The Student Center offers a wide variety of services and amenities for students, faculty, staff and visitors. Please click on the categories below to explore all that the Student Center has to offer. If you can't find what you're looking for, please call Student Center Administration at 313-577-4585.
- Student Center Administration Student Center Administration is your source for university-related information, support and programs. Just a few of the services provided include campus directories and maps, faxing, copying, flyer posting, lamination, State Hall locker rental, lost and found, vending machine refunds and rental payments.
- Digital Sign Promotions
The Student Center Administration offers free event promotion space on the digital signs and directories in the building. Student organizations and departments can submit art using an online form.
The Student Center food court features a Panda Express, Starbucks, Taco Bell and Towers Cafe Express. Please visit dining.wayne.edu for updated hours and offerings.
- Midtown Market
Offering fresh to-go sandwiches, fruit, and snacks, ice-cold drinks, fresh hot coffee, supplies for school and room, and a selection of Wayne State Warrior gear.Mon. - Fri.: 7:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.Sat.: 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.Sun.: 11:00 a.m. - 11:30 p.m.
- OneCard Machines The OneCard kiosk is located on the first floor between Midtown Market and the center stairwell. This kiosk is available for use whenever the Student Center is open.
- Television Lounges
Televisions are located throughout the building. There are televisions offering Direct TV service on the lower level, first and second floors near the center stairwell.
The Student Center operates two gaming areas in the lower level of the building. The original game room includes billiards, ping-pong and board games. The newly added Esports facility is also located on the lower level and has 20 gaming stations for students to enjoy.
Game Room Information
The game room (separate from the ESports Facility) contains 5 billiards tables, 3 ping pong tables, a TV, RockBot music software, and scattered high-top tables. The Game Room is available to all currently enrolled WSU Students.
Students must present an active OneCard for entry into the space. Student Center staff will hand out the necessary equipment and assign users to a table. Time is limited to 90 minutes per table, though time can be extended if no one is waiting in line to use the space. Students are encouraged to bring their own equipment if desired.
Consistent with policies across campus and within the Student Center, special precautions have been put in place for the Game Room in regards to the Covid-19 pandemic. Masks/facial coverings are required to be worn at all times. Capacity will be limited in the Game Room to three (of five) billiards tables and two (of three) ping pong tables. Guests are not permitted in the space at this time, and only two students can be using a particular table at once. Max capacity for the space at any given time is 10 people (not including the SCB staff member).
All students must check in with at the game room desk prior to using the space. Student Center staff will hand out equipment. All equipment is cleaned after it is returned and tables are sanitized after use.
The ESports facility boasts 20 state-of-the art Alienware computers with ggLeap LAN Center Software, Logitech mouse/keyboard/desk mat combos, and custom WSU Zipchair gaming chairs. Three additional console-ready TVs complete the space. Available games include Fortnite, COD: Warzone, Overwatch, Dota 2, League of Legends, and more.
The ESports Facility was designed with both the experienced gamer AND new-to-gaming students in mind. It is staffed by the Student Center and supported by Computing & Information Technology, ensuring the care for the space and equipment while providing new and exciting opportunities for Wayne State students.
Any currently-enrolled Wayne State University student can visit the ESports Facility and start gaming. Students must always have an active OneCard to enter the space, and in addition students must sign a policy-agreement once per academic year. From that point forward simply show your OneCard and you will be assigned to a computer! Students using the computer stations are allotted 90 minutes of game time upon entering the facility, though time can be re-upped in 60 minute increments if there is no one waiting to use a computer. Headphones are not provided, so students are encouraged to bring their own.
The Student Center is committed to ensuring the ESports facility is a safe space for our staff and student visitors. As with everywhere else in the Student Center, students are required to wear a mask at all times. Sheild barriers are installed throughout the facility and cleaning wipes are available for students when they enter and leave. All stations are wiped down at the beginning and end of each day, as well as in between each use, while certain stations are closed each day to encourage social distancing. Additionally, only 2 people are permitted per TV and no student guests are allowed in the space if they are not assigned to a computer or TV.
*Patrons MUST use their OneCards to sign out equipment.
The branch is located on the first floor of the Student Center. Want your $50 ATM withdrawal in two $20s, one $5 and five $1s? MFCU ATMs let you choose exactly the combination you want. Interactive kiosks empower you to do everything from accessing online banking to making loan payments. The kiosks are accessible only when the Student Center is open and financial sales representatives are available 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
A Chase Bank ATM is located on the first floor between Mad Anthony's and the center stairwell. It is available for use whenever the Student Center is open.
Comerica Bank ATM
A Comerica Bank ATM is located on the first floor between Mad Anthony's and the center stairwell. It is available for use whenever the Student Center is open.
- Wireless Network
The Student Center has wireless Internet access throughout the majority of the facility. All guests may connect to WSU-Public and will be required to agree to terms and conditions. Guest with a valid AccessID and password are encouraged to utilize the WSU-Secure network.
- Reflection Room
There is a multi-faith, non-denominational Reflection Room located on the third floor of the Student Center. This room is not reservable and is open for all to use. Outside the Reflection Room there are two ablution rooms for student use.The Reflection Room and the ablution rooms are available anytime the Student Center is open.
- Lost and Found
The Student Center coordinates the lost and found center for much of the Wayne State University campus. Found items can be turned in to our information desk, located on the first floor of the Student Center. To inquire about a lost item, stop by the information desk or call us at 313-577-0295.
- Infant Changing Tables