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Making history in 2021

  • President Montgomery stands at the podium of the Michigan Science Center.

    The first initiatives made possible by the historic Empowering Futures Gift—a $550 million contribution to the WMU Foundation over 10 years—will provide not only tuition-free education but also low-cost housing, a new innovative Living Learning Community, internship stipends to foster career development and graduation scholarships for 1,350 incoming and current Broncos during the first year alone.

New at WMU

Highly honored

  • Kathy Beauregard

    Director of Athletics Kathy Beauregard has announced her plan to retire after 42 years with the University. She says, "It's difficult to step away from them, from my colleagues and what we've built together, but I've been blessed to have a wonderful career. I'm filled with gratitude as this chapter of my professional life comes to a close." 

    Beauregard's final day on the job will be Dec. 31. The University will immediately launch a national search to identify the Broncos' next director of athletics.

Conquering COVID-19

Noteworthy developments