Wayne State University giving away free semester of classes, laptops in COVID-19 vaccine incentive drawings
DETROIT (FOX 2) - Wayne State University is incentivizing students to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by offering free laptops, bookstore vouchers, and even an entire semester of classes.
From now through Aug. 29, students, faculty, and staff can submit proof that they have gotten at least one dose of the vaccine to be entered in a drawing.
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Prizes for students include $100 bookstore vouchers, $100 OneCard vouchers, a free semester of parking, laptops, a free semester of on-campus housing, and a free semester of classes.
Prizes for faculty and staff include gift cards, TVs, laptops, and free parking.
Learn more about the drawing and submit proof of vaccination here.
Wayne State has not mandated the COVID-19 vaccine for students and staff like some colleges have, including the University of Michigan and Michigan State University. However, the university said it is implementing a targeted mandate for students living in university housing for the fall 2021 semester.