Per President Montgomery’s March 20 announcement, effective Monday, March 23, through Saturday, April 25, University operations will be limited to those activities that are essential for the institution to continue its most critical functions. Additionally, all summer session I courses will be offered through distance education. Keep up-to-date on the University’s response to COVID-19 at wmich.edu/covid-19.
Immigration Compliance and International Admissions and Services will continue to offer advising services to support international students and exchange visitors, faculty and staff, visiting scholars and international visitors. Advising services will be offered VIRTUALLY Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
As an institution of higher education, the staff in the Haenicke Institute for Global Education are not authorized to offer tax preparation services or advice. Therefore, staff cannot answer specific tax questions or help you prepare your tax forms. Ultimately, it is your responsibility to meet your tax obligations and do so accurately. Failure to file tax forms is a violation of United States law and may jeopardize your future status in the U.S. Helpful information on tax requirements for international students and scholars can be found here.
Phishing is an online scam involving emails with a clickable link that appears to be from a trusted source. By clicking a phishing link, you may compromise your data and your computer hardware. WMU offers training, resources and information on current phishing attempts to help students defend their data and computers.