Student & Alumni Resources
The Office of Alumni Affairs and the Medical Alumni Association support students at all stages of their medical education by providing opportunities for meaningful interaction with alumni. School of Medicine alumni have graciously offered to open their homes and workplaces to students to share their expertise and insights. View our Get Involved webpage to access more information on mentoring, volunteering, and Medical Alumni Association initiatives.
WSU financial aid staff are available to assist you with understanding financial aid programs, eligibility and the financial aid process.
Through a variety of support and outreach programs, the Wayne State University School of Medicine's Office of Diversity and Inclusion helps undergraduates become competitive medical school applicants and demonstrates to students in kindergarten through 12th grade that, no matter their background, pursuing a medical degree is possible.
The Office of Student Affairs provides students with a welcoming environment, timely and accurate advising, programs designed to enhance student well-being, and major school events to celebrate the milestones of your medical school careers. Students are encouraged to meet with their staff or the Assistant Dean at any time, knowing that confidentiality is respected and upheld. Student Affairs provides a variety of services all central to your well-being and development.
The Wayne State University School of Medicine Division of Continuing Medical Education is your source for accredited learning.
All these required/necessary forms are available in the Office of Records and Registration.
To verify a resident from a Detroit Medical Center/Wayne State University joint-sponsored program or a resident that graduated prior to 2007, please contact the Detroit Medical Center GME at 313-966-0463 (Resident last names A-L) or 313-993-0034 (Resident last names M-Z). Main office number: 313 745 5146; fax (313) 966-0880.
For verification of a resident from a Wayne State University sole-sponsored program 2007 and after, please contact (313) 577-0714 or email email@example.com
The Wayne State University School of Medicine is a unique gem for this state and the country. It is up to us to carry that message forward. There are a multitude of public policy issues that directly affect the future of the medical school and the Wayne State University Physicians Group including state appropriations, support for graduate medical education, NIH research and other federal agency grants, and funding for indigent care, just to name a few. Our expertise and passion for these issues must be communicated to those who make decisions.
Vera P. Shiffman Medical Library is located on the Wayne State University medical campus inside the Richard J. Mazurek, M.D. Medical Education Commons. Shiffman Medical Library supports the research, education, public health and health information needs of the Wayne State University School of Medicine and the Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. The library maintains access to major biomedical, health sciences, and consumer health resources.