Student Conduct and Community Standards
SCCS is remaining open during this time, however all of our staff are working remotely. SCCS will respond to requests within 1 business day. The quickest way to reach our staff will be to email us at SCCS@wichita.edu.
To file a report of misconduct involving the Student Code of Conduct, Housing and Residence Life Handbook, Academic Integrity, Discrimination, Title IX, etc., or to submit a corncern to the Care Team or the Student Advocate, please click the "FILE A REPORT" button below.
Additionally, if you are wanting to file an appeal regarding a conduct or academic integrity case outcome, please click the "CONDUCT APPEAL" or "ACADEMIC INTEGRITY APPEAL" buttons below.
If you are unsure if the behavior is a violation or how to categorize it, please fee free to contact the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards at (316) 978-6681 to discuss the best options.
Wichita State University Police Department
Public safety is one of the primary goals of the Wichita State University Police Department. Effective partnerships between university police and all community members help reduce the opportunities for crime to occur. We believe all community members have the responsibility to promptly report suspected criminal behavior and safety concerns.
The Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance is committed to preventing and eliminating discrimination or harassment based on race color, national origin, pregnancy, sex age, disability, creed, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, political affiliation or political philosophy.
The Student Advocate is an executive, non-partisan member of the Student Government Association at WSU. The Student Advocate is available to assist students with problems that haven't been resolved by other offices on campus.
WSU students, faculty, staff and visitors wishing to park on campus during the enforcement period must register online with the Shocker Parking Management System to park legally
University Counseling and Prevention Services
Counseling & Prevention Services provides a range of services designed to help students, faculty and staff succeed in their academic work and personal lives.
Wichita State cares about the health and safety of all members of our campus community. The purpose of the University's Care Team is to apply a multidisciplinary approach to preventing individuals from harming themselves or others, and generally to assist persons in need. These persons include members of the university community as well as community members who may pose a threat and or disruption to our campus community.
A member of Student Government Association who is available to assist students.
Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center
355 N. Waco, suite 100, Wichita, KS 67202
Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center offers a 24-hour a day crisis line. The center additionally provides support and information to people who have been victimized by sexual assault at any time in their lives, as an adult or a child. The center will provide a support staff to meet and stay at the hospital with a victim of sexual assault. The staff member will explain the process of what to expect next and answer any questions. They also provide emotional support through ongoing counseling and support groups and may provide legal services and court advocacy if needed, free and confidentially. All services provided by the Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center are available for males as well as females regardless of sexual orientation.
Wichita Family Crisis Center
Office: (316) 263-7501
24-Hour Crisis Line: (316) 267- SAFE / (316) 267-7233
The YWCA shelter houses hundreds of women and children. The YWCA provides safe/confidential housing, basic needs, advocacy, crisis and supportive counseling, domestic violence education, parenting, support groups, agency referrals, and a children's program.
Comcare of Sedgwick County
Tel: (316) 660-7600
TTY: (316) 267-0267
24 Hour Crisis Line (316) 660-7500
635 N. Main, Wichita, KS 67203
COMCARE provides a wide array of mental health and substance abuse services to residents of Sedgwick County. COMCARE is the largest of the 27 Community Mental Health Centers in the State of Kansas and is committed to helping individuals served lead more productive lives.