Join us Tuesday May 25 at 8 p.m. for a concert of "Guitars at Western in Concert" from the PAC Concert Hall that will also be the farewell performance of retiring WWU Professor of Music David Feingold. This concert will be livestreamed and will open with Three Pieces from the Odhecaton. The Harmonius Musices Odhecaton is the earliest published manuscript of polyphonic music dating to 1501, Venice.
Join student leaders, staff, and faculty for a discussion of Western’s Sustainability Action Plan (SAP) hosted by the Office of Sustainability at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, May 26.
A number of important dates have just been released/announced, so mark your calendars!
- Phase I Fall registration opens on Wednesday, June 9.
- Students can explore their options for Fall classes in Classfinder (such as class modality) beginning on Wednesday, June 2.
Remember to check the Registrar's Office website often for more information!
WWU will host Travonna Thompson-Wiley and Larry E. Gossett at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, May 25, for "Black Lives Still Matter: Amplifying Black Liberation and Progressive Movements in the Pacific Northwest" via Zoom and livestream.
The Western Card Office has moved operations from University Residences in Eden’s Hall to the Student Business Office in Old Main 110.
The office will be expand its scope in the coming months as it implements a new card production program which will give the office the capability to utilize a mobile credential. Services provided will remain similar for the short term; producing Western Cards, badges and nametags for students, faculty, staff and alumni.
MAD HOPE, a local suicide prevention education program, is encouraging Bellingham to Chalk Up the Town this weekend by writing encouraging, inspiring, and kind messages around Bellingham with sidewalk chalk. WWU is hosting a station in Red Square where students can come pick up some free chalk, along with resources, to help them participate! Join us from noon to 4 p.m.
Western Summer Theatre 2021: Theatre on the Intersection
Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) - Thursday, May 20 - is a day for making digital content more inclusive for everyone.
Many aspects of life are going digital more than ever — education, work, banking, even grocery shopping. Everyone deserves to access web content, no matter a person's range of ability or disability.
Join us this week for early giving or on May 27 to make your gift.
We're celebrating this year with a promise—a promise to you, our supporters and friends, that each gift you make will help students succeed; and a promise to our students that we will ensure their financial needs are met.