An exterior view of the newly renovated Dunbar Hall.

'Innovation, collaboration and academic excellence'

The newly renovated Dunbar Hall boasts state-of-the-art classrooms, advanced technology integration and dynamic student workspaces that promote active learning and innovation.

Latest news

  • Dr. Karika Parker stands in front of Heritage Hall.

    Dr. Karika Parker, B.A.'02, M.A.'07, Ph.D.'22, a postdoctoral fellow with the Lewis Walker Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnic Relations, uncovered the lead role Albert White played in constructing Heritage Hall and considers it her "life's work ... to make sure everybody knows (his work) and to celebrate him even beyond Black History Month."

WMU Student Center

  • A student hammocking in the new student center.

    New heart of campus

    Belonging is at the center of the WMU Student Center, an incredible new space for students to come together to connect, collaborate and chow down.

  • Students studying and hanging out on the second floor of the student center.

    Space for community

    The student center features a number of student-focused resources and gathering spaces like the Student Organization Center, game room, dining facility, fast-casual restaurants and a multitude of hammocking poles throughout.

  • A student eating in the new dining center.

    Dining your way

    Students have the option to enjoy a meal at the state-of-the-art dining facility on the third floor or grab some food to go from Mi Pi pizza, Fuego Verde or Re-fresh Market on the first floor.

  • Students gaming in the new game room.

    Fun with friends

    Game On is a unique rec space that blends the classic arcade-style game room with comfortable lounge seating and modern gaming experiences.

Outstanding faculty and staff

  • Kevin Curiel-Vasquez in Sangren Hall.

    "I am the first."

    Broncos are grabbing the reins, creating a better life as a first-generation college student. At Western, we have resources and support for these trailblazers of education.

    Celebrate our first-gen students

  • Hannah Douglas in Reed Fieldhouse in her cap and gown.

    Just the beginning

    For Western graduates, commencement isn't the end of a journey—it's the beginning of a new life full of meaning. Their years as a Bronco are creating opportunities of a lifetime.

    Read how our recent grads are finding success

Wellness at Western

WMU is redefining success as we expand what it means to be "smart" in an ever-changing world. Our goal is to prepare students for a life well-lived by helping them to pursue, thrive and prosper. This holistic approach starts with the skills and abilities you don't see on paper: mental well-being, grit and purpose. That's why Western is launching new wellness tools to help students explore their strengths and areas for growth.

  • YOU at Western

    Whether you're looking for straight A's, trying to land that internship, hoping to make new friends or work through some mental or physical struggles, YOU at Western can help with that.

  • A student holds up a phone with the WellTrack app open.

    WellTrack allows users to track their mood over time, identify stressors, intentionally schedule self-care activities and learn about strategies to manage feelings of depression, anxiety and stress.

  • Uwill student mental health and wellness. We're here for U when you need someone to talk to.

    Uwill offers students free access to teletherapy services 24 hours a day, seven days a week throughout the year and tailors the experience based on an individual's unique needs and preferences.