- Academic Success Center is committed to helping every student achieve academic excellence.
- Peer Assisted Learning offers free tutoring, supplemental instruction, and course study groups led by other students.
- Study Skills Academy is a free service that helps students build better study habits.
- Student Success Workshop Series is offered every semester on topics like sleep hygiene, financial literacy, and more.
- Mathematics Literacy Services supports all mathematics-related courses.
- The First-Year Seminar - Learning with the Brain in Mind is specifically designed for first-year college students.
- Wayne State Warriors Vision and Impact Program is comprehensive student support that helps students get acclimated to Wayne State and what it means to be a successful college student.
- Effective Online Learner helps students prepare for online courses.
- Justice and Society Learning Community
- Learn Anywhere has a collection of information to help students maintain balance when learning where ever they may be.
- Math Resource Center is a free tutoring program offered by the Math Department.
- The Wayne State Library has collections of books, article databases, magazines, and much more.
- Criminal Justice Research Guide Library resources and websites for students and others interested in studying or writing papers about Criminal Justice.
- Writing Research and Technology (WRT) Zone helps students work on their research papers.
- Career Services Office
- Campus Health Center
- Child Care Resources
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
- Dean of Students Office (DOSO)
- Office of Multicultural Student Engagement
- Self-care resources
- Student Services Center
- Student Disabilities Center
- Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) invited students from all disciplines to participate in undergraduate research.
- The W Food Pantry
- Caring for your Mental Health (NIMH)
- Detroit Health Department
- Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network
- Khan Academy
- Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPRS)
- National Archive of Criminal Justice Data
- National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS)
- National Institute of Corrections
- National Institute of Justice
- Wayne State University's Library Catalog
- American Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section
- American Correctional Association (ACA)
- Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS)
- American Society of Criminology (ASC)
- Western Society of Criminal Justice (WSC)
Career opportunities in criminal justice include roles as law enforcement officers, supervisors, and executives; criminal justice investigators working for public defenders, prosecutors, fire departments, and insurance companies; correctional officers for whom a college degree is mandatory, such as probation officers, parole officers, and community corrections specialists. Other specialized roles in criminal justice include juvenile probation officers, volunteer administrators, criminologists, forensic scientists, forensic psychologists, medical examiners, and policy analysts. The Criminology and Criminology Justice department annually hosts a Career Fair on the 2nd Tuesday in April.