Now Offering Outdoor Campus Tours
Outdoor Campus Tours
Admitted students can now take a tour of Western's beautiful campus! Let our WWU student tour guides lead you and a small group through Western's tree-lined paths.
Admitted Student Virtual Options
We recognize that, as an admitted student, you have specific questions about academics, life on campus, housing, and more. The resources on this page were gathered specifically to serve the needs of our admitted students. If you have more questions, please let us know so we can help.
Explore our Residence Halls! In the recorded tour, our students share their experiences living on campus, and will guide you around the different residential communities. You can also explore the buildings through the Residence Halls interactive gallery.
Watch our YouTube Tours
Let our students lead you on a short tour of campus and the beautiful area we call home.
Online Information Sessions
Admitted Student Information Sessions
Get information specifically tailored for admitted students during a 30-minute presentation hosted by an Admissions Counselor. You'll also have plenty of time afterward to get your specific questions answered.
Transfer Information Sessions
Learn more about transferring to Western Washington University during a 30-minute presentation hosted by an Admissions Counselor. You'll also have plenty of time afterward to get your questions answered.
Virtual Student Panels
Join Western Washington University students to learn about life as a Viking! Get your questions answered in real time every month.
Connect with an Admissions Counselor
Mon–Fri, 9 a.m.–2:45 p.m.
Schedule a 30-minute video chat with an Admissions Counselor to get your specific questions answered.
One-on-one Student Connection
Want to get a student's perspective on a certain major or ask them about what it's like in Bellingham? Tell us what you're interested in and we'll connect you with a Western student who can answer your specific questions.
Western's Honors Program
Meet with the Honors Program team! Honors classes allow students to complete General University Requirements in an Honors setting, which means small classes and sought-after professors. Honors courses focus on writing, discussion and problem-solving. If you value curiosity and self-discovery, learn more and apply today!
Learn about resources to support LGBTQ+ students at Western during a 20-minute, one-on-one video appointment with our LGBTQ+ Director.
Woodring College of Education
Schedule an appointment with the Woodring College of Education.
Pre-Healthcare Advisors are available for online drop-in advising Mondays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to noon.