We invite you to visit WMU!

We are currently hosting small, in-person tours while also being conscious of safety measures and physical distancing for both our campus community and visitors.

If you're a prospective graduate or international student, please visit the corresponding website for details and assistance on other visit opportunities.

In-person experiences

We recognize that the campus visit experience can be an important part of the college search process for students (and families). At WMU, we are hosting small, in-person tours while also being conscious of safety measures and physical distancing for both our campus community and visitors. As such, our Admissions team is prepared to offer you both virtual and in-person options. Should you choose the in-person visit experience, you will receive a student-led, 60-minute walking tour on our amazing campus and learn about all the possibilities and opportunities awaiting you at WMU.

We’re excited to welcome you to Kalamazoo—in person—to introduce you to life as a Bronco. Campus visits are one of the best ways for you to view student life first-hand—see our favorite spaces like Sangren Plaza and Miller Fountain—in other words, begin to imagine what life will be like as a Bronco!

Before your visit

All visitors are required to register for a tour in advance. To allow for proper social distancing, families are limited to three (3) members: the prospective student and two (2) guests. We regret that we will not be able to accommodate walk-in visitors. Face coverings are recommended, but not required, when outdoors on campus, but should be worn at all times when indoors. Please review WMU’s Facial Covering (Mask) Policy online. After registering for the tour, you will receive specific information about campus arrival and check-in location via email. Our campus Visitor Guidelines can also be viewed online.

Self-guided Saturdays/Sundays

Explore WMU on the weekend through our WMU Campus Tour mobile app! Unsure on how to get started? Student ambassadors will be on standby on the First Floor in the Bernhard Center and ready to assist you in getting started with the app and tour path. You can find the table on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. ET. The self-guided app is, however, available to use 24/7.

Be sure to stop by on these dates: 

  • Saturday/Sunday, May 29/30
  • Saturday/Sunday, June 5/6
  • Sunday, June 13
  • Saturday, June 19
  • Sunday, June 27


WMU Campus Tour App

Students sit on bench in front of Waldo Library

Search "WMU Campus Tour" in your preferred app store

Download our self-guided tour app

The app can be used both on-campus or remotely from the comfort of your own home. If you choose to come to campus, the app will connect to GPS and give you turn-by-turn directions. After downloading the app, you will need to create an account (or sign in if you have already used the app), so that you are able to use the app in its entirety.

Virtual experiences: Info sessions and tours

Choose from Q&A sessions or virtual tours

WMU Admissions offers a variety of virtual sessions during the week. Whether you're looking for answers to important questions, or want to engage with our team, check out the full list of available sessions on our Virtual Experiences page.

Virtual experiences: Academic colleges

Experience a virtual information session with live Q&A with a representative from WMU's academic colleges. Learn more about how the college and its programs create an academic experience to prepare successful graduates. Sessions days, dates and times vary by college. All sessions follow Eastern Time. Admitted students, prospective students and families are encouraged to attend. Please check back as more sessions will be added. If you have an academic area of interest, but you're not sure what academic college it falls within, view our major list. Please note that sessions and Q&A are tailored to prospective undergraduate students.

In order to provide the best audio and visual experience during our virtual experiences, please download the Zoom app to your desktop or mobile device prior to your scheduled session. Zoom is experiencing issues with their web browser functionality at this time.

Other visit opportunities

Virtual Tour

The virtual tour explores many of WMU's academic and extracurricular opportunities and showcases our learning, living and social spaces. You can take the tour all at once or jump into whatever section interests you by using the list of the left side of the screen.

Admitted Student Events

Programs held to offer students the opportunity to complete their next steps to become Broncos.

Open Houses

Programs held on campus, which offer prospective first-year students and their families the opportunity to learn more about WMU.

Social Media

Stay connected to Western Michigan University and interact with our social media accounts. Our team has been busy creating videos to help introduce you to life as a Bronco. Find us on TikTok, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to see more.