Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management public presentations scheduled
Candidates will be on campus starting next week. If you are able, please try to attend the public presentations:
- Candidate 1: Monday, March 28, at 3 p.m., 208-209 Bernhard Center
- Candidate 2: Wednesday, March 30, at 2 p.m., 208-209 Bernhard Center
- Candidate 3: Friday, April 1, at 11 a.m., South Ballroom of the Bernhard Center
- Candidate 4: Monday, April 4, at 2 p.m., 208-209 Bernhard Center
Learn more at wmich.edu/provost/administrative-searches.
Spring midterm grade reporting
Midterm grades were reported in nearly 45% of all gradable sections offered this semester. The College of Arts and Sciences reported grades in almost 54% of its sections. Great job, CAS! Here is a breakdown of the grade reporting:
Arts and Sciences: 472 of 875 sections (53.9%)
Aviation: 63 of 124 sections (50.8%)
Education and Human Development: 146 of 319 sections (45.8%)
Engineering and Applied Sciences: 79 of 220 sections (35.9%)
Fine Arts: 140 of 429 sections (32.6%)
Haworth College of Business: 143 of 311 sections (46%)
Health and Human Services: 110 of 303 sections (36.3%)
Merze Tate College: 7 of 7 sections (100%)
Other: 4 of 8 sections (50%)
Total: 1,164 of 2,596 sections (44.8%)
Hardship withdrawal process
As a reminder, March 21 was the last day for students to withdraw from spring classes. Withdrawal from a course will now only be permitted through the hardship withdrawal process via the Office of the Ombudsman.
Fall registration is underway
Fall course offerings can be accessed via GoWMU or the WMU Course Offerings page. Working with students who are unsure about the registration process? Feel free to share the following walk-through videos from the Registrar's Office:
Spring commencement participation information
A reminder on how to participate in spring commencement was sent to graduates via email earlier today. The deadline to reserve tickets for the in-person ceremonies or submit materials for virtual inclusion is Monday, April 4, at 11:59 p.m. Graduates may purchase regalia from the WMU Bookstore shops. GPA and military honor cords are available to eligible students upon request. Learn more at wmich.edu/commencement.
Did you know? A fun fact from the Registrar...
More than 5,100 guest tickets have been reserved for the spring commencement ceremonies since the portal opened on March 1.