Western Michigan University has been selected as a member of Phi Theta Kappa’s 2016 Transfer Honor Roll, recognizing excellence in the creation of community college transfer pathways. WMU is one of only 40 institutions selected nationwide to receive this honor and is the only Michigan school being honored.
Go Explore. Learn all about our academic programs, the thriving student life, our 88% post-graduate success rate and the great city of Kalamazoo. The best way to experience WMU though, is to visit campus for yourself.
Go Plan. Our goal is for your transition to Western to be smooth and easy. Understand how your credits transfer, meet with us when WMU visits your campus, and connect with academic advisors now to plan for your future as a Bronco. You can also review our transfer brochure for additional planning information.
Go Apply. Connect with Admissions by joining our mailing list. We will provide you with timely information about the application process, scholarships and more. If you plan to transfer during 2016, now is the time to submit your application. We look forward to working with you and sharing all of the reasons why so many transfer students choose to Go West!
Students applying for the Fall 2016 semester are invited to attend Transfer Decision Day on Monday, July 18.
Complete the application process, submit official transcripts, receive an admission decision and credit evaluation, and meet with an academic advisor in a single day. Spaces are limited, so sign up today!
1. Schedule your advising appointment today. Admitted students must meet with a WMU advisor before they can register for classes.
2. Register for your classes. Registration for the summer I, summer II and fall semesters is open. We encourage transfer students to register as soon as possible.
Robert B. Miller College Information
Faculty and staff at Western Michigan University are eager to work with Robert B. Miller College students. We are committed to ensuring that students are able to find a path to success in the Battle Creek community. As plans are being developed, we would like to stay connected with students affected by the Miller College closing. Please visit our Miller College page for more details and contact information.