Student Affairs is involved with all phases of the higher education experience. The process begins with outreach, recruitment and admissions, then follows through the entire academic and campus life experience.

Graduate assistants walking at RSC.
Student Affairs

Real-World Experience From Campus Leaders

Wichita State’s Master of Education in Educational Psychology is a highly customizable program that’ll 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.

At Wichita State, students in every major have unmatched opportunities for applied learning and research. As an M.Ed. student, this means you have the option to apply your knowledge in professional settings through a series of eight-week practicums—helping you build the practical skillset that employers are looking for. Classes are taught by faculty or University administrative staff members.


Available Positions

Cohen Honors College

With nearly 700 students, the Cohen Honors College challenges ambitious students in any major to build a better future through rigorous classes, problem solving across disciplines, independent and collaborative research, and community service. Cohen Honors College students can design their own course of study and enjoy increased student-faculty interaction due to small class sizes.

Disability Services

Disability Services

Wichita State University's Office of Disability Services provides individuals with learning, mental or physical disabilities an equal opportunity to attain their academic and personal goals to the fullest of their abilities.

Student Involvement

Student Involvement

Student Involvement is committed to students and the WSU Community by intentionally creating co-curricular experiences through student engagement and development, resulting in a vibrant campus culture that enhances their journey as a Shocker. Student Involvement is responsible for the coordination of programs and services that engage WSU students in co-curricular programs designed to enhance their overall learning experience. Student Involvement supports over 260 student organizations, 22 fraternity/sorority chapters, the Student Activities Council, the Student Government Association, Cadman Art Gallery, coordinates service-learning, sponsors civic engagement opportunities, organizes Campus Traditions and provides leadership development programs.