Front page pride points

  • Two student clinicians help an older patient perform occupational therapy exercises.

    Student-powered clinical care

    Through WMU’s Unified Clinics, student clinicians and supervising faculty provide specialty care to thousands in Michigan annually

    About the Unified Clinics
  • A 3D simulated cockpit.

    Transforming aviation education

    As a result of Lori Brown's work with Microsoft HoloLens, WMU has become the first aviation program in the nation to use augmented reality in the classroom

    About the technology
  • A mother embraces her college-aged child in a WMU residence hall.

    Engaged families, supported students

    WMU's family engagement office marks 10 years of being a valued resource for Bronco families

    About family engagement
  • Photo of midfielder Brandon Bye kicking a soccer ball as opponents approach in background.

    Scholar Player of the Year

    Midfielder Brandon Bye, the most decorated player in Bronco men's soccer history, is named the Division I Men's Soccer Scholar Player of the Year

    About the scholar-athlete
  • Photo of graduating WMU students seated in Miller Auditorium.

    Graduating with Gold

    The latest Postgraduation Success Survey shows that 91 percent of 2016-17 graduates are actively engaged in the next steps of their career paths

    About this year's survey