Keep your students connected with the unique opportunities and unmatched resources Wichita State provides. Want to receive regular updates? Sign up for the monthly High School Counselor Newsletter by emailing Danielle Dankey, assistant director of admissions, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See when an admissions rep will be in your area.
Encourage your students to get admitted early for priority consideration for merit-based scholarship awards. No additional scholarship application required!
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 SAT/ACT prep workshops, Institutional ACT, and College Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests through this office.
High School Guest Program
Juniors and seniors with a 3.00 cumulative GPA are allowed to take up to six credit hours per semester through the High School Guest Program.
Our Concurrent Enrollment Partnership Program allows high school students to take college classes and earn high school and college credit, during the regular school day, taught by high school teachers.
See the special upcoming programs that WSU is offering to your students. You may also RSVP for students at this site.
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.
Kansas Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (KACRAO)
Access phone numbers for all colleges in the state, find a certified Planning for College presenter in your area, and download the form for the KACRAO scholarship.
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