Wayne State University offers a 200 acre campus in the heart of Midtown Detroit.
Wayne State has the largest single-campus medical school in the U.S., creating collaborations with two major medical centers within a few miles of the campus.
Wayne State is surrounded by cultural institutions like the Detroit Institute of Arts, the second largest fine arts museum in the country with more than 60,000 works of art.
Wayne State's over 200 acre campus offers plenty of green space to enjoy beautiful weather.
WSU offers its own seasonal farmers market featuring locally sourced foods.
Old Main is WSU's signature building. It houses the Grosscup Museum of Anthropology, Thomas Edison's mineral collection, a planetarium, rehearsal space for dance, music and theatre, 45 classrooms, and several administrative offices.
At the Mort Harris Recreation and Fitness Center, WSU offers opportunities to play on campus.
Located behind our state-of-the-art residence halls, the sand pit is used for more than just volleyball.
Midtown hosts a number of festivals, gallery shows and other events in its thriving cultural community.
Loft developments and local businesses make Midtown a great place to live, work and play.
Detroit is currently experiencing one of the largest urban redevelopment booms in the country, with an influx of young professionals, new businesses and new ideas.
Wayne State University is at the forefront of innovation with its focus on research and development.
Part of Wayne State's urban mission is to help build a successful community through volunteering, partnering, and community engagement.
Detroit hosts three major sports teams minutes from campus: the Tigers (baseball), the Lions (football) and the Red Wings (ice hockey).
Located in the entertainment district, Campus Martius Park offers the Fourth Fridays concerts in the summer and the Motown Winter Blast in the winter, showing why it was voted the 4th best public square in North America by the Urban Land Institute.
The Spirit of Detroit is the unofficial mascot for city, and wears jerseys for sports teams when they make the championship round. The 26 foot tall cast bronze statue even donned a tuxedo in homage during the Three Tenors' visit to Detroit.
We invite you to come explore Detroit and everything it has to offer.