Western Michigan University is a learner-centered, research university that builds intellectual inquiry and discovery into undergraduate, graduate and professional programs. Being a public university, WMU offers leadership in learning, research, service, teaching and is even committed to enhancing the future of global citizenry.
70 majors and 70 minors
11:1 student faculty ratio
90 study abroad programs
50 years of sustainability
At least 47 countries represented on campus
Home to Michigan’s largest theatre, Miller Auditorium
Within 3 months of graduation, 91% of alumni are employed, engaged in military service or full-time volunteer work, or continuing their education
Mascot: Buster Bronco
500+ registered student organizations
More than 250,000 alumni worldwide
18 faculty-led study abroad trips across 15 countries
Notable alumni include actor Tim Allen, known as the voice of Buzz Lightyear in the Toy Story series.
College of fine art students, faculty, and guest artists annually stage 1,400 plays, concerts, and exhibitions while students and the university host dozens of cultural events each year.
Operates the nation’s largest and most comprehensive collegiate support program for former foster-youth and is an international model for teaching, research, learning and public service related to foster care and higher education
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