WWU Alumni Association

What makes Western special? Lots of things, including dedicated faculty and staff, and passionate students who become extraordinary alumni. Join us as we honor four inspiring alumni who have used their educations to launch their dreams. Each has translated a unique set of passions and abilities…

Looking for some cheer, connection, and cause for celebration? We’ve got you covered. You’re invited to join our community from 5:30-6:30 p.m. on Friday, May 14 via Zoom to get to know Western’s 2021 Alumni Award recipients. We are delighted to honor four alumni and hope you will join…

The WWU Alumni Association Celebrates Socktober!

In years past, students had the option of purchasing a student membership in the WWU Alumni Association. Given the current state of affairs in 2020, the WWU Alumni Association has decided to permanently eliminate membership fees for…

The WWU Alumni Association invites you to the fifth annual Paint B'ham Blue for WWU, an event welcoming our new and returning Vikings to Western!  

Paint 2020 is virtual, and it’s charged with lots of excitement! Tune-in this evening from 7 to 7:30 p.m. for this action-packed welcome …

As students and teachers around the country have experienced, online education is here to stay. The free “Lessons in Remote Learning” panel on Aug. 12 will provide students, faculty, community members and other learners the opportunity to hear from remote learning…

As WWU seniors prepare to enter the workforce, they will encounter a new and shifting professional landscape. When it comes to launching a career, making connections with and seeking guidance from seasoned professionals, has never been more…

IT USED to be you could tell the students had returned to Bellingham when moving vans—or family vehicles that serve that purpose—would arrive in front of dorms, apartment complexes and rental houses, disgorging young folks and their possessions alike, typically in the company of wearylooking…

Western Washington University, in partnership with the City of Bellingham, will host the 4th Annual Paint B’ham Blue for WWU on Wednesday, Sept. 25.

Over the past four years, the WWU Alumni Association has invested more than $150,000 in the “Paint B'ham Blue for WWU Downtown Lighting…

“It never seemed possible to us,” Death Cab bass player Nick Harmer told The Bellingham Herald. “The first few years when we were in Bellingham, we hoped to play the Viking Union to open for a national touring act. We had…

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