Issue 3

March 16

  • Custodial employee starts giving tree
  • Landscape snow removal highlights

Facilities Connection Issue 2

February 2

  • Seita Scholars holiday dinner is a success
  • Burnhams demolition begins