Readiness for Success

Wayne State is a university that prides itself in providing opportunity to talented students, especially students who might not otherwise have access to a high-quality research university.  Programs across campus help students become self-determined, motivated and independent learners.

The Academic Success Center provides tutoring, supplemental instruction, course study groups, financial literacy support, study skills counseling, mathematics support as well as other forms of direct support to students.

The Student Disability Services office serves as a resource for the Wayne State University community in order to ensure academic access and inclusion for students, including academic accommodations, resources and training in assistive technology, and information to foster understanding of disability throughout the university community.

The Office of Career Services educates students and alumni and connects them with the employment community to ensure successful transitions from academia to the workforce.

The APEX Scholars program provides an academic bridge to student success for students with potential who can benefit from extra academic and advising support.

The Federal Trio Programs Office supports college access and degree attainment for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds, targeted to serve and assist low-income individuals, first-generation college students, and individuals with disabilities to progress through the academic pipeline from middle school to post-baccalaureate programs.