Consumer Information

This web page contains a summary of consumer information that is published annually in accordance with federal regulations set forth by The Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended. Each topic listed includes a brief description of the information that must be disclosed and explains how it can be obtained. This information is available at all times on this web page. If you need assistance obtaining this information in printed copy, contact the Office of Student Affairs at studentaffairs‌ or 269.337.6111.

Click here for a PDF printable version of the Guide to Consumer Information.

General Information about WMed

Financial Assistance Information

  • Contact Information for Financial Assistance

    For assistance in obtaining institutional or financial aid information contact the Office of Financial Aid at or 269.337.4584.

    The Office of Financial Aid makes the following student financial aid information available to prospective and enrolled students on the web at

    • Cost of Attendance
    • Disbursement and Refund Information
    • Federal Aid Recipient Rights and Responsibilities
    • Loan and Loan Repayment Information
    • Overview of Aid Programs and Eligibility Requirements
    • Penalties for Drug Law Violation
    • Return of Title IV Aid
    • Satisfactory Academic Progress

    WMed does not approve study abroad programs for credit or FSA program eligibility.

Health and Safety Information

  • Campus Safety and Security Report

    Annually by October 1, WMed publishes an Annual Campus Safety and Security Report on the web at in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the Clery Report). The report includes, but is not limited to, information about the:

    • Daily Crime Log
    • Campus Crime Statistics
    • Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program
    • Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures
    • Timely Warning and Emergency Notifications

    For information or to receive a printed copy contact the Office of the Dean at office.dean@‌ or 269.337.4503.

  • Vaccination Policy

    Information about required immunizations is in the Medical Student and Graduate Student Policy Manuals on the web at For information or to receive a printed copy contact the Office of Student Affairs at studentaffairs@‌ or 269.337.6111.

Student Achievement

Annual Update September 20, 2018