The First Day Inclusive Access Pilot program is the result of Wayne State University, Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, and Publishers nationwide working together to provide students early access to required course material securely through Canvas at a price less than or equal to direct to student publisher pricing. First Day Inclusive Access is a billing model that places a direct charge for course materials against the students' WSU account, allowing the bookstore to provide early access to the required course material through Canvas before the first day of class.
Wayne State University Housing and Residential Life has big plans for the next few years. With the ever-increasing number of students looking to live on campus, housing is undergoing an expansion. The new plan will bring some much-needed accommodations to campus.
Phase one began in May 2017 and ended in the fall of 2018 with the opening of the 11-story tower of the Anthony Wayne Apartments. Phase two also began in May 2017 and will end in the fall of 2019 with the opening of the rest of the Anthony Wayne Apartments. Phase three began in May 2019 with the demolition of the Helen L. DeRoy Apartments and end in the fall of 2020 with the opening of the renovated Chatsworth Tower.