Current outages and announcements

Monthly security updates installed Sept. 22 and 23
Posted by Gary Barton on September 19, 2019
Start: Sep 22 12:00am
 End:  Sep 23 6:00am

Monthly security updates will be deployed on servers from 12:01 a.m. to noon on Sunday, Sept. 22, and from 12:01 to 6 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 23. This may affect Windows and Mac machines that utilize services on these servers. If you experience problems accessing your services Monday morning, you may need to reboot your machine. Please, direct questions to the Help Desk at (269) 387-4357.

WMU web server upgrade, Sunday, Sept. 22
Posted by Gary Barton on July 10, 2019

The WMU web server for www websites is being updated to address security issues on Sunday, Sept. 22. The most notable change is the upgrade of PHP 5.4 To 7.2. Content hosted on this server outside the WMU CMS may need to be checked for compatibility with the new version of PHP. The dev and test www environments ( and have already been updated and are available for testing content.

As a reminder the WMU CMS is the recommended delivery method for www web content and is supported by the Office of Marketing and Strategic Communication. The Office of Information Technology does not provide support for individual or departmental web applications running on the www web server. Questions regarding your web content and web application compatibility with the new version of PHP should be directed to the individual or department responsible for maintaining your website and web application. Please direct other questions regarding this update to the Help Desk at (269) 387-4357.

Be aware of phishing and email-based scams. Learn the signs of a malicious email.
Posted by Adam Newsted on September 18, 2019

No Fishing Sign

You may be targeted by criminals who are sending fraudulent emails to engage in phishing and scams. These messages often appear to come from a legitimate source offering a job, promising reimbursement for purchases or asking for financial and other personal information such as your Bronco NetID and password.

Learn the signs of phishing: