Congratulations, admitted students. We are looking forward to meeting you and are taking great care to prepare for your arrival. Please mark your calendars for Monday, August 29th, 9am to 4pm for the College of Engineering Graduate Student Orientation.
Orientation is mandatory for students and will include important information from the following WSU units:
College of Engineering Dean's Office
International Students and Scholars Office
Departmental break-out sessions in the afternoon
Pizza will be served. Don't miss out--Register for Graduate Student Orientation today (deadline is August 22nd)!
Admitted Mechanical Engineering students are required to attend a separate, departmental orientation on either Monday, August 22nd or Tuesday, August 23rd to create a Plan of Work. This will take place in the Engineering Auditorium and you will receive an email about it shortly. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Need more information now? View our accepted graduate student webinar or email us.
Register for courses now to ensure your seat in class! You are eligible to register upon acceptance into the program. View your department graduate degree guidelines for course selections. If you want to adjust your schedule, you are able to make changes later.
The Wayne State University Graduate School
invites you to attend a
Forum on Career Development
presented by the
2016 King-Chavez-Parks (KCP) Distinguished Visiting Professors.
Ethriam Brammer, PhD
Eastern Michigan University
Kish Golden, PhD
Merck & Co.
Crystal Hill-Pryor, PhD
US Army Medical Research
Fort Detrick, MD
Established by the Michigan Legislature in 1986, the goal of the Martin Luther King, Jr. - César Chávez - Rosa Parks (KCP) Initiative is to increase the number of Michigan's most educationally or economically disadvantaged citizens who have the opportunity to complete college degrees and experience career success as active participants in a knowledge-based global economy. The KCP forum showcases former Wayne State University graduates who were KCP Fellows. The presenters will speak on the challenges and opportunities they experienced during their careers and share their wisdom with current students and faculty about succeeding in graduate school and beyond.
Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016
10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Lunch will be served at 1 p.m.
RSVP by Sept. 1, 2016.
Funding for this program is, in part, provided by the King-Chavez-Parks Initiative.