Dr. Najeeb with his experience of more than 32 years can exceptionally handle medical college courses. Perfect size... Big school attitude, small school mentality. Honestly, once you get involved in one or two organizations, your time on campus increases exponentially.

I spend most of the time I'm on campus in the library if I'm not in class. I think there is moderate pride-it won't be out and out but people like this school. WMU is a typical college but i love it. There are several businesses and restaurants that offer discount prices for WMU students. It really shows how much he cares about the university and that he is interested in getting to know everything about it! The students and residents are offered a decent equilibrium between work and community that arises from everyday teaching from highly qualified faculty while also experiencing a vibrant social life. I cannot thank you enough for all the wonderful work you do. Whenever there is a sports event, students paint their bodies brown and gold, they slap temporary Bronco tattoos to their faces, and they’ll walk around as Western superheroes with a Western flag tied around their neck as though it were a cape. I love all of the extra activities that Western has to offer. I love that it is a diverse campus that is not too big or too small. I would say the school is just right size, it is big enough to get the university feeling but you can still walk pretty much anywhere on campus in 15 minutes. there's tons of school pride all over kalamazoo and michigan. The Faculty uses all forms of activities and simulators in the education programs, from role-playing, interactive games, selective project instructors, software-based simulators, significantly higher-to-high precision mannequins, integrated simulators, and fully immersive systems. So far my experience at Western has been a good one. it really depends.

WMU is in a wonderful community with lots of arts, entertainment, and restaurants. Simulation is a central element of medical training and a link between the medical environment and the curriculum. You wont see too many students hanging out on campus in their free time.

wmu's administration is very much looking to a bigger future, considering adding a medical school, etc. There are all types of people that attend WMU.There is a good balance between males and females, a good balance between race and religion, and there are all different types of clubs and activities as well.

I would say that people are pretty proud to be a bronco.

class or the computer labs, College town/ Meth Town, Admin is good they kicked me out but let me back in, i don't pay attention to school news, not much school pride, How nothing is close enough to walk, drinking, class sucks. i'll always remember being in the marching band and playing the first note of the fanfare at pregame in waldo stadium. His ability to illustrate 3-dimensional relationships has been useful for excelling in anatomy. When people ask me why I chose it though? | Report Response, "Why here?" Where? Every day is a great day to be a Bronco. Controversy?

I see people I know on campus all the time but I also see a new person everyday so it's kind of the best of both worlds in a sense.

I'd change the cost of the school if I could. More from this Member Applicants must send a doctor’s letter of recommendation. WMU's current administration is trying to improve the problems left by President Judi Bailey, who was fired in 2006.

I love the psych department and they always do they're best to help me when i have questions. Definitely the students.

For me, Western was the only place I ever wanted to go.

I spend most of my time in the Bernhard Center on campus. My friends and I get together and have movie marathons, or we'll play pool or ping pong. I like WMU's administration a lot more ever since President Dunn has come on board. LizzyM, SDN Moderator and medical school admissions committee member, is the inventor of the LizzyM Score. The school's size is just right. I realize it's for our safety so I'm understanding but honestly it's just a pain. It would be nice if they would accept visa or other credit cards because I hate to carry cash with me. You can't describe all in one word everyone varies. School of Medicine WMED is a tribute to the Society’s dream and commitment. However, if I'm not on campus, I can be found in Downtown Kalamazoo. And I usually have at least heard of them, which never ceases to surprise someone, including myself :) By explaining every concept in the amount of detail required and removing every ambiguity that a student might have relating to medical studies. I'll always remember how the current president, President Dunn, took time out of his schedule to meet with me because I'm a returning adult student. While I am easily distracted when I have to do hours of straight reading, I am glued to the videos. Our college town is...

When this is the case, recalling what you read in your textbooks and learning in your classes, regardless of the types of learning you pursue, can be difficult.

