On Campus Resources

Wayne State Psychology Clinic

Rands House
5229 Cass Ave.
Detroit, Michigan 48202

Phone: (313) 577–2840

Provides outpatient adult psychological services. Staffed by psychologists and psychology trainees.

WSU Mental Health and Wellness Clinic (MHaWC)

Graduate student training clinic in the College of Education at Wayne State University.  Use the link on their website to request counseling services  Mental Health and Wellness Clinic (MHaWC) - College of Education - Wayne State University

Campus Health Center

5285 Anthony Wayne Drive, Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 577-5041

Mental Health Triage - Campus Health Center


Student Disability Services

(313) 577-1851


Student Disability Services mission is to ensure a university experience in which individuals with disabilities have equitable access to programs and to empower students to self-advocate in order to fulfill their academic goals.

Academic Advising

(313) 577-2680


The mission of the University Advising Center is to help undergraduate students reach their educational goals, with high academic achievement, and to graduate.

Academic Success Center

(313) 577-3165


The mission of the Academic Success Center is to assist undergraduate students to become self-determined, motivated, and independent learners. The ASC provides instruction and services that will support students in the development of skills to promote academic excellence and foster student retention.

Career Services

1001 Faculty/Administration Building
(313) 577-3390

Career Services will educate students and alumni and connect them with the employment community to ensure successful transitions form academia to the workforce.

CHampions Aspiring to Make Pathways to Success CHAMPS (formally the Transition to Independence Program)

College access and retention program for youth ages 18- 26 who have "aged out" of the child welfare system and/or juvenile justice system and are enrolled students at Wayne State University. This program exists to increase college access and improve the graduation rates of youth with foster care and juvenile justice history in Southeast Michigan.

Helping Individuals Go Higher (HIGH)

The Helping Individuals Go HIgher (H.I.G.H) helps financially stressed students at Wayne State University reach their goal to graduate. The program provides resources for students-in-need, such as housing support, textbooks and other school supplies, clothing, transportation, and child-care assistance. The mission of the program is to ensure that no student abandons their dream of earning a degree solely because of housing or financial challenges. 

Beecher House
5475 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI  48202 
(313) 577-9933


The W Pantry and Thrift Shop

The W Food Pantry supports currently enrolled Wayne State students by providing resources (i.e. non-perishable food, toiletries, and feminine hygiene items) to reduce food and other insecurities they may face. DHHS Services also offered one day a week at the Welcome Center. Information can be found on The W's website.

703 and 695 West Kirby
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 577-0154


Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS)

Welcome Center
(313) 577-3422

Office of Multicultural Student Engagement

Student Center Building
5221 Gullen Mall, Room 791
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 577-2312

Free Legal Aid Clinic

471 W. Palmer St.
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 577-3933

Title IX Office

Anyone who experiences sexual misconduct is encouraged to report the incident to the university's Title IX coordinator.  

Faculty Administration Building, Suite 4249
656 W. Kirby
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 577-9999