Use the navigation on the left to find specific information. Selected MBA and campus resources are also highlighted in the links below.
Willamette University and the Atkinson Graduate School of Management expect honesty, integrity, good conduct, and professional behavior of all students, faculty and staff. All members of the Atkinson community are encouraged to act in ways that support a culture of honor,whether it be in regard to their own actions or the actions of others. The Atkinson School Honor code sustains a culture of honor and trust and enriches the Atkinson School experience for all members of the Atkinson community.
The Willamette MBA Student Handbook is your guide to the academic policies, standards, procedures and student services of the Atkinson Graduate School of Management. The MBA Student Handbook applies to all students enrolled in the MBA, BA/MBA, JD/MBA or Accelerated formats of the Early Career/Career Change MBA program, and all other students enrolled in MBA courses.
The registration guides will help you plan your registration for each semester of your MBA program. Guides are provided for each format of the Early Career/Career Change program: MBA, BA/MBA, and JD/MBA.
- Atkinson School Directory:http://agsm.willamette.edu/agsm/whoweare/
- Your Schedule of Classes: https://secure.willamette.edu/services/admin.cgi/gradereport
- Grade Report: https://secure.willamette.edu/services/admin.cgi/gradereport
- Graduation Audit: https://secure.willamette.edu/services/admin.cgi/degreeaudit
Listing of programs available to MBA students through the Atkinson Graduate School's Career Management office.
The Willamette University AGSM MBA commencement website is your guide to information about commencement dates and activities. Included is information about the commencement ceremony policies, procedures and schedule, parking, directions, travel and lodging, and disability accommodations.
Your guide to the standards of conduct, policies, and procedures governing all Willamette University graduate and undergraduate students.
Students desiring information regarding accessibility services may go to www.willamette.edu/offices/accessibility and follow the procedures listed. Students who have a documented disability requiring accommodation should contact Accessible Education Services at 503-370-6471 or email Lorie Fontaine.
Bishop Wellness Center serves eligible Willamette students regardless of insurance coverage. Bishop Wellness Center provides holistic services, in partnership with students, to promote optimal well being through: providing confidential services in a caring, comfortable, safe atmosphere; respecting and cultivating student diversity; reducing wellness related barriers to learning, retention, and student success; empowering students to be self-directed wise consumers in the health care system, accessing services that will enhance their lifelong well being; offering educational programming to the broader campus community to promote health and wellness; serving as a community consultant for physical and mental health emergencies on our campus; and advocating for a safe, just, and accessible community.
The Office of the Chaplains offers a wide variety of opportunities which foster spiritual growth and understanding as well as religious commitment and action. The chaplains work with persons of all religious persuasions -- and of none. Proselytizing is not part of the program; progress along one's own path is. The Office of Chaplains provides confidential services in a caring, comfortable and safe environment.
For all Willamette graduates, log on to update your profile, view and register for events, find classmates and share information. The Compass provides an interactive platform to keep in touch with the Willamette network. New users may visit the website and create a profile. Contact the WU alumni office for more information.
The Willamette Events Calendar is your access to events throughout the greater University. Registration to fee-based events often advertise student rates available with your student ID.