New Japanese Class for spring 2016!
Japanese 224b: Travel Japanese (CRN 26042) for 3 credit hours with WSU South Campus advisors. No previous Japanese language study is required. The class will focus on conversation and navigating various situations you may face as a foreigner visiting Japan. Students need to contact the MCLL department at 978-3180 to sign up (prerequisite for that class will be waived by the department).
Scholarship applicaion process made easier
Freshmen Merit and other WSU scholarships
New! Honors College at WSU
Free Math Tutoring
For students near graduation, the Application for Degree (AFD) is offered only online. All new AFDs will be accepted through a new link in the myWSU portal under Student Resources (Graduation Links):
For help: http://www.wichita.edu/j/?1216
Other WSU news.
Other Useful Information
Rent a Book!
Four easy steps to rent a book at WSU Bookstore: a) You must be enrolled in the current semester; b) Look for textbooks in the Bookstore Textbook floor with "Rent it" stickers; c) Show your Shocker ID card and sign a rental agreement; d) Return book to Bookstore at the end of the semester.
Pick up and return Ablah and Career library materials at WSU South.
We have partnered with the WSU Ablah and Career Libraries to let our students and faculty to order library books online to be delivered to the WSU South for pick-up and return. This is reflective of our service commitments to our patrons. The system is really simple and easy to use and is analogus to our order-and-delivery system with the WSU Bookstore that is already in place. Check it out and save yourself a trip to the Main Campus! Here are the details for Ablah and Career libraries.
Time to get your financial house in order
CashCourse is a website created by the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) to provide financial literacy information to students and provide them with the skills necessary for financial well-being. Cashcourse is intended to help students manage their financial habits and to forge positive management practices in student's daily lives.Visit CashCourse at http://www.cashcourse.org/wichita
The do-it-yourself web-based CAPP (Curriculum, Advising and Program Planning) or Degree Evaluation to track progress toward graduation is available in your myWSU account. You just need to log on your myWSU and at the bottom of "my classes" tab to access it. For details, please click here. It's an easy and comprehensive way to know where you stand. But you still need to talk to your advisor for class enrollments.
Add, Drop, Late Enrollment Policies .
Please click on the following link for the WSU policies on add, drop and late enrollment policies and deadlines for this semester: click here.