Commuter services in the Dean of Students Office seeks to help WSU commuter students have a safe and successful Wayne State experience. Below are important resources to help you on your journey to a Wayne State degree.
Wayne State University Police Department
313-577-2222 | police.wayne.edu
Be sure to check on weather and traffic. Tune in to local radio and television reports, and/or your favorite traffic app, before you depart for campus.
Wayne State Alerts
Sign up to receive campus safety alerts and other significant messages to WSU students, faculty, and staff. Alerts include university closures.
Parking and transportation information and motorist assistance
24/7 parking and motorist assistance which includes battery jumps, vehicle lock outs and help locating your vehicle. Call 313-577-1979.
There are also several transportation options to Wayne State. These resources are listed here.
Student Preparedness Checklist
Be sure to print and complete the student preparedness checklist found on page 16 and leave a copy in your car and a copy at your residence.
Important items to always have
Don't leave home without…
- Your OneCard
- Large water bottle
- Durable backpack
- Every charger you need (e.g. phone, computer, tablet, etc.)
- Extra shoes
- Emergency clothes
- Stock your car with jumper cables, non-perishable snacks, an ice scraper, a blanket, a roadside emergency kit, and a first aid kit.
- Enough fuel in your car to get you from home and back, and account for being stuck in traffic.
Lockers in State Hall are available for semesterly rent. The cost is $15 per semester. You can reserve a locker at the Student Center Administration office on the lower level of the Student Center.
Student Center resources
The Student Center is a great place to "hang out".
Fall and winter semester hours are:
- Monday through Thursday 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.
- Friday 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
- Saturday 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
- Sunday 11 a.m. to midnight
Microwaves to warm up your meal are available in the lower level of the Student Center.
The Reflection Room is available for private meditation and devotion on the 3rd floor of the Student Center. Ablution rooms are also available.
Dining in the Student Center includes Wing Stop, Taco Bell, Panda Express, Starbucks, Bene Pizzeria and Grille Works.
Food, snacks, school supplies, WSU spirit wear and more, can be found at Mad Anthony's General Store on the first floor of the Student Center.
There are many dining options on campus and any student can purchase a dining hall meal plan. There are many plan options.
All campus dining options, including dining hall meal plan information, can be found here.
University Libraries - a great place to study
The David Adamany Undergraduate Library (UGL) is a great place to study. Hours for fall and winter semester are:
- Opens at 11 a.m. on Sundays and is open continuously until Fridays at 9 p.m.
- Saturday hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Hours for all university libraries
Get Involved on campus
There are over 500 recognized student organizations at Wayne State.
There is always something to do on campus. View the campus calendar.
Participate in WSU Athletics
All intercollegiate athletics events are free to students by showing the One Card. Schedules are at wsuathletics.com.
The Mort Harris Recreation and Fitness Center offers individual and group exercise options, as well as intramural sports. View details
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