Distance learning at WMU will continue through the first Summer semester.
A WMU student has self-reported as having COVID-19, but the diagnoses has yet to be confirmed.
Students will be able to retrieve possessions from their dorms tomorrow following Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's executive order limiting travel to essential purposes only.
Last week, Western Michigan students who decided to stay in the residence halls were prepared to ride out social distance learning until classes returned to normal.
President of U-Haul, John “JT” Taylor, announced that the moving and storage company is extending 30 days of free self-storage at U-Haul-owned and operated facilities. This is to help college students impacted by the unpredicted schedule changes at their universities.
WMU announced earlier this morning that all residence halls will be closing on Tuesday, March 24 amid COVID-19 concerns. Most students will need to check out by Sunday, and WMU has released check out procedures to limit the potential for spreading COVID-19.
The Office of the President informed Western Michigan University students and families of the university’s plan to extend social distance learning to the end of the semester and close residence halls.
Undergraduate students can now change their course to credit/no credit through April 3 after an increased level of uncertainty according to an email sent by WMU's Registrar.