In May 27, 1903 WMU was established by an act of the Michigan Legislature as a preparatory school for teachers and named Western State Normal School.
Career and student employment services supports students by empowering them to develop the skills necessary for reaching their career goals. Through career advising, and learning about career pathways, WMU students get ready for the world of work or service after graduating.
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Residence halls support nearly 5,000 students who enjoy the friendships, living/learning focus and diversity of campus life. Residents can take advantage of hall activities, leadership opportunities, staff available 24 hours, dining centers and many additional conveniences.
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The Sindecuse Health Center is dedicated to providing a variety of high quality professional health services to the Western Michigan University community.
The Western Michigan University campus is comprised of a variety of housing and dining options. Each living area has distinctive features with a combination of residence halls, apartments, dining facilities, academic services and cultural resources. A variety of dining options are conveniently accessible at different locations throughout campus.
Western Michigan University's Student Recreation Center is a 240,000-square-foot facility that includes:
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Western Michigan University’s Haworth College of Business is accredited by the AACSB International.
Overall, education is good. You always learn something new and you have the opportunity to join any club to develop more skills for your career and life. I did not like that there are no hands-on projects or labs in WMU at all, they are limited, and as an engineer, it hurts my career and the ability to develop new skills.
Overall, my study experience at my university was pretty successful. I had a good amount of support from advisors, professors, and peers and I feel that I learned the importance of time management. The most difficult part was definitely the change to all virtual learning. I didn't feel that same level of support from my professors and had to adjust and learn by myself.
It's great University especially for international students as it is oriented more towards providing best experience for international students
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