Late Fall 2014
What families should know about dead week
The last two weeks of the quarter can be stressful for students.
The goal of the transformative $60 million Western Stands for Washington campaign – a multi-year, fundraising effort that is already impacting Western students, faculty and programs alike – is to affirm Western as one of Washington’s top universities, while extending its reach regionally and internationally.
Western recently moved to a new emergency communications system -- which means families who signed up before October to receive Western Alerts need to sign up again.
Recruitment is around the corner for jobs and volunteer leadership in Residential Life, Admissions, the Career Center, Academic Advising, New Student Services, and Prevention and Wellness Services.
Thanksgiving might be the longest time you will have spent with your student since the start of classes. Do the same house rules still apply? We asked Senior Samantha Klingman and her mom to share their experiences and offer advice to parents of new students.
Between academic stresses and adjusting to home away from home, fall quarter at college can be a difficult transition for students. Western has many options on campus that new and returning students are encouraged to take advantage of.
For the fifth year in a row, Western Washington University has been named a “Military Friendly School” for 2015 based on a survey of more than 10,000 colleges and universities.
Learn more about what's available on campus to help students learn how to manage their money -- now and in the future.
Students can now connect with the world’s largest network of social entrepreneurs, now that Western Washington University has been selected to join the Ashoka U Changemaker Campus consortium.
Western's website, "Off Campus Living," includes sections on renting an apartment, living harmoniously with roommates and being a good neighbor.