Wayne State University

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  • Meet with an advisor in preparation for spring/summer registration

    Undergraduate advising appointments are available at WSU’s main campus in Midtown Detroit, as well as the university’s extension centers in Farmington Hills, Clinton Township and Livonia.

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  • Announcing the Mike Ilitch School of Business

    Wayne State University is receiving a $40 million gift from Mike and Marian Ilitch to build a new, state-of-the-art business school facility in Detroit.

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Events

Calendar of Events

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School of Business Undergraduate Walk-In Advising
February 9 2016 at 9:00 AM
Prentis Building
The School of Business advises current and prospective students every Tuesday at the Main Campus located in Detroit Michigan. Advisors can assist with all types of areas including, but not limited to, those listed below: Admission Policies & Procedures Discuss admission procedures for undergraduate programs Process Plan of Work for admitted undergraduate students Meet with current students throughout their academic career Meet with prospective students to  analyze and explain transfer credit Advising in the School of Business Advise prospective and current students interested in majoring or minoring in the School of Business Explain and interpret School of Business and University policies and procedures Assist students with the Student Academic Progress appeal process through financial aid Registration Assist in processing registration requests Handle School of Business hold release Process override requests  Call 313-577-4510 for an appointment!    
UHY Meet & Greet (Accounting Focused)
February 9 2016 at 1:00 PM
Prentis Building
Meet with representatives and learn about opportunities available with UHY. Registration is required. To register, visit www.waynebizcareers.com, select “Events” then “Workshops or Career Fairs” and click RSVP.
GPD: Multiple Role Management
February 9 2016 at 3:00 PM
Welcome Center
The aim of this GPD is to discuss ways in which graduate students manage their multiple roles in a healthy and satisfying manner. Panel members will briefly introduce themselves and discuss their multiple role management histories. They will then lead breakout sessions with small groups of students to discuss their experiences. Students are encouraged to reflect on the following questions prior to attending: 1. To what extent to do you believe that it is possible to balance or manage your multiple roles as a graduate student, employee, parent, child, caregiver, friend, volunteer (or other roles you may have)? 2. To what extent to do you believe that faculty are able to manage these multiple roles and what have you witnessed among faculty and mentors? 3. What are some the challenges in managing your roles? 4. What are some solutions that have worked well in managing your roles? 5. What are you hoping to learn by attending a session on managing your roles? Panel and Breakout Session Leaders: Dr. Krista Brumley (Sociology), Dr. Annmarie Cano (The Graduate School; Psychology), Dr. Anne Duggan (Classical and Modern Languages, Literature, & Culture), Dr. Sharon Lean (Political Science), Dr. Katheryn Maguire and Dr. Donyale Padgett (Communication), Dr. Kevin Theis (Immunology & Microbiology).
Career Fair Prep Workshop by CPP Staff (Supply Chain Focused)
February 9 2016 at 4:30 PM
Prentis Building
Learn about what to expect from the Winter Business Career Fair. Registration is required. To register, visit www.waynebizcareers.com, select “Events” then “Workshops or Career Fairs” and click RSVP.
School of Business Undergraduate Advising at Oakland Center
February 10 2016 at 12:00 PM
Oakland Center - Educational Outreach
The School of Business advises current and prospective students every Wednesday at the Oakland Center located in Farmington Hills. Advisors can assist with all types of areas including, but not limited to, those listed below: Admission Policies & Procedures Discuss admission procedures for undergraduate programs Process Plan of Work for admitted undergraduate students Meet with current students throughout their academic career Meet with prospective students to  analyze and explain transfer credit Advising in the School of Business Advise prospective and current students interested in majoring or minoring in the School of Business Explain and interpret School of Business and University policies and procedures Assist students with the Student Academic Progress appeal process through financial aid Registration Assist in processing registration requests Handle School of Business hold release Process override requests  Call 313-577-4510 for an appointment!
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