• Female student smiles outside of Sangren Hall

    Learn more about Western

    Tell us a little about yourself, and we'll share important deadlines, upcoming event details and an outline of your next steps for a smooth transfer to WMU.

  • Sangren Hall in spring

    Apply now

    If you're planning to transfer to Western, get started on your admission application today!

  • Meet us virtually

    Contact your admissions counselor to set up a phone or virtual appointment to get your questions answered. We are here to assist you!

  • View of campus

    Plan your transfer path

    Utilize our guides to ensure a smooth transfer process.

  • Michigan Transfer Agreement

    MTA satisfies lower-level WMU general education requirements.

Welcome future Broncos!

The Office of Admissions is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. We encourage you to connect with us in one of the following ways: 

  • Make an appointment. Undergraduate, domestic students can locate a transfer admissions rep to request a virtual meeting on the Find My Rep page or call (269) 387-2000 to make an in-person appointment.  Calls will be answered Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Go virtual.  Take advantage of our many virtual options.  
  • Visit campus. Register in advance for an on-campus student-led tour

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Pride points


  • President Montgomery speaking at the podium at Kalamazoo Valley Community College's Texas Township Campus.

    WMU President Edward Montgomery says that the University's mission "is to give students an efficient pathway to their education plan and help individuals in Kalamazoo, West Michigan and across the state reach their full potential. Today’s signing agreement reiterates just that, and Western is honored to be partners on this rewarding journey."

  • President Montgomery stands at the podium of the Michigan Science Center.

    The first initiatives made possible by the historic Empowering Futures Gift—a $550 million contribution to the WMU Foundation over 10 years—will provide not only tuition-free education but also low-cost housing, a new innovative Living Learning Community, internship stipends to foster career development and graduation scholarships for 1,350 incoming and current Broncos during the first year alone.