WMUK is owned and operated by Western Michigan University and broadcasts at an effective radiated power of 50,000 watts at 102.1 FM. We are a non-profit public radio station and charter member of National Public Radio (NPR) . We are also affiliates of American Public Media (APM) and Public Radio International (PRI).
Western Michigan University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
Governing Board: Western Michigan University Board of Trustees
James Hettinger, Chair
Kenneth Miller, Vice-chair
William “Bill” Johnston
There are eight members of the board appointed by the governor to eight-year terms. A schedule of board formal sessions may be obtained from the office of the secretary to the board.
The Board of Trustees is the governing body of Western Michigan University. It derives its powers from the Constitution of the State of Michigan (1963, Article VIII, Sec. 6), Enrolled House Bill No. 54 (72nd Legislature, Second Extra Session of 1963), and Enrolled Senate Bill No. 30 (75th Legislature, 1969).
Most board meetings are held on the WMU campus at the Bernhard Center. Starting times and information about meeting agenda will be released at http://www.wmich.edu/trustees shortly before the scheduled dates listed on the Board of Trustees website.
WMUK Financial Information:
Copies of the Audited Financial Statements from the previous year are posted here each year in Mid-January.
A copy of WMUK’s most recent Audited Financial Statement may be obtained by writing to Gordon Bolar, General Manager, WMUK; Western Michigan University; Friedmann Hall: Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5351, or by requesting a copy via e-mail to gordon.bolar (at) wmich.edu
WMUK is not required to file an IRS Form 990.
WMUK has no employees who meet the IRS definition of “highly compensated employees” in Form 990.
WMUK has no contractors who meet the definition of “highly compensated” or are paid over $100,000.
Content and Services:
By mid February of each year, WMUK will post its annual report on its content and services that serve local needs and an analysis about the reach and impact of the local services in the community.