CHHS COVID-19 updates


While all instruction has moved to online learning, the College of Health and Human Services is closed to the public. Faculty and many staff remain available by phone and email.

Advising and Student Success

CHHS students, CHHS Advising and the Office of Student Success are open and available to serve the needs of our students. Click here to find your advisor. If you would like an appointment, contact the office to set up a meeting.


Join us in increasing awareness around mask use. Let everyone know #whyImask. Download your own sign here.

CHHS WMUx Faculty Champions

CHHS faculty, our faculty champions for online teaching, Holly Grieves and Lisa Singleterry, are available to answer questions and help you with your online teaching needs during the summer I session. Their virtual office hours are Tuesday and Thursday, 9 to 11 a.m. and 3 to 5 p.m.

Mindfulness meditations

Join Dr. Lori Gray, coordinator of the integrative holistic health and wellness programs, for weekly mindfulness meditations, every Wednesday at noon through the month of May. Open to all WMU faculty, staff and students. 


Meeting ID: 771 761 904
Password (if required): mindful

University information

The University's COVID-19 Task Force has worked tirelessly for weeks, preparing for and reacting to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation in our state. They have established a webpage to catalog their communications and offer links to other useful resources.

WMU's COVID-19 response 

Support for students, staff and faculty in need

The Solidarity Fund for WMU Employees and Students is a nonprofit organization started by WMU employees. It is NOT affiliated with the University in any official way, but is meant to offer help to those in need during this uncertain time. The Invisible Need Project is a volunteer-based committee intended to serve students with unmet needs, while strengthening the culture of giving at Western Michigan University.

Solidarity Fund for WMU Employees and Students  Invisible Need 

Donation points for WMU support efforts

Donate to the solidarity fund  donate to invisible need  

Need more support?

The WMU School of Social Work is offering extra support for all CHHS staff, faculty and students during this time. If you are in need of extra support of any kind, click the button below. It will open an email to Jennifer Klauth, student services representative from the School of Social Work, who can connect you with appropriate resources.