OFFICE HOURS UPDATES:
Beginning Monday, July 12, Multicultural Affairs for Students will be resuming our regular Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. office hours. Please note that some of our staff members are working remotely on certain days. We highly recommend that you schedule an appointment by calling (269) 387-4420 or by contacting our staff members directly to ensure that they will be available to meet with you when you arrive. You may also use the Contact Us form to send us a general inquiry email.
At this time, all faculty, staff and students must complete the daily health survey before coming to campus. Keep up-to-date on the University's response to COVID-19 on the WMU's COVID-19 website and WMU's safe return plan for fall 2021 on the Safe Return Plan website, and review the updated mask policy announced on Wednesday, Aug. 4. Be Smart. Be Safe. Be Broncos.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Student Scholars Academy is a four-tier comprehensive program designed to offer academic, social, and professional development support and services to assist program participants from the first year through graduation. Each tier is designed to address particular developmental milestones associated with that phase of each student's matriculation.
The MLK Academy is housed in Multicultural Affairs for Students.
Please report any suspected or alleged instances of wrongdoing or misconduct or concerns about inappropriate service provisions and practices by any program staff to the Sue Murray at (269) 387-3323 or to the director of Multicultural Affairs for Students using the Student Complaint Form. In case of a medical emergency or an immediate threat to your personal safety, call 911. For non-emergencies, call WMU's Department of Public Safety at (269) 387-5555.
For detailed policies and procedures on what to do in case emergency occurs while you are on campus, refer to WMU emergency procedures.
The WMU Hotline at (269) 387-1001 and the University's home page are WMU's official sources for information on WMU closings due to weather or campus emergencies.
WMU nondiscrimination statement
Western Michigan University prohibits discrimination or harassment which violates the law or which constitutes inappropriate or unprofessional limitation of employment, University facility access, or participation in University activities, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, protected disability, veteran status, height, weight, or marital status.