Welcome to the Higher Education Student Affairs (HESA) Graduate Weekend page. We hope this page answers your questions and gets you connected to the resources you need to join us here at Wichita State!

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HESA Grad Weekend

April 1-2, 2022 

Start your rewarding career in higher education at Wichita State! By attending the HESA Grad Weekend you will gain an understanding of the HESA curriculum, meet current students in the program, speak with faculty and interview for graduate assistantships. This years HESA Grad Weekend will be hosted in-person (subject to change based on COVID-19 protocols) and registration is required. Reqistration will open soon. 

Have questions about the HESA Grad Weekend? Email hesa.gradweekend@wichita.edu



Wichita State's Master of Education in Educational Psychology is a highly customizable program that will help you upgrade your career--or start a new one. If you have a passion for working in higher education/student affairs, the program now offers a specialized track to equip you for successful roles in a diverse range of university settings.

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Earning your M.Ed. at Wichita State begins with your admission to the graduate school. Visit their website to complete an application and learn about the resources offered.

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