Helping you continue your education is important to us. Explore some of the many resources Wichita State can offer to adult learners.
OneStop offers Shockers a go-to resource for fast, accurate answers and student-focused support for virtually all their WSU-related needs.
Whether you have questions about your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or need help navigating the Financial Aid process, the Office of Financial Aid is able to answer all questions related to funding your WSU education.
As an adult learner, you may be eligible for certain general, departmental, academic college or outside awards.
Reactivate Your File
If you are a former WSU student looking to start taking classes again, there's no need to reapply for admission! Simply reactivate your file with the Registrar's Office.
Office of Online Learning
Whether you're seeking a graduate degree or returning to school, Wichita State University's online course options can help you meet your educational goals.
Adult Learner Enrollment Checklist
Complete these steps to get admitted, enrolled and beyond.
Our academic advisors are trained with your educational goals in mind.
WSU's satellite campuses make classes available in your neck of the woods. The West and South campuses offer tuition and fee payment, textbook pickup, library book delivery and return, and other services by appointment.
Already have a bachelor's degree and want to continue your education with a master's? The Graduate School can help.
Child Development Center
Our on-campus childcare facility offers expert care and education to children (ages six weeks to six years) of students, alumni, faculty and staff.
These classes, geared toward adult learners and returning adults, will help you lay a solid academic foundation. Available in seminar, workshop or semester format.
Full-time staff members are on hand to provide guidance in career exploration, career development and job search.
Cooperative Education and Work-Based Learning
Looking to earn college credit for a job you already have? Want to find a job in your academic interest area? Cooperative Education and Work-Based Learning will help set you up with a "co-op" or internship.