Advance – Upskill and Career Changing Options
Western provides a range of options to help you achieve your career and professional goals.
Gain the in-demand skills of today for the opportunities of tomorrow. Learn front and back-end (full stack) development, along with career readiness skills.
Offering a wide range of highly interactive, self-paced courses that you can take entirely online.
WesternOnline delivers fully-accredited, high-quality online classes to students in Washington State.
Summer Session enables community members, including high school students, to take classes through Western without the requirement of admission.
Learn all the elements of Grant Writing so you can support projects and initiatives for higher education and non-profits.
This course is designed for the recent graduate to gain a strategic advantage as they enter the workforce or begin to consider how to position themselves for further advancement.
Connect – Engage with Faculty and Alumni
A networking site that connects Western students with Viking alumni in the workforce who can provide critical guidance.
Experts address current events in business, economics, and management in an online panel series created in response to COVID-19
The Huxley College Speaker Series addresses topics of environmental concern and is intended to bring together environmetally-minded members of the WWU and Bellingham communities.
The World Issues Forum addresses a wide range of topics and is intended to bring together WWU and the community.
The Dean’s Lecture Series takes faculty expertise and knowledge from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences into the community in an ongoing effort to foster closer connections, share intriguing and timely information, and inspire conversation.
The Ray Wolpow Institute for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Crimes Against Humanity at Western Washington University offers free lectures.
Information about border activities and links to briefings, essays and webinars
Sharing Science, Policy, and Ecosystem Learning Across the Salish Sea
Enrich - Support your passion for learning
Inspired by the belief that a curious mind never retires, the Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) is a volunteer-led community providing a variety of educational and cultural programs.
Youth Programs offer online programming and resources for K-12
- tour of the various sculptures on campus; a multimedia tour created by students in an Art Class.
Students and faculty in the College of Fine and Performing Arts at Western create many learning opportunities for our whole community to enjoy.
Access - Explore Western's Digital Educational Resources
Gain access to digital resources through Western's Library.
Western CEDAR provides open access to scholarship and creative works, is a service of Western Libraries, in partnership with the Graduate School, Office of the Provost, and the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.
MABEL is a database of collections centered around the past and present of Western Washington University and the Pacific Northwest region.
Curriculum resources on global issues and sustainable solutions, including student textbooks, teacher lesson plans, and thematic units that contain both lessons and student readings.
Online journal of research, discovery, and scholarship of Western.
Join us as we explore the beautiful partnership between artists Nancy Canyon and Ron Pattern. As you'll see in this Zoom presentation and studio tour, their beautiful images and bold work complement each other.