Admitted Broncos


 Set your Bronco NetID password and log in to GoWMU

  • You should have received a Bronco NetID and a temporary password via email from the Office of Information Technology. Your Bronco NetID is different from your WIN (Western Identification Number). Visit Change Password to set you set your Bronco NetID password. If you do not have your Bronco NetID and temporary password, please contact the Technology Help Desk at (269) 387-HELP or email

  • Log in to GoWMU to verify your new password.

  • Be sure to check your WMU email regularly, as important University business -- such as your financial aid offer details -- will be sent there.

 Make an advising appointment and register for classes.

  • Make an advising appointment with your academic college to learn which classes you should register for on your registration date. Students must meet with an advisor prior to registration.
  • Register for your classes in GoWMU. Registration for the fall semester begins in mid-March and in mid-October for the spring semester. Tuition is not due at the time of registration. The day after registration you will be required to activate two-factor authentication (2FA) as part of the WMU Login process. Have your cell phone and Bronco NetID password ready. Learn more and activate early at  


 Update your FAFSA and apply for scholarships.

 Let us know you're coming.

  • Submit your $100 Admission Confirmation Deposit (preferably before the May 1, 2021). This fee confirms your fall enrollment and is applied to your fall semester tuition. 
  • If you wish to cancel your admission, complete the cancellation form. The $100 enrollment deposit for fall semester will be refunded if the cancellation is received prior to the following dates:

    Fall - August 1
    Spring - December 1
    Summer I - April 1
    Summer II - June 1


 Register for housing.

View Room selection tutorial

 Sign up for orientation.

 Send your final transcripts.

  • Submit a final transcript from your college upon completion of your most recent course work to WMU Admissions at This is an important step as it can affect your ability to register for future terms and may also affect your financial aid and housing status. If you decide to enroll at WMU and chose to submit self-report scores, you must provide official test scores prior to new student orientation. See testing policy for details and review the ways to submit your scores.