The Division of Student Auxiliary Services is comprised of many departments and functional areas that work to meet the needs of the campus.
The WSU Bookstore offers a complete line of textbooks, school supplies, Warrior apparel and novelties, and books and magazines.
Each year the bookstore sells more than 100,000 books, 5,000 sweatshirts, 10,000 t-shirts and nearly a half a million candy bars and soda pops. With the book rental program, students last year saved more than $800,000 by renting instead of purchasing textbooks.
Go to the WSU Bookstore.
Go to Catering Services
Conference Services and Guest Housing
The University's guest housing and summer conference group programs provide outside groups a safe and convenient way to enjoy living in Detroit. Our unique location in the heart of a vibrant midtown community includes numerous cultural and educational opportunities. The department offers personal assistance with lodging, parking, dining and meeting room needs, all of which are designed to ensure a wonderful campus experience.
Dining Services strives to operate at the highest quality, maximizing the services to a diverse student, faculty, and staff base and the surrounding community. We offer meal plans to students, faculty and staff with all you care to eat dining options, operation of a number of satellite and franchise locations across the main and medical school campus, and the exclusive operation of campus catering services.
Go to Dining Services.
Housing and Residential Life
Housing and Residential Life administers the residence life program and manages more than 1,600 residence hall beds and nearly 700 efficiency, one, two, and three-bedroom apartments across campus. Each year nearly 3,500 of Wayne State's students choose to live in one of our six residence halls or apartment buildings.
Housing and Residential Life fosters student learning and success through engaging residents in an intentional living-learning community. Supported by safe, comfortable and convenient residence hall, apartment and dining environments, residents grow in self-awareness and cross-cultural understanding as they practice social and group development as members of a diverse group of Wayne State learners.
Student Center Administration
Wayne State University's Student Center supports the success of the campus community through meeting the recreational, dining, programming, assembly, and conference needs of students, faculty, staff, and invited guests. The Student Center provides an environment to cultivate student success, acquire organizational and leadership skills, and experience personal growth.
Go to the Student Center.