Campus resources

Academic Success Center

Meet with a Learning Specialist to strengthen your study skills; attend tutoring and Supplemental Instruction sessions to reinforce course material and learn techniques to master difficult concepts; participate in study skills workshops to develop new strategies to better manage your time, take notes, improve concentration; and more. The ASC is located in suite 1600 of the Undergraduate Library (UGL). | 313-577-3165

Career Services

Provides support to students and alumni in defining career and employment goals and assists them in their search for employment opportunities. The office also helps with career planning via counseling, personal assessments and more. In addition, a variety of workshops, events, and group or individual career and employment counseling services are available. | 313-577-3390

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Meet with a professionally trained counselor for one-on-one, short-term counseling in the areas of anxiety, depression, relaxation, stress management, relationships and substance use. CAPS is on the fifth floor of the Student Center Building. | 313-577-3398

Early Childhood Center

The College of Education offers preschool programs for 2 ½ to 5-year-old children with options for before and after-school care. The center is a non-profit organization and the preschool program is tuition-based. | 313-577-1686

Education Scholars Alliance

The College of Education continues to place emphasis on retention, certification and graduation rates of students enrolled in teacher education programs. The college recognizes the lack of underrepresented teachers in today's classrooms, seeks to decrease that gap through the ESA. | 313-577-1601

High Program

The HIGH (Helping Individuals Go Higher) Program helps finanically stress students at Wayne University reach their goal to graduate. The HIGH program provides resources for students-in-need, such as housing support, textbooks and other school supplies, clothing, transportation, and child-care assistance. | 313-577-9933

Math tutoring

Math Literacy Services

The focus of MLS is to assist students in becoming self- determined, motivated, and independent learners of mathematics. Improving students' math comprehension skills leads to academic excellence. | 313-577-3246

Math Resource Center

Math tutors are available to provide assistance with beginning algebra through calculus III courses. The center is on the first floor of the Faculty/Administration Building. | 313-577-3195

Mental Health and Wellness Clinic (MHaWC)

Mental Health and Wellness Clinic is a graduate student training clinic in the College of Education at Wayne State University. The overarching mission to empower diverse individuals, families, and groups to accomplish mental health, wellness, education, and career goals. We accomplish this through several types of services, broadly counseling/psychotherapy-based and art-based. Assessment services are also provided. | Counseling and Art Therapy 313-577-1681 | Counseling and School Psychology 313-577-8744

Military and Veterans Academic Excellence

This office is dedicated to providing high quality and comprehensive support to student veterans. They provide direct and liaison services for all education and administrative matters pertaining to our student veterans, their families, and the military community at large. | 313-577-9180

Multicultural Student Engagement

This office's mission is to develop collaborative relationships across departments, units and colleges to increase engagement, retention and graduation of students who may be academically underprepared, first-generation or historically underrepresented at WSU. | 313-577-9193

Psychology Academic Support Services (PASS)

PASS mentors meet with students to discuss strategies for success, study skills and support. PASS also provides free course-specific tutoring for psychology classes.

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STEM Commons

The STEM Commons enables students to have casual study sessions with friends and get help from trained peer mentors.

Student Disability Services

SDS is in the Undergraduate Library for students who have needs or disabilities that require reasonable accommodation (permanent or temporary). You must register for accommodations by meeting with a counselor; call the office for details. | 313-577-1851 | Videophone 313-202-4216

Student Service Center

Email, call or visit the Welcome Center office with questions about financial aid, records and registration, and student accounts. | 313-577-2100

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program

Undergraduate research gives students the opportunity to put theory into practice as they work on projects collaboratively with faculty. Research activities help students develop critical thinking skills, make connections with faculty experts and create knowledge in their field of interest. Search the database for potential research projects and faculty mentors. | 313-577-9226


Writing, Research & Technology Zone

Writing tutors can lend a hand with various English courses, writing assignments and preparation for the English Proficiency Exam. The center is located in the Undergraduate Library. | 313-577-2544