Lupe Torres

Wichita State places a high priority on applied learning for its students. Lupe Torres shares what helped her to gain employment while completing her business degree.

Wichita State sign at 21st and Oliver.

If you want to see the beauty of Wichita State's growing campus from your phone or computer, look no further than the virtual tour. It features more than 20 stops and 360-degree panoramic views of the most picturesque sites.

Krissy Archambeau, Director of Operations & Processing for the Office of Admissions, assists a prospective student during the Oct. 20, 2023 Black & Yellow Day. 

If you have heard things like "admission" and "transcript" and have trouble keeping track of what they mean, don't worry - you are not the only one. Here is a list of common terms to help keep things organized.

Wichita State staff in Ablah Library during the winter.

Shorter days and less daylight during winter months can lead to a type of depression called Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Having healthy habits during this time can help alleviate symptoms.

Anna Dixon and Savana Larrison decorate the Wichita State Admissions Christmas tree.

Shocker Nation offers merch for just about anyone, even furry, four-legged friends. Here are a few favorites for the most dedicated Wichita State fans.

Trang Tieu and Amanda Duffy of Wichita State's Office of Financial Aid assist students.

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) may look different from previous years and Wichita State's Office of Financial Aid is here to help! These are some of the key changes students and parents/guardians should be aware of.

Vivian Le, center, is a graduate of Wichita State's Pre-Med program.

Knowing that you want to be a physician is the first step, but there is a long road to the finish line. From a graduate of Wichita State's Pre-Med program, here are ways to set yourself up for success during your time as an undergrad.

Parents and their student at W-S-YOU 2023.

Finding the right college and the subsequent process of getting everything in motion can be a lot for both students and parents/guardians. It is a big help for students when parents are engaged and offer guidance.

Kylie Johnson, OneStop associate director, assists a student with applying to Wichita State.

There are a large amount of dates incoming college students need to know in order to be prepared for scholarships, financial aid, and housing. We have a handy list of the most important deadlines to be aware of before freshman year hits.

Applying to Wichita State.

Fall is the time for back-to-school, high school football and, more importantly, deadlines for college. These tools can help keep track of important scholarship details.