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Fall Preview Days

October 13, 20, 27, and November 3

Experience life on Western's campus at our free Fall Preview Days in October and November.


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See which applications are open, find application deadlines for all quarters, and begin your application for admission and scholarships.

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Campus Tours

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Learn more about life at Western! From guided in-person and virtual tours to academic webinars, you and your family are invited to connect and explore.

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Contact Admissions

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Our Admissions counselors are here to help! They can answer your questions about applying and anything related to your college search.

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Happening Now at WWU

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Latine Heritage Month

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Latine Heritage Month is observed annually throughout the United States from September 15 through October 15. It is a time to honor Latine cultures and communities and to celebrate the past, present, and future accomplishments and contributions of those who are part of the Latine community.

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Research at Western

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Interested in Research at WWU?

Find out more about Undergraduate, Graduate, and Faculty research on campus and how to become involved.

Read Stories of Climate Change to learn how Western's faculty, staff, and students are working to make a difference in the most existential threat facing the global community today.