Planning ahead can make the whole day much easier.
A.S. President Anna Ellermeier wants to make sure new students understand how important it is to take ownership of their time at .
We asked our interns where they like to take their families when they visit campus.
See their ideas for local culture, great views, yummy desserts and even indoor soccer.
Students who haven't picked a major after they've earned 105 credits must now see an advisor. Find out why.
And learn other tips for students to graduate as soon as possible.
It's also a great weekend to reconnect with your student and see what Western has to offer.
Plus: Get to know the Scholarship Center.
And is your student is interested in finding a job to help pay for school? Read this advice from the manager of the Student Employment Center.
Connecting with prospective employers and finding a job just became more convenient with the Career Services Center's newly upgraded job search service, Viking CareerLink.
You can't blame us for being proud of students who win national and regional competitions for excellence in athletics, journalism, improvisational comedy and more.
Five innovative student projects were selected to receive a combined total of $263,900 in funding from the Associated Students Green Energy Fee grant program.
Student Cristina Roock learned that getting off campus -- and around the region -- without a car was easier than she thought.
A Parent Advancement Council was recently formed to ensure increased access to the Western experience by raising scholarship dollars and increasing philanthropic support from parents.
In addition to the Western Washington University page, there are WWU pages for Parent and Family Programs, Athletics, and the Alumni Association.
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