• View of the COVID-19 at the molecular level.

    Review frequently asked questions related to study abroad. 

    COVID-19 FAQ's
  • Virtually connect with us through an admissions session, information session, and advising session.

    Admissions Session
  • Research the scholarships offered by WMU and other organizations.

    Research the scholarships offered by WMU and other organizations.

  • Great photos give everyone inspiration!

    Photo Contest
  • Intern abroad

    Develop professional skills while gaining global work or volunteer experience.

    Intern Abroad

connect with us virtually

Western Michigan University is currently functioning in a "limited operations" capacity. Additionally, all summer session I courses will be offered through distance education. Keep up-to-date on the University’s response to COVID-19 at wmich.edu/covid-19.

We are still here to help, you can get in touch with us virtually:

Admissions session  Advising  Information Session

Updates on COVID-19

For the most up-to-date information on the University's response to COVID-19 (coronavirus) can be found at wmich.edu/covid-19. Review Frequently Asked Questions about study abroad-related travel given the current outbreak in our COVID-19 FAQ's.

Global engagement in the classroomStudents interact with elephant on study abroad adventure!

An easy way to incorporate global engagement in the classroom is to expose students to study abroad! Join WMU Study Abroad's classroom outreach initiative by inviting a representative in to your classroom to talk about the benefits of study abroad and the frequently asked questions. Request a presentation.

Get Globally Engaged This Week!

Don't forget to subscribe to Get Globally Engaged this Week!  A weekly email of upcoming opportunities for global engagement on campus and in the Kalamazoo community.


A unit of the Diether H. Haenicke Institute for Global Education.

As a partner of the Institute of International Education's Generation Study Abroad initiative, WMU Study Abroad is committed to increasing study abroad participation by 50 percent over five years spanning 2014 to 2019.