• Take a late-night study break

    April 20, 2018
    Take a well-deserved study break and join the Dean of Students Office for Late Night Breakfast on April 25, from 9 p.m. to midnight. Faculty and staff will be on hand to serve an all-you-can-eat breakfast for just $1. Provost Whitfield is challenging all students to pay it forward, and all proceeds and donations will support The W Food Pantry. The event will also include a DJ, giveaways and a photo booth.
  • Top 10 reasons to take a spring/summer class

    April 17, 2018
    From longer days and shorter semesters to Wayne State’s Spring/Summer Tuition Break, there are plenty of reasons to spend your summer on campus.
  • From Puerto Rico to Detroit: Orlando Rios finds his research home

    April 12, 2018
    Even before Hurricane Maria wreaked havoc on Puerto Rico in September 2017, Orlando Rios felt his opportunities to continue his undergraduate research at the University of Puerto Rico were limited due to budget cuts at the institution. In the weeks after Maria made landfall, he knew those chances were even slimmer.
  • Inspire opportunity with WSU's Giving Day

    April 10, 2018
    Wayne State University will embark on its second annual Giving Day on April 12. This one-day event inspires the entire Warrior community to make a difference for the future of Wayne State. There will be many ways for students to celebrate, from pop-up giveaway events across campus to social media contest, and opportunities to say thank you to our generous donors.
  • Vote for your 2018-19 Student Senate

    April 5, 2018
    Elections for the 2018-19 Student Senate will begin at 8:30 a.m. on April 10 and end at 5 p.m. on April 12. All currently registered students are eligible to vote for members at large and positions within their school/college. If you do not see a ballot for your school/college, either you did not have your major declared by March 16, or there are no candidates who applied for that ballot.
  • Volunteer for the Warrior 150 Challenge Day of Service

    April 2, 2018
    In commemorating 150 years of academic and research excellence in Detroit, President Wilson announced the launch of a university-wide initiative as a testament to our unwavering sense of social responsibility and commitment to the community. This initiative is designed to engage and activate all students, faculty and staff in meaningful community service across the metro Detroit area, with the goal of completing 150,000 volunteer hours in 2018. On Saturday, April 7, WSU will host the Warrior 150 Challenge Day of Service at Durfee Community Center. Free shuttles will be provided to and from campus, and all volunteerse will receive lunch and a T-shirt.
  • Celebrate Pride Week

    March 30, 2018
    The Office of Multicultural Student Engagement knows that community is key — it’s a place and it’s an atmosphere that the group works hard to cultivate on campus through a range of programming, including the annual Pride Week celebration on April 2-6, 2018. A variety of events will be hosted during Pride Week, including discussions around identity and allyship, a health disparities seminar and movie-themed prom.
  • WSU approves $65 million performance complex

    March 26, 2018
    A $65 million performance complex in the heart of Midtown has been unanimously approved by Wayne State's Board of Governors. The Hilberry Gateway Performance Complex project will result in renovation of the current Hilberry Theatre and creation of a large addition for a state-of-the-art venue for theatre, music, dance and arts-related events.
  • Celebrate your fellow Warriors at the Spirit of Community Awards Ceremony and Reception

    March 22, 2018
    Wayne State encourages all students, faculty and staff to participate in meaningful, sustainable and mutually beneficial relationships with our community. To celebrate these relationships, those who exemplify the spirit of WSU's commitment to community engagement will be honored at the Spirit of Community Awards on March 29. 
  • Community service, cultural awareness focus of Alternative Spring Break Detroit

    March 19, 2018
    While some students may have kicked back on sandy beaches or destinations far away for their spring break, a group of Wayne State Warriors stuck around the city for Alternative Spring Break Detroit. They worked with some great community partners, including The Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries, Focus: HOPE, Centro de San Jose, The Children's Center of Wayne County, The Parade Company and the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.