The WSU College of Education Alumni Association was found in 1893 in connection with the Detroit Normal Training School, the forerunner of today's college. Our alumni bring to life the vision of Wayne State University's College of Education each and every day by:
- Fostering a spirit of loyalty to the college
- Maintaining high standards for the teaching profession
- Assisting professionally and financially those who need help continuing their education
- Keeping alive the spirit of fellowship
- Encouraging productive contacts between the student body and the alumni
The Wayne state University Alumni Association is now a non-due based organization. All those who graduate from WSU automatically become part of the alumni association, without formally joining or paying dues. To be sure you are receiving the most up-to-date information from the Wayne State University Alumni Association, be sure to update your contact information at www.alumni.wayne.edu.
Join our efforts to build your alma mater's community! There are many ways to connect with Wayne State University. Check the events calendar for details.
It's about giving back too. Graduates of Education have the opportunity to uphold the best practices for education professionals, to assist current students in their academic programs, and to help graduates in their professional careers. We always appreciate alumni giving their time, effort and financial support to help advance the College of Education. Be an active alum!
If you have questions, contact Dr. Janice Green, assistant dean for Academic Services and College of Education Alumni liaison.
Advance your Career
Your Wayne State education gave you a base to be successful. And it can still help you years after you left campus because education alumni can always receive career help by visiting the College of Education's Academic Services office.
Help us stay in touch with you by making sure we have your current contact information. If you have changed employers, have a new address, phone number or email address, please let us know (Update your information).
If you have accomplishments that you would like us to include in an upcoming edition of the Educator, the college's e-newsletter, please send an email to email@example.com.
If you are interested in participating in alumni activities, supporting the college through any of the ways mentioned above, or sharing ideas for how we might better serve our alumni, please contact our development staff:
- Mary Barden, Director of Philanthropy
- (313) 577-1664
- Michael Gute, Philanthropy Officer
- (313) 577-1671
Please join our efforts to build the College of Education pride and brand! As you can see, there are many ways to connect on our site.