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Military and Veterans Affairs COVID-19 Update

Division staff are working remotely during this time period, due to health and safety concerns pertaining to COVID-19. If you have any questions, please contact Marché Fleming-Randle at marche.fleming-randle@wichita.edu or call 316-978-5932.

Wichita State's Division of Military and Veterans Affairs is dedicated to serving those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces and front line to ensure that first responders, service members, veterans and military dependents are given the most accurate and up-to-date information. Whether you're a first-time Shocker, or a seasoned veteran already taking courses, our homepage has information for everyone.

What is a chief diversity officer?

At Wichita State, the chief diversity officer (CDO) provides leadership and vision for initiatives that align with the principles and goals fo inclusive excellence at Wichita State.

Dr. Marché Fleming-Randle serves as Wichita State's chief diversity officer.

 
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McConnell Air Force Base

A new partnership between Wichita State University and McConnell Air Force Base will provide military personnel the opportunity to work toward their bachelor's degree while on base.

Programs will be offered in concentrated 8-week courses and traditional length courses.

The partnership will create a pathway that brings continuous education options right to the students, removing the boundaries of what a traditional university education looks like.

 

Support for military, veterans and first responders students

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Students, faculty and staff

Military and Veterans Affairs supports students, faculty and staff on campus through the efforts of the following programs and initiatives: Army ROTC, Wichita State at McConnell Air Force Base, and Military and Veteran Services.

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Partnering with industry

We seek to engage with local businesses and industry through applied learning, training, professional development and research initiatives that create successful students and productive members of the workforce.

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Building community ties

Through its departments, Military and Veterans Affairs is vital to ensuring Wichita State University is reflective of the community it serves and strives to promote equity and opportunity for all. Our staff, faculty and students maintain an unrelenting focus on excellence in the pursuit of public service.

 
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Student Ambassadors

The Military and Veterans Affairs Ambassadors are a dedicated group of students who represent our division.

 

Departments

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