Keep your students connected with the unique oppportunities and unmatched resources Wichita State provides. Want to receive regular updates? Sign up for the Transfer Counselor Newsletter by emailing Neal Hoelting, community college coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Online Application For Admission
Apply for admission online. A completed application file includes the application for admission, official transcripts from all previous colleges attended, and a $30, non-refundable application fee. See how WSU accepts transcripts.
Admission Application (PDF)
Download a copy of our paper admission application.
If your students have previously submitted an application and wish to change any information or update to a different semester, all they have to do is fill out the admissions online update form.
Encourage your students to get admitted early for priority consideration for merit-based scholarship awards. No additional scholarship application required!
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Encourage your students to fill out the FAFSA by the March 1 priority deadline. WSU's school code is 001950.
Financial Aid can answer any questions related to student award packages, from Verification and Student Aid Reports to Federal Work Study and Loans. Financial Aid officers are also skilled in working with students when their financial circumstances change unexpectedly.
Counseling and Testing
Counseling and Testing works with students who have earned International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement Credit. Students can also register for College Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests through this office.
See the special upcoming programs that WSU is offering to your students. You may also RSVP for students at this site.
Shocker Transfers and Returners (STAR)
Shocker Transfers and Returners (STAR) provides transfer students with key connections to advisors and advocates on campus to help them during their transition to WSU. Transfer Tuesdays are planned specifically for students with previous college credit and focus on topics like professional networking career development, money management and more.
Help your students retrieve their class schedules, view their grades or change their address/phone number at WSU's Web-based student information portal.
Kansas Board of Regents
View Kansas Qualified Admissions criteria and access information about various state scholarships.
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