There isn’t a yellow brick road leading to Wayne State’s downtown campus, but it is every bit of a gem as the Emerald City. Located in Detroit’s cultural district, the campus is in walking distance of museums, galleries, theaters, restaurants, not to mention Lions and Tigers, but no bears, oh my. And you have a chance to experience it for free before hanging up your backpack.
Wayne State’s University Bound program is exclusively for community college students planning on transferring to a four-year college or university. It includes an overnight stay in a Wayne State residence hall and workshops introducing you to the resources that would be available if you attended the university. You will also gain insight into the major(s) you are considering and learn about all of the cultural and extracurricular activities on and around Wayne State’s campus. Concert at the Fox anyone?
This free opportunity is brought to you by the Center for Advanced Automotive Technology (CAAT), which is housed at South Campus and funded by a National Science Foundation grant.
This year’s University Bound for community college students will be held May 16-17. Enrollment is limited to 40 students and those interested must register by May 1 at http://www.macomb.edu/resources/university-center/attachments/UniversityBoundWSU.pdf or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.