Election day is here. If you haven’t already filled out your absentee ballot, here’s the countywide candidates and provisions you’ll see on th…
Graduate students from the Departments of Sociology and Counselor Education Counseling Psychology responded in a letter to last month’s call for collective action by President Edward Montgomery.
Yesterday, WMU completed the first step of converting student schedules to the five COVID-19 class delivery methods, according to an email sent to the WMU community from the Office of Provost. These methods were entered in the student record system and are now viewable for students.
WMU and KVCC students and community members asked questions about equity and racial justice in policing at the final installment of the Communities in Culture series July 11.
Earlier this summer, Residence Life at WMU announced that the Burnham and Henry Hall dormitories will be closed for the entirety of the upcoming school year, citing COVID-19 health concerns. The decision has far-reaching implications for students that are dependent on on-campus housing as w…
Earlier this week, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) announced international students that were planning to study at a U.S. college or university that only offers fall semester classes online must return to their home countries or transfer to another institution that offer…
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order, which reiterates that individuals are required to wear a face covering whenever they are in an indoor public space, according to a press release from Whitmer.
WMU and KVCC will be holding the third and final installment of the Communities in Collaboration series Saturday July 11 at 3 p.m.
Students at WMU and KVCC questioned administrators on systemic oppression within student affairs during a town hall meeting Saturday, June 27.
The Board of Trustees approved Western Michigan University’s interim policy on Title IX at the June 25 meeting.