Wayne State University

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UNDERGRADUATE  STUDENTS

 Nomination Opportunities

Scholarships and Student Development Grants

Dean's Lists for Winter 2014, Fall 2013 and Winter 2013.

Honors

  • If your schedule is too busy for you to consider University Honors, you may wish to consider pursuing Departmental Honors, which incorporates an honors component into courses in the core curriculum in your major in Art, Communication, Dance, Music or Theatre.

Consider a Minor

 College Events Calendar

  • Support your fellow students by coming to their art exhibitions, plays, concerts, video festivals, etc.  Click here for a list of events.

Financial Aid Dates and Deadline

  • For key financial aid dates and deadline click here.

General Education advising tips:

Transfer Information

  • Enter courses from another institution here and see how they transfer to Wayne State University.
  • Click here to view transfer admissions to Wayne State.
  • Click here to view community college transfer plans to Wayne State.
  • Click here to view formal articulation agreements between Wayne State and specific programs at Community Colleges.
  • Click here to view community college scholarships at Wayne State.
  • Click here to view a list of advising resources for transfer students.
  • Click here for student financial aid information for transfer students.

Undergraduate Bulletin

  • Click here to consult the Undergraduate Bulletin for general information, regulations and course descriptions.

In order to declare your major, change your major, declare a concentration or declare a minor, follow these steps . . .

  • Make an appointment with your academic advisor in your major department.
  • Your major advisor will review your major requirements with you and amend the on-line Degree Audit as necessary.
  • If approved and appropriate, your major advisor will send the change request electronically to Records.

PLEASE NOTE: In order to request any changes to your major, you must have a cumulative gpa above 2.0.

Pipeline

  • Make sure you are familiar with the Student tab on your Pipeline account.  Many procedures such as registering for classes, withdrawing from a course and applying for your degree can be found there.

WSU E-Mail Account

  • YOU MUST ACTIVATE YOUR WSU AccessID and e-mail account to receive e-mail from WSU, including announcements, grades, registration messages and other official communications.  You may forward your WSU e-mail to another e-mail account if you wish via WSU webmail.  For assistance, call the WSU Help Desk, 313-577-4778.

Student Appeal Procedures

Student Code of Conduct

Student Organizations
Getting involved in a student organization is a great way to meet new people, accomplish great things and build your resume. Click here for a list of student organizations in the College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts AND for other campus-wide student organizations that might be of interest.

Your Student Senate Rep!


 

 

 

Daniel Washington poses in the journalism program offices next to a photo of the late program director, Ben Burns.

 

Daniel A. Washington is a member of Wayne State's Journalism Institute for Media Diversity and is majoring in broadcast journalism. Daniel is the student senate representative for the College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts at Wayne State University. Since attending WSU, he has written for the student newspaper, The South End, and has interned in the group business and corporate marketing department at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and the Detroit Free Press. Daniel now finds himself interning at WDIV-4 TV and in the corporate communications department at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan.

 

 

Wayne State Student Senate
395 Student Center Building
(313) 577-3416
Visit the Student Senate on Facebook.

Senior Rule

  • Senior Rule provides an avenue for qualified students who plan to continue in graduate studies at Wayne State to take both undergraduate and graduate courses in the final undergraduate semester. Click here for more information.

 

 

GRADUATE  STUDENTS

Awards

 The Graduate School and Graduate School downloadable forms page

CFPCA's Graduate Programs in Art and Art History, Communication, Music and Theatre

WSU Graduate Bulletin

Pipeline

  • Make sure you are familiar with the Student tab on your Pipeline account.  Many procedures such as registering for classes, withdrawing from a course and applying for your degree can be found there.

WSU E-Mail Account

  • YOU MUST ACTIVATE YOUR WSU AccessID and e-mail account to receive e-mail from WSU, including announcements, grades, registration messages and other official communications.  You may forward your WSU e-mail to another e-mail account if you wish via WSU webmail.  For assistance, call the WSU Help Desk, 313-577-4778.

Petition and Authorization for Directed Study

Student Code of Conduct