Kalamazoo is definitely a college town. i would update all of the facilities if i could change something. The school offers lots of helpful resources, including a great Writing Center. To be distinguised as a leader among medical schools through community collaboration in medical education, patient care, research, and service.

People are so friendly and you can feel the Bronco spirit in the air!!!

There's a lot of different types of people at Western and everyone has a place somewhere you just have to find yours. A million thanks - Dr Najeeb has a true passion for teaching and can convey highly complex topics in an understandable and fun way. Biggest controversy on campus is school retention and school pride, sporting events are free to students but there is still a lack in attendance (at least to me there is) WMU is the best public university in the state, in my opinion.

There are some things that you have to get used to but once you do, its a lot of fun and something that is a great experience. Following this provides you with a sense of success and feedback on how you’re going. One thing that I would change is the requirement of a meal plan for nearly every residence hall.

Dr. Najeeb’s Lectures are not only confined to a single domain of medicine but you can get your hands on priceless knowledge for every stage be it MCAT, M.S., MD or Ph.D. Dr. Najeeb’s Lectures are the world’s most popular medical Lectures, covering all the topics of Gross Anatomy, Neuro-anatomy, Embryology, Histology, Physiology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology. Western's community goes much farther beyond those living on campus. Downtown provides restaurants and live music in multiple locations for students to spend their time.

As a student who could have gone anywhere to further her education, I chose it on the basis of where I could grow the most as a person AND a student. Another great thing about Western is how "green" it is. While financial aid can be harder to come by, the cost of the school is lower than many other institutions who offer the same quality of programs. You will find that learning at various locations can have distinct effects on your concentration level and mental alertness. To train and encourage lifetime learners to be excellent doctors, rulers, teachers, supporters, and future researchers. Western has received nationwide recognition for their efforts to create a sustainable campus. The fact that we get into all of the games for free really helps our school pride. Oct 07. When I'm not in my dorm I spend most of my time on campus at the college of business or the Bernhard center in one of the computer labs.

Currently, the only things saving my embryology and 1st-trimester ultrasound marks - keep the wealth of education flowing! I spend most of my time on campus either in the arts & sciences buildings (Sangren, Sprau, Moore, Dunbar, and Brown [when it opens back up from construction]), but I also spend a large part of my time in Waldo Library and Bernhard Center, which is where the 24 hour computer lab is and the area where and the on-campus bookstore. Central lounges, gaming areas, outside terrace areas, and scheduled resident activities enable students to enjoy and interact with their friends, seniors, and juniors. Enough said. Some college's are huge and students have a hard time making themselves stand out, others are small and everyone knows everyone else.

Furthermore, one can get lifetime access to these lectures and even download the app to avail them anytime, anywhere.

Kalamazoo is definitely a college town with things to do for young people and plenty of bars for those over twenty one.

Healthcare practitioners are required, who might address the demands of delivering health domestically and abroad in resource-limited conditions.

Everybody can find something to do that they will enjoy. WMed’s Innovation Center is indeed the spot where biosciences, technology, or design project can launch and develop. It is a large institution with an enrollment of 14,983 undergraduate students. I can't think of any recent controversies. Western Michigan University is a good university. There isn't much school pride as compared to a bigger conference school, but i think for a school in the MAC we have a lot of school pride. Having to live with someone you've never met before or someone you've known your whole life is difficult. My opinion of the WMU administration is that they need to make moves to get more money to continue updating some of the buildings on campus. Kalamazoo has a long tradition of discovery in the life sciences. WMED admission candidates must specifically forward all letters of recommendation to AMCAS, which will send the letters via email to the office. I think that anyone that has a sticker can park anywhere on campus. I love the campus, but the one thing i would change is the bus route. I like the size because there are a lot of people, but not so many that if affects my schooling (class sizes) or my commute to classes. WMU campus has some of the best local food around. Instead, students get weeks off throughout the school year. I hate it. Most professors want you to succeed and it’s an overall great school!