Physical wellness

Physical wellness is the ability to maintain a healthy quality of life that allows us to get through our daily activities without undue fatigue or physical stress.

Resources

Title IX

313-577-9999 | titleix@wayne.edu

Prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs and activities that receive federal funding.

Zero Tolerance Policy for any conduct prohibited under Title IX including:

  • Gender-based discrimination
  • Sexual harassment
  • Sexual assault
  • Dating/intimate partner violence
  • Stalking
  • Retaliation against any person that reports prohibited conduct

Additional resources

Campus Health Center

313-577-5041

Every currently enrolled Wayne State student gets one free illness visit per semester. Your free student visit covers the provider's time spent to evaluate you and address your reasons for coming in for the visit.  Any additional testing and/or procedures that are needed outside of that evaluation are not included in your free student visit.

Our Services Include:

  • Illness care (acute and chronic)
  • Preventative health care (immunizations, travel health, TB testing)
  • Routine health care (routine wellness, wellness exams and sexual health and testing)
  • Health promotion (wellness/health, health education)

Visit The Campus Health Center on Tuesdays in the Student Center Building for "Health Topic Tuesday's".

Student Disability Services

1600 Undergraduate Library | 313-577-1851 | Videophone: 313-202-4216 | studentdisability@wayne.edu

Student Disability Services (SDS) serves as a resource for the Wayne State University community to ensure academic access and inclusion for students, supporting a view of disability guided by social, cultural and political forces.

We work to create an inclusive academic environment by promoting universal design throughout the university.

We provide academic accommodations, resources and training in assistive technology to foster self-advocacy and success for students with disabilities. We share information to foster understanding of disability throughout the university community.

The W Food Pantry

703 W. Kirby | 313-577-0154 | thew@wayne.edu

The W Food Pantry provides currently enrolled Wayne State Warriors in need of food assistance with supplemental food and additional resources to enhance student success.

Goals:

  • Provide students in need with access to nutritious food at no cost
  • Reduce food insecurities among students across WSU campus
  • Increase awareness of what it means to be food insecure while reducing the stigma surrounding food pantries and food insecurities
  • Provide students additional resources (throughout Wayne State and the greater community)
  • Enhance student success

Opportunities

Substance abuse prevention education

313-577-1010 | rai@wayne.edu

eCHECKUP TO GO

eCHECKUP TO GO (e-CHUG) is a brief, confidential, interactive assessment tool that provides students with individualized feedback regarding their alcohol use, and helps them identify their risk of harm associated with that use. The e-CHUG was developed by San Diego State University and is currently used by nearly 600 colleges and universities. This tool is free to students with no limit on how many times the assessment can be taken, allowing for students to track their alcohol use over a period of time.

While there is a good portion of Wayne State students who either do not drink or drink very infrequently, most students will at some point know someone (a classmate, friend, family member), who drinks at levels that causes them concern. e-CHUG provides basic knowledge about alcohol and helps students identify risk factors and patterns that lead to dangerous and destructive drinking. The e-CHUG also provides a listing of local and campus resources available to individuals who may have an alcohol and/or drug problem. Knowing this information can strengthen our ability to help our friends when they need help and make Wayne State University a safe and fun place to live, work and play.

Mort Harris Recreation and Fitness Center

313-577-2348

The Mort Harris Recreation and Fitness features all your needs for physical health and wellness. We offer group fitness classes and personal training along with every piece of cardiovascular and strength equipment you can imagine. For the sport and outdoor enthusiasts, we have our intramural sports program and our 30 foot high climbing wall. The Mort Harris RFC also features outdoor adventure trips such as hiking and caving in Kentucky, rock climbing in Grand Ledge, and kayaking trips to Belle Isle.

Mort Harris Recreation and Fitness Center's Women's Only Area

This private area is designed for women who need a little privacy while working out. Whether you have a personal preference or a religious need, this area is here to serve your workout needs. Included in the Women's Only Area is:

  • Treadmill
  • Cross Trainer
  • Stepper
  • Arc Trainer Total Body
  • Recumbent Elliptical
  • Recumbent Bicycle
  • Upright Bicycle
  • LifeFitness Quick Circuit
  • Stretching Area
  • Free Weights
  • Televisions
  • Security Cameras Monitoring Entrances and Exits
  • Cubbies for personal belongings

Lactation Rooms for Nursing Mothers