The mission of the Office of Purchasing is to support the university community by acquiring the proper quantity and quality of goods and services at the right time and place.
We are located in the basement of Morrison Hall, which is close to the southeast corner of Shocker Hall.
The office employs five people. Our job is to help the employees of WSU navigate the procurement statutes that govern our purchasing environment. We will assist you in making the correct choices early in your process so you can more efficiently purchase the goods and services needed to support your teaching, research, or operations within your department. Additional information may be found at the following links:
NOTE: This program is currently under revision. Check back periodically for the most recent updates!
For more information on the Enhanced and iTravel BPC program and training, please contact Robby Murray at 978-5185.
Wichita State University has established a VISA Business Procurement Card (BPC) program for authorized WSU representatives. The purpose of the program is to provide an efficient cost effective method of payment to resolve the financial hardship associated with ongoing expenses required of WSU representatives in fulfilling their overall job requirements and department mission.
To learn more about the types of accounts available and for copies of current manuals, please contact the VISA BPC Program Administrator - email@example.com
To apply for a Business Procurement Card:
To make changes to a current account, please complete the following form:
Other forms and related documents:
Monthly log sheets
Follow the purchasing supply contract award links to a listing and PDF's of current WSU supplier contact information. The products and services represented in the listing must be purchased from the sources indicated. Purchase of the product or service from sources other than listed may become the personal responsibility of the individual authorizing the purchase.
Wichita State University offers surplus property for sale under K.S.A 2010 Supp. 75-6606, and the Kansas Board of Regents Policy and Procedures, Section 11, Authorized Disposition of Surplus Property. Click on the heading for links to more detailed information.
Wichita State University encourages developers interested in collaborating in support of the WSU Innovation Campus, to submit proposals or expressions of interest to the Office of Purchasing. Information regarding the WSU Innovation Campus can be found on the university website http://www.wichita.edu/thisis/ and typing Innovation Campus, or by contacting Dr. John Tomblin, Vice President for Research & Technology Transfer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WSU Property – Notice of Intention to Lease
The university has available office or laboratory space available for lease. The university will consider leasing such space to those whose presence on campus would advance the university’s applied learning vision or its mission as an educational, cultural and economic driver for Kansas and the greater public good. Because tenant use must be a good fit with the university’s educational mission and available space, please be prepared to provide the following information: (1) name; (2) square footage of space needs; (3) equipment, design or other special needs; (4) description of anticipated use; and (5) the anticipated benefits to the university, its students and the WSU community (i.e. applied learning, joint research, faculty start-up, etc.). The university will consider serious offers and inquiries from any financially qualified individual, group, organization, or company. If interested, please contact Vice President for Research & Technology Transfer, Dr. John Tomblin, email@example.com or Property Manager Crystal Deselms, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Contact: Ellen Abbey at 316-978-5864