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Forms and Important Information
Graduate School Forms and Information
- Application for Degree: To be completed online. Simply log in to the myWSU Portal, and click on the “My Classes” tab. On the right hand side, near the middle, you will see a channel called "Graduation Links." Click on the appropriate link in that channel to proceed.
- Degree Certificate / Degree Status Letter Request Form (pdf)
- Exception Form (pdf)
- Enrollment Codes
- Graduate Catalog
- PSIT (Professional and Scholarly Integrity Training)
- Validation Request Form (pdf)
WSU Policies and Resources
- Academic Calendar
- Barton School Diversity and Inclusive Excellence Committee
- MBA Research Guide - WSU University Libraries
- Student Code of Conduct
Financial Aid and FellowshipsLearn more
Financial Aid Resources for International StudentsLearn more
Student Health Services
Convenient and affordable on-campus health care, including treatment of acute and chronic illnesses, injuries and preventative health services. Lab services and medications are also available.Student Health Services website
Counseling and Prevention Services
Offers individuals, couples and group therapy and campus wide prevention efforts to help support student mental wellness, including: individual therapy, psychiatric consultation, group therapy, workshops / seminars, psychological and career assessments, and crisis resources.Counseling and Prevention Services website
The CARE Team provides a proactive and supportive multidisciplinary team approach to prevention, assessment and intervention for situations that may interfere with students functioning to their full potential.CARE Team website
Disability Services offers resources to ensure equal opportunities for students to attain their academic and personal goals, including: accessible classrooms, testing, note-taking assistance, auxiliary aids, escorting, book scanning, brailing and sign language interpreters.Disability Services website
Diversity and Inclusion
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) offers academic and social support for first-generation and underrepresented students, and provides dynamic programs, which range from speakers and film showings to award ceremonies, cultural festivities and LGBTQA programming — each representing a small piece of the diversity displayed on the WSU campus.Diversity and Inclusion website
Shocker Support Locker
Grace Wilkie Hall, Room 103
The Shocker Support Locker gives students, faculty and staff access to food, clothing, toiletries, and baby / family products. The Shocker Support Locker is coordinated and managed by the Student Government Association.
Testing Services offers academic make-up exams, academic exams for students registered with Disability Services, CLEP and departmental credit exams.Testing Center website
Shocker Career Accelerator
The Shocker Career Accelerator offers a wide range of career services focused on your success beyond the classroom.Shocker Career Accelerator website
Housing and Residence Life
The Flats is an upperclassmen-only apartment complex located next to the Steve Clark YMCA and Student Wellness Center. Apartments are fully furnished and come with a full kitchen, washer & dryer, and a large common space with furniture. Floor plans are available for 1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom layouts.Housing and Residence Life website
Campus Activities and Recreation
Home of Campus Activities and Recreation, the Heskett Center features a 200-meter indoor track; 25-meter swimming pool and dive well; basketball, racquetball and squash courts; climbing wall; tennis courts; fitness studios; cycle, circuit and cardio rooms; weight room and a new F45 Functional Training space for a full body interval training workout in 45 minutes.Campus Activities and Recreation website
Steve Clark YMCA
Home to both Student Health Services and Counseling and Prevention Services, this facility also offers access to basketball and volleyball courts, cardio and weight equipment, fitness classes and drop-in daycare.YMCA website
Resources for Military and Veteran Students
Military and Veterans Services
Grace Wilkie, Room 105
Military and Veterans Services provides information on education benefit programs, the application process for obtaining education benefits, and the certification process for using these benefits. This office certifies enrollment and changes in enrollment of eligible students to the VA Regional Office in St. Louis. The WSU VA Education Benefits Office acts as the liaison between students and the VA Regional Office.
Military and Veterans Student Center
Located inside Military and Veterans Services office, the student center provides support and assistance for active military, veterans and their dependents, including: computer access and free printing, help desk staffed by veterans, lounge and study area, social events and assistance with VA educational benefits.Military and Veterans Services website
Student Veterans Organization (SVO)
Focuses on the needs of the student veteran and offers opportunities for campus involvement and social eventsSVO website
Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR)
Wichita State University:
- Fully recognizes, honors and complies with the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act.
- Provides our managers and supervisors with the tools they need to effectively manage employees who serve in the guard and reserve.
- Appreciate the values, leadership and unique skills service members bring to the workforce and will encourage opportunities to hire guardsmen, reservists and veterans.
- Continually recognizes and supports our country's service members and their families in peace, in crises and in war.