Every student is assigned a faculty advisor in their program of study. Students who have not yet declared a major can seek advising assistance through the Holland Academic Success Center.
The Office of Academic Affairs is responsible for academic policy, curriculum and the conduct of classroom instruction.
Includes fall, spring, and summer dates to know.
A comprehensive directory of undergraduate and graduate courses.
A collection of current and past dean's lists.
Student with disabilities can get assistance including exam accommodations, recorded books and reading services, individualized instruction, support and discussion groups, screenings and referral services.
The Early Alert Program provides assistance to students experiencing academic difficulties. The program is designed to aid in the early detection of students who are doing poorly in class, chronically absent from class, or having other kinds of problems that affect academic performance. An additional goal of the program is to improve communication among faculty, students, and their advisers.
The US Conn Library provides access to books, journals, scholarly articles and other research assistance. The qualified staff is available to assist students and faculty with research pursuits. Workstations, study spaces and comfortable chairs are also available.
The General Education Program forms the foundation of a Wayne State College liberal arts education. The required courses that make up the General Education Program will prepare students for the advanced coursework that is a part of their major.
The Honors Program nurtures talent by providing the opportunity for students to go further in an academic discipline
A list of all programs of study available at WSC
The Registrar's Office maintains the permanent academic records of all Wayne State students.
Sakai is an online course management system that features online document distribution, a grade book, discussion, live chat, assignment uploads and online testing. To access Sakai, login to eCampus first.
TRiO Student Support Services personal support services are like a safety net as the student adjusts to the demands of greater independence and responsibility that are a part of college life.
Manage your student account and register for classes. Log in to eCampus first.
The Writing Help Desk is designed to help students improve written communications and academic writing skills. The Help Desk helps students clarify concepts, improve critical thinking, develop paragraphs and transitions, work on organization, increase vocabulary, incorporate and correctly document secondary sources, and write logical, grammatically correct, clear sentences.
Wayne State belongs to the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA).