WMU students practice safe distancing

Be Smart. Be Safe. Be Broncos.

We are looking forward to welcoming students to campus this fall and have been diligently making plans to provide a variety of outstanding and safe experiences. While things may look a bit different on campus this year, students will continue to have opportunities to meet new people, join student organizations, work, live and engage in the diversity of campus life. 

Goldsworth Valley Bridge

Concerned about a WMU student?

Student Concern Form

Staffing Hours

Beginning September 8, the Student Affairs office staff is working remotely and providing all services by phone, email and WebEx.

Please call (269) 387-2150 or (269) 387-2152  Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for assistance

We are available to assist with scheduling virtual or in-person appointments with: 

• Dr. Diane Anderson, Vice President for Student Affairs
• Dr. Suzie Nagel-Bennett, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students
• Mr. Vernon Payne, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs
 

 

Our Student Affairs team of professionals is dedicated to fostering your involvement, growth and development in safe, healthy and inclusive learning environments. Through collaborative relationships within Western Michigan University, we strive to create a community that embraces interculturalism and focuses on your holistic development. In order to assist you in attaining your educational, personal and professional goals, we offer programs, services and opportunities to help you learn and engage in ways that develop your passions and prepare you to make a difference in our global society.

Family Town Hall

Watch the July 8 recording and view the materials presented

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