Media resources

Board of Governors The Board of Governors elects the President of the university, has general supervision of Wayne State University and the control and direction of all expenditures from university funds. It enacts bylaws and regulations for the conduct of its business and for the governance of the university.

Office of the President Dr. Kimberly Andrews Espy became the 13th president of Wayne State University on August 1, 2023.

Our Moment in Time Strategic Plan for 2022-2027. Values: Collaboration, Integrity, Innovation, Excellence, Diversity and Inclusion, Leadership.

Faculty Experts With 13 schools and colleges, Wayne State University has hundreds of faculty who are highly qualified to serve as expert sources for news organizations. After browsing our faculty experts database, please contact a member of our staff to set up an interview.

Historical Timeline

Wayne State Fact Book The Wayne State University Fact Book is a compilation of detailed information about the university's purpose, resources, activities and people.

Wordmarks The wordmarks and logos available on this page are updated frequently. In the interest of accuracy, we ask that these images are used by new organizations reporting on Wayne State University. If you are unable find the logo you are looking for on this page, please contact a member of our staff.

Helpful hints


Metered street parking and parking structures are available around and on campus.

View the campus map with parking options. Members of the media who need to park in other locations temporarily while they shoot video should contact the PR department at 313-577-8155.

Credentials and special events

In general, credentials are not needed for non-athletics events. For events with limited capacity, the media relations office will inform news organizations in advance if credentials are needed. Occasionally, reporters and photographers may be asked to show identification from their news organization, especially to access media areas at commencement and convocation ceremonies.

Public records

Please visit the Office of the General Counsel for information on the Michigan Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).