Do you have to live on campus freshman year at WMU?
Likewise, people ask, do you have to live on campus freshman year at University of Michigan?
Students are not required to live on campus -- although about 97 percent of first-year students choose to live in University Housing for the community, convenience and security. Living on campus is a big advantage in making the transition to university life.
Also Know, can freshmen have cars at Western Michigan University? Students are permitted to bring a car, although it is not necessary. There are free shuttle buses on campus through Western Michigan University Bronco Transit, and the Kalamazoo Metro public transportation is also free for students.
Just so, do you have to live on campus at Western?
To live on campus, undergraduate students must be enrolled in a minimum of eight credits per quarter during the academic year, and five credits during summer quarter. When you apply, you also accept Western's Housing Agreement.
How many students live on campus at Western Michigan University?
One in four Western Michigan University students live on campus.