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COVID-19 Updates from WSU

COVID-19 Status: LIMITED OPERATIONS

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Wichita State University will conduct all classes online or remotely for the summer.

For COVID-19 updates and information, go to wichita.edu/covid19news.

Wichita State COVID-19

Wichita State University’s Business Continuity Pandemic Team is meeting and communicating continuously with state and local health care agencies about COVID-19 to assure that the university is prepared.

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Shockers United: The plan to reopen Wichita State's campus

In the face of the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak, Wichita State's first priority is the health, safety and well-being of our entire Shocker community. In accordance with guidance from the State of Kansas and federal government, Wichita State University has developed a three-phase plan to safely return students, faculty and staff to our campus over the next several months.

Visit the Shockers United Website

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Help protect those who are protecting us

In response to the need among our health care workers, fire, police and EMS personnel during this difficult time, Wichita State University is serving as a central community repository for donations of personal protective equipment (PPE).

Any company or member of the community who would also like to support these professionals is encouraged to make a donation to the Wichita State initiative as the university coordinates this ongoing effort.

Learn how to contribute PPE

Shocker PPE Drive

Happening at Wichita State

Research and Innovation

With more than 30 renowned centers and institutes and state-of-the-art laboratories and research facilities, Wichita State is a national leader in industry-funded research. Our students get to do real work that impacts businesses, the economy and people's lives.

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Why Wichita State?

WSU grads working in Kansas earn more than those from other state institutions
Applied learning for every major.
Among the highest first-year employment rates for public university grads working in Kansas
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