The Dean’s List for the Summer II session has been published on the Registrar’s Office website. The site allows you to search for Dean’s List recipients by name, college, city, state or zip. To view the complete list, select the term and click "Search the Dean's List".
In order to qualify for the Dean’s List, students must complete at least 12 hours of graded work during the fall or spring semester (6 hours during Summer I or Summer II); and receive a grade point average of 3.50 or higher for that semester/session.
One Stop opens Wednesday morning in the West Ballroom of the Bernhard Center. Students visiting One Stop will be able to purchase parking permits, get information on financial aid and students accounts, as well as receiving assistance with technology questions.
Representatives will be available from:
- Accounts Receivable
- Student Financial Aid
- Information Technology
- Parking Services
- Registrar's Office
A resource corner will be available with information regarding:
- Career and Student Employment Services
- Sindecuse Health Center
- WMU Family Engagement Office (formerly Parent and Family Programs)
Students can get new or replacement Bronco ID Cards in Room 109, and add or update meal plans in Room 161. Anyone looking for electronics, computers or WMU clothing and gear can check out TotalTech and Buster’s.
Bronco Express—located on the lower level of the Bernhard Center in Room G-09—will assist students with financial aid questions and make payments to their accounts.
One Stop hours:
- Aug 30 - Sep 1: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Sep 4: Closed
- Sep 5 - 7: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Sep 8: 10 a.m. to noon.
summer I and summer II schedule building
The Summer I and Summer II 2018 course offerings are now available to edit in Banner. Access has been granted to departments to update Summer I and Summer II only. Working reports are not due this round; however, all changes should be completed in Banner no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, September 29.
fact of the week
In 1917, what was then Western Normal School saw a decline in enrollment due to the war. Attendance for the fall semester was 837 students. The faculty, made up of 60 men and women, were highly trained at forty-one leading colleges, normal schools, and universities.
|29||Tuition and fees due for fall 2017 semester|
|30||One Stop Center begins 10 a.m.|
|31||Advising Days begin|
|1||Advising Days end|
|4||Labor Day - University Closed|
|5||Classes begin at 8 a.m.|
|8||One Stop Center closes at noon|
|11||Last day to drop and add classes
Last day to receive 100% refund
|12||Department clean-up day
|13||$100 late add fee begins
Begin recording withdraws at "W" on the transcript
|14||Last day to receive 90% refund for a complete withdrawal|
|18||Last day to receive 50% refund for a partial withdrawal|
|25||Spring 2018 Course Offerings open for viewing|
|29||Last day to receive 50% refund for a complete withdrawal|
|9||Spring 2018 registration begins|
|25||Last day to receive 25% refund for a complete withdrawal|
|30||Midterm grades due|
|6||Last day to withdraw from classes|
|22||Thanksgiving break begins at noon (University open until 5 p.m.)|
|11 - 14||Final exams|
|19||Final grades due by noon|
|22||University closed for winter closure through January 2, 2018|