Be aware of email based phishing scams hitting campus today
Posted by Tony Hendrix on April 1, 2020

Please be aware that Western Michigan University is currently being targeted by a phishing campaign which may result in you receiving a fraudulent message. 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. For example, a fraudulent message may indicate that you need to log in to “reactivate” your account, however, the link provided is malicious and will divulge your credentials to the criminal. These messages are not legitimate, and Western Michigan University will never send messages of this nature.

Visit https://wmich.edu/phishing/recent-phishing to see recent examples of phishing messages.

Visit https://wmich.edu/phishing to learn more about phishing.


Be aware of email based phishing scams hitting campus today
Posted by Tony Hendrix on March 15, 2020

Please be aware that Western Michigan University is currently being targeted by a phishing campaign which may result in you receiving a fraudulent message. 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. For example, a fraudulent message may indicate that you need to log in to “reactivate” your account, however the link provided is malicious and will divulge your credentials to the criminal. These messages are not legitimate, and Western Michigan University will never send messages of this nature.

Visit https://wmich.edu/phishing/recent-phishing to see recent examples of phishing messages.

Visit https://wmich.edu/phishing to learn more about phishing.


COVID-19 Information and Distance Education Support
Posted by Gary Barton on March 13, 2020

Please see the following web pages for official information regarding the University's response to COVID-19 and for distance education support

COVID-19:https://wmich.edu/covid-19
Distance education support for students and faculty:https://wmich.edu/elearning/
Remote work resources for staff:https://wmich.edu/it/remote


Be aware of email based phishing scams hitting campus today
Posted by Tony Hendrix on February 26, 2020

Please be aware that Western Michigan University is currently being targeted by a phishing campaign which may result in you receiving a fraudulent message. 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. For example, a fraudulent message may indicate that you need to log in to “reactivate” your account, however the link provided is malicious and will divulge your credentials to the criminal. These messages are not legitimate, and Western Michigan University will never send messages of this nature.

Visit https://wmich.edu/phishing/recent-phishing to see recent examples of phishing messages.

Visit https://wmich.edu/phishing to learn more about phishing.


Be aware of email based phishing scams hitting campus today
Posted by Dylan Ledbetter on February 3, 2020

Please be aware that Western Michigan University is currently being targeted by a phishing campaign which may result in you receiving a fraudulent message. 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. For example, a fraudulent message may indicate that you need to log in to “reactivate” your account, however the link provided is malicious and will divulge your credentials to the criminal. These messages are not legitimate, and Western Michigan University will never send messages of this nature.

Visit https://wmich.edu/phishing/recent-phishing to see recent examples of phishing messages.

Visit https://wmich.edu/phishing to learn more about phishing.