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Getting Started

1. APPLY FOR ADMISSION or REACTIVATE YOUR FILE

Have you taken classes at WSU before? If yes, then you do not need to apply for admission. Simply reactivate your file through the Registrar's Office.

WSU Office of the Registrar
1845 Fairmount, Wichita, Kan. 67260-0058
T: (316) 978-3055
F: (316) 978-3795
Kansas only: (888) 303-1001

If you haven't taken classes at WSU before, you'll need to submit an application for admission and provide necessary academic records.

 

If you have a four-year degree
from another institution: 
Your transcript must be analyzed to determine which courses will transfer to meet requirements.
» Download a Transfer Analysis Request Form (.doc)
If you have transfer hours from other institutions, but not a four-year degree: Call (316) 978-3300 to make an appointment with an adviser and bring your final high school transcript or official GED scores and any college transcripts with you. Students without a high school diploma or GED are not admissible.
If you do not have transfer hours: Call (316) 978-3300 to make an appointment with an adviser and bring your final high school transcript or official GED scores with you.

 

Grade Point Average requirements: Prospective students must have a minimum 2.50 GPA for admission to teacher education.

For more information contact:
Education Support Services
107 Corbin Education Center
(316) 978-3300


2. APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS

Submit a free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) through the admissions/financial aid area or online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

Financial Aid counselors are available to assist you in applying. Make an appointment by calling (316) 978-3430. In addition to filing the FAFSA, students 24 years of age or older are encouraged to apply for the Returning Adult Scholarship.

» Apply for a Returning Adult Scholarship.


3. GET ADVISED AND ENROLL

Students will work with an academic adviser to create a class schedule. Enrollment is done online and your adviser will instruct with this process. The advisers for the College of Education are in Corbin 107, an appointment must first be made by phone (316) 978-3300.