|Plans are packed for another year
Moving In: Maddy Mixter, a freshman from Pullman, was among approximately 4,120 students settling into University Residences last month.
|Morse Institute will highlight leadership research and development
Western Washington University has launched a new campus institute devoted to the teaching and understanding of leadership.
|Welcome (lots of) neighbors! University Residences are full
More Western students than expected have signed up to live in University Residences, which means a few students are getting a crash course in close living this fall.
|Peek inside Western’s newest building
The opening reception for the Academic Instructional Center will be Oct. 25, during Fall Family Open House
|Homework assignment: Disaster planning on campus
Abby Vincent’s old shoes are a big part of her emergency preparedness plan.
Related: Emergency kits are available at Western’s AS bookstore
|It pays to be smart about student loans
Do your students know what happens if they don’t pay the interest on unsubsidized student loans during college?
|Summer took Western students around the world|
Study trips, internships and research excursions took Western Washington University students all over the world this summer.
|These plates raise dough for Western students
Show your loyalty to Western while raising scholarship funds by purchasing a WWU Collegiate License Plate for yourself or your student.
|If we want to be the best university of our kind in the U.S., we’ll decide together how to get there
Like our first-year students, I have been doing a lot of “hands on” learning about Western. One result: The excitement only grows and the trepidation vanishes.
|Meeting the new president
The WWU Alumni Association sponsored a boat cruise in Coer d'Alene, Idaho for alumni, incoming students and their families to meet new WWU President Bruce Shepard.
|Western Fall Welcome gives prospective students a sneak peak at campus this month
The event draws hundreds of prospective students and their families to campus to discover why Western is an exceptional place to learn and grow.
|Parents can sign up to get emergency text messages
Students and families who register their cell phone numbers can now get text messages with critical information during an emergency on Western’s campus.
|Prepare now for fellowships
Students with strong academic records are encouraged to visit the Fellowships Office early in their college experience to learn about the opportunities available and how best to prepare themselves to become strong candidates.
|Forums will feature what’s new in business and management ed
CBE's Teaching Scholarship Day includes discussions of globalization, business education for high school students and a presntation by the college's Distinguished Teaching Fellow.
|Stay in touch through Parent Connection
Western’s outreach program for parents and families includes monthly e-newsletters and volunteer opportunities.
Page Updated 09.08.2011