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We are excited to welcome our students, faculty and staff back to campus. We look forward to a fall semester that will see a return to in-person classes and many beloved Wayne State traditions, and we will spend this summer preparing for that return. This site serves as a guide to keep you informed about the latest campus updates and help you get ready for fall. Through it all, we remain committed to our mission of providing a premier urban education.
Wayne State University recognizes the importance of supporting nursing mothers by providing space to breastfeed and/or express milk for faculty and staff. Private and clean areas with outlets have been designated on campus as "Lactation Support Rooms". Employees can use these rooms for milk expression during work hours.
With flu season approaching, it's even more important to take care of yourself. As a Wayne State employee, you interact with many people across campus throughout the day. Immunizations help protect both you and those around you by preventing the spread of disease.
Getting vaccinated against the flu is in accordance with the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and is for the health and safety of you, family members, colleagues, and students.
Wayne State University requires that all faculty, staff and enrolled students who plan to be on campus receive a flu shot.
The most effective way to stay safe on and off campus is to be prepared and properly informed. The WSUPD empowers the Wayne State community to stay aware of their surroundings, alert to any threats and equipped to respond when necessary. Our campus is one of the 50 safest in the United States, an accomplishment largely due to an informed and aware community.