Deciding to live on campus is a big decision, but we've got all of the information you'll need to help you transition to on-campus living.
Make sure you check out our Community Living Guide (PDF) for all of the essential information about living on campus. We have all of the information you'll need to make sure your move to Midtown is as smooth as possible.
So start reading and get ready to pack your bags for Wayne State!
Unique living options
There are several unique living and live-in learning communities in each of the residence halls that you can be a part of. From an Honors College Community to a Female Only floor, you can customize your living experience to suit your needs.
View or print the Community Living Guide (PDF)
Bringing a car
Residents planning to have a car on campus must purchase a semester parking pass from Parking & Transportation Services. Residents must select either Parking Structure 2 (Lodge Service Drive and Kirby) or Parking Structure 8 (Forest and Cass).
Parking on campus
A semester pass costs $287 (subject to change) and can be purchased online at parking.wayne.edu.
Getting around campus
Wayne State offers students free shuttles throughout campus. Track the shuttles in realtime on the WSU Mobile app. If you need to go farther, WSU has partnered with ZipCar to offer low cost hourly and daily car rentals.
General Parking & Transportation
Contact the OneCard/Parking Service Center
Welcome Center, Suite 257
42 W. Warren Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202