All students within Western Michigan University's Department of Comparative Religion must meet regularly with advisors during posted hours to ensure they have met all graduation requirements. It is each student's responsibility to schedule appointments in a timely manner to meet graduation deadlines posted in the academic calendar.
Meet with a College of Arts and Sciences advisor for major/minor and general education requirements:
See the College of Arts and Sciences advising web page for more information.
- Application for Permission to Elect - 4980 Independent Study
Meet with an advisor regarding the comparative religion master's program or spirituality, culture and health master's or certificate program:
- Application for Permission to Elect - 5980 Readings in Religion
- Application for Permission to Elect - 7000 - 7350 Independents
Graduate College Forms
All other forms can be found on the Graduate College forms page.