Kansas homeschool students can be admitted with a minimum ACT composite of 21 or higher or a minimum combined SAT–I of 980 (verbal and math scores) and a 2.00 cumulative GPA in the pre-college curriculum.
Students with a qualifying GED are eligible for admission.
For GED tests from 2002-2013: Have a minimum score of 510 on each sub test and an overall score of 2550 to be admitted.
For GED tests from 2014 and on: Have a minimum score of 150 on each sub test and an overall score of 680 to be admitted.
Non-residents and students with questions about our admissions requirements are encouraged to contact our office.
Learn more about specific scholarship opportunities at wichita.edu/scholarships.
The Distinguished Scholarship Invitational (DSI) is one of the area's most prominent scholarship competitions.
Eligible students will receive an invitation with additional instructions. For more information on DSI and major-specific scholarship competitions, visit wichita.edu/dsi.
WSU invites homeschool students to earn college credit while still in high school. Students wanting to take a course must have a 3.00 homeschool cumulative GPA. Students can be considered for guest admission once they have completed their sophomore year.
Once admitted as a high school guest, students do not have to reapply or repay for academic admission. Instead, give our office a call at 316-978-3085 for the next steps.
For more information and for high school guest forms, visit wichita.edu/HSGuest.
A campus visit will give you an opportunity to see if WSU is the right university to attend to continue your academic journey. During your visit you will have the opportunity to explore our buildings, talk to current students, meet a faculty advisor and get a feel for what it's like to be a Shocker.
Schedule your visit today by visiting wichita.edu/campusvisit.
Group visits are designed for eight or more students and tailored specifically for each group. Interested parties are encouraged to contact Chad Steinkamp at email@example.com or by calling 316-978-3085.
Wichita State provides many program opportunities for students interested in learning more about WSU.
For information on admissions events, visit wichita.edu/admissionsevents.
Honors offers talented students smaller class sizes and a unique learning environment centered on the philosophy of "not more work, more significant work."
For eligibility and program requirements visit wichita.edu/honors.
Our admissions representatives are excited to work with homeschool families to help build relationships and assist students in making their college decision. Contact them with questions or to schedule an appointment to discuss the unique opportunities WSU can offer you.
Homeschool Admissions Representative