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Housing Information for Transfer Students

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Transfer Student Communities

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Wherever you are transferring from, fantastic opportunities await you at Wichita State University.

One of those opportunities is specialized housing tailored to the incoming transfer student experience. The residence halls have two different transfer communities, Wheatshocker Apartments and Brennan Hall. Both communities focus on easing your transition to WSU with activities to connect you with other students and the campus. Since each community is in a different hall, you can mix and match building styles and amenities to find the place that is right for you.

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Shocker Hall and Fairmount Towers 2014-2015

Housing Rate Cheat Sheet Now Available

Need a better idea what the monthly costs are for your room. Still have meal plan cost questions? Check out this quick cheat sheet to help you have a quick refernce to the costs associated with campus housing.

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                                    Shocker Hall                                  Fairmount Towers

Residence Hall Fast Facts

Wichita State houses approximately 1,300 undergraduate students in 3 on-campus residence halls located throughout all areas of campus.  There are 2 traditional residence halls and 1 apartment-style hall that is reserved for upper-class students.

•  Residence halls are co-educational and range in size from 100 to 620 residents. Students residing in traditional residence halls are housed in rooms and on floors/wings according to gender. Apartment units are suite style units with same gender occupying both sides of the suite.

Transfer Residents

Transfer students can live anywhere on campus, but those who live in our transfer communities love it. They have all the conveniences of living on campus plus the benefit of living with others who can relate to the transfer student experience. We are proud of our transfer communities, and we hope you will consider calling them home next year.