An education is the most important investment you can make. By opening yourself to the world of ideas and new experiences and by preparing to launch a career, you are establishing a foundation for a rich, dynamic life—not to mention, boosting your earning potential!
WMU offers need-based and merit-based scholarship opportunities. Learn what scholarships are available for transfer students through the Office of Admissions. Visit the Student Financial Aid and Scholarships office website for additional WMU scholarship opportunities.
Tuition and fees
Higher education is an investment in your future. Learn about WMU’s cost of attendance and other expenses to consider as a college student.
Room and board rates
Living on campus is a great way to get to know campus, other students and have academic support programs right outside your door. More information regarding transfer-specific housing, learning communities, as well as room and board rates, is available through the Office of Residence Life.
WMU recommends that every student apply for financial aid, in order to be eligible for any student loans, grants or work-study awards. Learn the steps to apply for financial aid and use helpful tools to simplify the process.
Over 4,000 students are employed on campus at WMU and many students find employment in the Kalamazoo community. BroncoJobs serves as WMU’s online student job search database. Prospective students are welcome to create a free account to explore the potential opportunities.
Entering Spring 2017 or earlier: Any Western Michigan University undergraduate student who has been admitted as a degree seeking student and began enrollment as of the Spring 2017 semester or earlier, may apply for in-state resident status for any semester/session in which they are enrolled in on-campus courses by completing a residency application in accordance with University procedure.
Entering Summer I 2017 or after: Any Western Michigan University undergraduate student who has been admitted as a degree seeking student and began enrollment effective with the Summer 1 2017 semester or later, will have their residency status determined at the time of admission and it will remain the same throughout the student’s enrollment at Western Michigan University.
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Midwest Student Exchange Program
WMU participates in the Midwest Student Exchange Program for out-of-state students from Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and Wisconsin who are majoring in the College of Aviation. Effecive Summer I 2017, there is not a unique tuition rate for MSEP students.