Thank you for your interest in applying for admission to Western Michigan University and becoming a Bronco! Begin the application process by selecting the option below that's right for you.
Students applying for Fall 2018
We are no longer accepting freshmen applications for 2018, as the deadline has passed. The WMU online application will remain open for all other undergraduate student types until August 15. Transfer students can apply via Common Application until July 28.
Students applying for Spring, Summer or Fall 2019
The WMU online application is open for freshmen and transfer students; the application for all other undergraduate student types will be available soon. The Common Application will be available August 1, 2018.
Important information for undergraduate applicants
Applications and all materials must be received by the Office of Admissions by the following deadlines to be considered for admission.
- Fall- Classes begin in late August. Freshman must submit their application by June 1. All other undergraduate types must submit their applications by August 15.
- Spring- Classes begin the first week of January. Applications must be submitted by January 1.
- Summer I- Classes begin the first week of May. Applications must be submitted by May 1.
- Summer II- Classes begin in late June. Applications must be submitted by June 15.
College transcripts must be received within 90 days of the print date on the transcript to be considered official. Transcripts can be sent from the issuing institution to WMU in many ways.
- Electronic- Transcripts can be emailed by the issuing institution to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Mail- Transcripts can be mailed to Office of Admissions, Western Michigan University, 1903 W Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49008.
- Hand-delivered- Transcripts in an envelope sealed by the issuing institution can be dropped off with an admissions staff member in the Seibert Administration Building.
- Fax- Transcripts can be faxed from the issuing institution to 269-387-2096.
Western Michigan University Office of Admissions can accept test scores in a number of ways.
- Scores can be sent directly from ACT or College Board. Western Michigan University's codes are 2066 for ACT and 1902 for SAT.
- Scores can be printed directly on your high school transcript.
- Score reports generated by a testing entity can be mailed, emailed, faxed, or hand-delivered. Follow the instructions laid out in the transcript section above for more information.
Accessing your Application
If you are curious whether or not materials you sent to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions have been received, you can access this information in two ways, depending upon how you applied.
- If you applied through the MyBronco portal, you can log in with your username and password to view whether or not your materials have been received by WMU.
- If you applied through the Common App, you will need to create a MyBronco account with the same email you used on the Common App. You will then be able to log in to MyBronco and monitor the receipt of your materials.
- If you need more assistance, you can contact the Office of Admissions at (269) 387-2000.