Public Input Sessions
Work to redevelop the new South Residential Neighborhood kicked off with two input sessions designed to get feedback from the campus community on April 12. Information about the projects is at www.wmich.edu/news/2018/03/46035 or for additional details download the presentation.
South Residential Neighborhood
Recruitment and retention in the South Residential Neighborhood continues to be an overarching goal for housing and dining master planning. Housing options that will provide a broader scope of choices for all WMU students in supportive living environments are in the early planning stages. For additional information about the South neighborhood plans, visit www.wmich.edu/news/2017/11/44075
Residence Life and Dining Services operations are committed to adding value to the WMU student experience, while containing costs so that access to higher education is attainable and affordable. As self-operated auxiliary units, these self-supporting functions do not receive tuition revenue or state funds. Reporting through the Vice President for Student Affairs, they maintain a commitment to student development and recognize that a safe, structured and engaging living experience enhances academic success.
- Opened Sept. 1, 2016 overlooking Goldsworth Valley pond
- Offering nine micro-restaurants with a variety of healthy options
- Re-opened fall 2016
- Graduate student units included
- Phase II and community center opened fall 2013
- New complex opened fall 2011
- Major renovation fall 2011
- Opened fall 2010