As students at Western Michigan University's Haworth College of Business, you are doing more than learning—you're discovering, evolving and defining your success. As a college committed to excellence, we are recognizing the caliber of our students with Trailblazers, a new student recognition program honoring students who are fundamental parts of campus and the community. Blaze your trail.
Come for a half-day visit—a great way to see what it’s really like to be a BUSINESS BRONCO at Western Michigan University!
This program partners you with current Haworth College of Business students at the top of their programs. Classes, life in the residence halls, student organizations, internships, networking, social events—just ask!
Western Michigan University offers a variety of classes in the summer. Summer courses are open to WMU students, guest students from other colleges, and high school students seeking to take a college course. WMU offers undergraduate and graduate courses in two terms: summer I and summer II.
Western Michigan University’s highly respected Food Marketing Conference will celebrate its 50th anniversary, with a conference program that “rivals any in the history of the event,” according to Dr. Frank Gambino, professor of marketing and director of the food and consumer package goods marketing program. The two-day conference will be held March 16 and 17.
WMU's integrated supply management program was recently named second in the nation by Software Advice for its emphasis on teaching technology, software and quantitative tools in an undergraduate program.
Jeana Koerber will discuss "Enabling Children to Reach Their Full Potential Through Evidence-based Practice" at 8 a.m. Friday, Feb. 27, in 2150 Schneider Hall.
Student Daniel Floyd has obtained a patent for his invention SpeechMasterPro, a device that assists those with speech impediments, as well as anyone else seeking to improve articulation and elocution.
Haworth College of Business seniors Hope Burnham and Caleb Ross were named overall winners at this year’s State Farm Marketing and Sales Competition and brought home $4,000 in scholarships.