Social wellness

Social wellness is the ability to relate to and connect with other people in our world.

Resources

Get Involved on campus 

The Dean of Students Office invites you to discover over 400 recognized student organizations, including our Campus Activities Team and Greek Life. Pursue your interests, participate in diverse programming and events on campus and make the most of your WSU experience.

Seasonal opportunities

Legacy Leaders

Legacy Leaders will volunteer to lead our incoming class over two days of programming for Orientation Part Two. Legacy Leaders will gain valuable experience in leadership development and networking while earning volunteer hours within the university and officially representing Wayne State in stylish team member apparel. Legacy Leaders must have completed at least 12 credits at Wayne State and have a 2.5 cumulative GPA.

Alternative Spring Break Detroit

During ASBD, we will use a variety of experiences to better understand and enjoy our own backyard. Though volunteering is the essential backbone of the ASBD experience, we will also provide you with the opportunity to learn about Detroit (past and present), dine at various restaurants throughout the city, visit local art galleries and other cultural hot spots, as well as get to know how movers and shakers of non-profit organizations, local government, WSU, urban businesses, and the art community are playing a starring role in city revitalization.

Housing & Residential Life

582 Student Center | 313-577-2116 

Residents of Housing and Residential Life enter into a diverse and urban environment that challenges each individual to become responsible local and global leaders. We do this by creating a community centered on our four pillars: Academic Engagement & Success, Social Justice & Equity, Personal Responsibility & Development and Warrior Pride.