Welcome To Online Education

Thank you for enrolling in an online education course. Your Elearning course will be accessible the first day of class at 8 a.m.

To Access Your Elearning Course

  1. Visit GoWMU.wmich.edu and login with your Bronco NetID and password.
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  2. Click on the Elearning icon (top right)
  3. This will take you to the ‘My e-learning’ page. Under Course List, click on your course subject.

Tips to a Successful Online Course Experience

For more information about course requirements and media

  • View course offerings
  • Select Term
  • Once you have selected the term you may filter your results by selecting additional criteria from the drop-down menus: Campus, Instructional Method, Subject, Course # or Instructor.
  • Once you have found your course click the title (ADA 2250-Drug Use: Per/Soc Impact) to review required textbook, course pack and any additional course information.
  • Your course may have streamed audio and video requiring a high speed internet connection to watch online. Please make sure you meet this requirement before registering for the course, see below.

System requirements

  • WMU online courses require access to broadband Internet access of at lmbs.
  • Before you get started using Elearning, take a few minutes to complete the WMU browser check test to make sure your computer is equipped with all the necessary software for the online learning environment.
  • If you require additional support please call our office at (269) 387-4357 or email at helpdesk@wmich.edu.

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How to find a proctor and request an exam

Some online courses may require that you have your exams proctored. A proctor is a person appointed to supervise or monitor a student while taking an examination. You should determine if your course requires this by reading the syllabus located within your course.

  • If you will be coming to our office please feel free to contact us or call (269) 387-4200 for more information.