Winter Career Fair and other events help students plan for life after graduation
Professional Networking Dinner, Feb. 8: Food, fun and mentoring for for students learning to make an impression over dinner.
Winter Career Fair, Feb. 9: Students can meet and network with more than 80 potential employers.
Huxley Environmental Career and Internship Fair, Feb. 9: Internships, summer jobs and careers focused on sustainability.
Education and Health Career Fair, Feb. 24: School districs, medical clinics, hospitals and more.
Spring Career Fair, April 20
Applications are due for next year's campus leadership jobs
Students hold important jobs on campus in admissions, academic support, career advising, health education and more. And those with an eye on these jobs need to apply soon.
Help is available for students facing academic struggles
Winter quarter can be a challenging time for students.
Even some who once felt prepared and confident can face significant academic challenges, particularly during their first quarter or two.
But they should know they’re not alone.
Learn about Western alumnus' work on award-winning 'Gleason' documentary
Western’s Ty Minton-Small ('11), cinematographer for the emotionally powerful film about a former NFL player living with ALS, will speak about his experiences living with the Gleason family and making the film at an event Feb. 3.
Students can prepare for living off campus at 'Housing and Hashbrowns'
As many students start making their housing plans for next year, Western offers several resources for students to learn the rights and responsibilities of renting and how to be a great neighbor.
And a "Housing and Hashbrowns" workshop will include information on finding a safe and comfortable place, signing a lease and more.
Upcoming events explore this year's Western Reads book, 'Between the World and Me'
Events next month include a lively multi-generational discussion of identity, literature and activism by Alexis De Veaux and Alexis Pauline Gumbs Feb. 8 at 4 p.m. in Fraser Hall 201.
Learn more about Western Reads, a campus-wide program designed to promote intellectual engagement, community and conversation among new students.
Stay in touch with Western through social media, newsletters and more
From quarterly newsletters to social media and emergency text messages. Learn how to get all the latest news from Western.
Explore Bellingham with your student
Wondering what to do with your student in Bellingham? Check out a few favorite family activities, from Boulevard Park to the Farmers Market.
Add Viking Dollars for on-campus food purchases
Viking Dollars, a prepaid debit account loaded onto Western Cards for use at University Dining locations, can be added online.
Learn more about Viking Dollars and dining plans for off-campus students.