Wichita's metropolitan area is growing, and Wichita State has grown along with it. In addition to our 330-acre main campus, we have a number of satellite locations that take our classes and educators into the community.
WSU South is temporarily co-located with WSU Tech at 4501 E. 47th St, Wichita, 67210 for the spring 2018 semester. WSU South hosts general education classes and professional programs. WSU South will begin hosting select classes at the Shocker Studios at the Harry Street Mall for the summer 2018 semester, it will resume full operation at that location when the renovation there is complete by fall 2018.
Wichita State University's 24,000-square-foot WSU West, located at 3801 Walker Ave. in west Wichita features 13 classrooms that range in capacity of 35-70 students, a computer lab, general science lab, interactive distance learning classroom, lounge and administrative support space.
WSU Old Town
WSU Old Town is a complex of facilities and services located in the popular downtown Wichita entertainment district. The complex comprises office space in three buildings located at 121 N. Mead, and buildings at 213 N. Mead and 238 N. Mead.
WSU Haysville is slated to begin its operations in July, 2018 in Haysville at 150 Steward Avenue, Haysville, KS 67060. It will partner with WSU Tech to provide general education and technical classes to serve students south of Wichita. Classes will start for the fall 2018 semester.
Eugene M. Hughes Metropolitan Complex
Acquired in 1997, the 73,313-square-foot Hughes Metropolitan Complex features the 1,750-seat Roger Lowe Auditorium, the 145-seat Frederick Sudermann Commons and the Richard Welsbacher Experimental Theater. The complex also has a gymnasium, an 80-seat meeting room and several classrooms. The facility houses the Division of Continuing Education, which offers noncredit courses to the community.