Undergraduate Semester Update Form

This undergraduate semester update form is for:

  • students who applied to Wichita State University within the last two years, but never attended classes.
  • students who were previously a high school guest and now want to enroll at Wichita State University as a degree-bound student. Former high school guests do not need to re-apply and pay the fee, even if it has been more than two years.

If it has been more than two years since you applied, you will have to submit  new application materials along with the $30 application fee. Submit an application for undergraduate admission.

If you are a current high school guest, you do NOT need to fill out this form.

1. Legal Name

First Name:




2. myWSU ID (optional):

3. Date of Birth (mm/dd/yyyy):

Home Phone (xxx) xxx-xxxx:

Cell Phone (xxx) xxx-xxxx:

4. Street Address:





Email Address:

5. When do you plan to attend WSU? Include semester (fall, spring, summer) and year.

6. Semester you last attended WSU?

Semester:  Year:

In which academic college/major:

7. Check the student category in which you plan to enroll:
open admissions (non-degree bound) - not eligible for financial aid
college guest (non-degree bound) - not eligible for financial aid
non-degree bound - not eligible for financial aid
degree bound

If you are enrolling as a degree-bound student, which major do you plan to study?

8. In order of attendance, list all colleges you have attended and the dates of your attendance. All required transcripts must be sent directly from the previous school(s) to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at Wichita State University. Failure to report all previous colleges and universities attended could result in academic dismissal.

Name / Location - Dates Attended - Date Graduated

9. High school graduation year:

By submitting this form and entering my name below, I certify that the answers given on the Undergraduate Semester Update Form are correct to the best of my knowledge. I understand that falsified information could result in my dismissal from WSU and that making a false writing is a felony under Kansas law (K.S.A 21-3711)

Please type in your name (first name, last name):