Resources for Current Students

Our goal is to provide our students with the information you will need to be successful in your counseling graduate degree. We are here to help! If you do not find the information here, please call 313-577-1613 or to contact the Counselor Education faculty to the faculty listing page.

 College of Education Resources

  • Master of Arts Plans of Work
    • Plans of Work for Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling and Combined Clinical Mental Health and School Counseling concentrations.
  • College of Education Career Resources
    • WSU College of Education students and graduates are recruited and employed in a wide variety of careers in teacher education, instructional design, leadership and policy, kinesiology, sports administration, educational psychology, and counseling. They are in demand and lead the way in some of the world's most important and inspiring professions. In fact, our alumni represent nearly a quarter of all school administrators in Michigan. Each year in May the college hosts an annual job fair, with on average of sixty recruiters on site.
  • Scholarships - College of Education
    • WSU College of Education through the generosity of private donors, is able to award scholarship funds to hundreds of eligible graduate and undergraduate students each academic year.

WSU and College of Education Resources

    • Student Organization Resources
      • Student organizations
      • CAPS (Counseling and Psychological Services)
        • CAPS is here if you need to talk...about anything. It is part of the Student Services and is the university agency dedicated to provide counseling and psychological services for Wayne State students and to provide consultation and outreach to the university community in support of student welfare.
      • College of Education Counseling Center
        • The Counseling and Testing Center is dedicated to rendering services for clinical counseling, art therapy and testing to individuals, groups, organizations or the general public.
      • College of Education Early Childhood Center
        • The Wayne State University College of Education Early Childhood Center (COE-ECC) offers preschool programs for 2 1/2 to 5-year-old children with options for before and after-school care. The center is a non-profit organization and the preschool program is tuition-based. Tuition assistance is available through the Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) for four-year-olds who families quality under the grant criteria and for 2 1/2 to 5-year-olds through the Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) grant who parents are Pell Grant-eligible undergraduate students at Wayne State University.
      • Community involvement
      • High (Helping Individuals Go Higher) Program
        • The High Program helps financially stressed students at Wayne State University reach their goal to graduate. The program provides resources for students-in-need, such as housing support, textbooks and other school supplies.
      • Student conduct, support and intervention
      • Student life wellness
      • W Food Pantry
        • Supports currently enrolled Wayne State students by providing resources (i.e. nonperishable food, toiletries, and feminine hygiene items) to reduce food and other insecurities they may face.