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Our students come from a wide diversity of cultures, traditions, and experiences and contribute to the ecumenical/interfaith dialogue at ETS.

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Library Resources

Access to Wayne State

University Library

As an ETS student, you have access to the Wayne State University Libraries.  You will be expected to make use of these resources over the course of your degree.  With your Wayne State library account, you can:

Check-out library books

Computer usage and printing

Remote database access

To obtain items via interlibrary loan, please use your local public library.


How to Get a Library Card


Go with your driver’s license or state-issued ID to the Computer and Information Technology office (C&IT), located in Suite 005 of the Student Center Building (5221 Gullen Mall). There, you will be issued a Wayne State access code and a password. Business hours are Monday-Friday 9am-5p.

Go to the Welcome Center, Suite 257, to obtain your OneCard. This will serve as your library card. Business hours are Monday-Friday 8:30a-5p.

After obtaining your access code, password, and OneCard, you will be able to use Wayne State’s databases from any location. That’s right! You will be able to download full articles from home or anywhere else

Helpful Hint


Most books on topics related to religion are located in the


Purdy-Kresge Library

5265 Cass Avenue

Detroit 48202).

Hours of Operation are:

Mon-Thu 8am-9pm;
Fri 8am-6pm;
Sat 9am-5pm;
Sun 11am – 7pm.

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Masters Level Courses

Urban Ministry Diploma (UMD)

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As you search for the right school that fits your educational and vocational needs for ministry, take a careful look at what ETS has to offer you. We think you will be happy with what you find here.

Feel free to contact our administrative staff with any questions you may have. You will find a group of friendly people who are eager to assist you.

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