The Science and Engineering Educational Development for Students (SEEDS) program was established at Wichita State University in 2004 through grant funding. SEEDS lets students in grades 5 through 8 explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics through fun, free, hands-on activities like Lego Mindstorms, Roller Coasters and Animator Academy.
The next Nobel Prize winner, or Fields Medal recipient could be someone you know. Allow them to explore the sciences through SEEDS and then step back and be amazed at what they can accomplish.
Presidential Scholars Day
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Friday February 22, 2013
The top 10 percent of high school juniors from across Kansas are invited to WSU for a day of recognition and to learn about the great opportunities awaiting them at Wichita State. While on campus, students will have the opportunity to hear about some of WSU’s premier programs, including the Distinguished Scholarship Invitational, National Student Exchange and the Emory Lindquist Honors Program. Each student will be presented with a certificate and a special gift on behalf of the university.
Parent Enrollment Workshop
Saturday, March 2nd, 2013
Attendees of the Parent Enrollment Workshop learn the nuts and bolts of helping their student transition to Wichita State. Parents will hear from university departments regarding housing, fee payment, safety, wellness and much more.
WSU Open House
Friday, March 15, 2012
Transfer students, returning adults, high school freshmen and sophomores will all find something that suits their interests at our Admissions Open House. Academic representatives, admissions staff and current students will be available to answer questions about majors, programs and activities at Wichita State. The Open House format allows students to pick the sessions that interest them.
Wednesday, March 27, 2012
If you are currently a high school freshman and participant of AVID you can come and join us for a day of learning and excitement! AVID students will have the opportunity to meet faculty and staff during the academic sessions, and visit with current WSU students. Students must RSVP to attend.
Friday, May 3, 2013
Experience what it's like to be a shocker during this exclusive day for high school juniors. Juniors will have the opportunity to hang out with current WSU students, attend a in a professor-taught class and get an inside look at WSU's rich traditions. There will also be a discount for on-campus dining and you'll get a free WSU T-shirt.