TRIO & Special Programs

  1. Collegiate

  2. Pre-collegiate

Academic Services

  • Academic Advising
  • Chemistry TA Office Hours
  • GEEKS 978-3420
    102/103 Geology Building
    Free Tutoring program for College of Engineering Students
  • Math Lab 978-4628
    371 Jabara Hall
  • Registrar's Office
    978-3055
    102/117 Jardine Hall
    Registration, drop/adds, name and address changes, transfer course evaluation, diploma ordering and distribution, WSU transcripts, academic record maintenance.
  • Speech Lab
    978-3173
    601 Lindquist Hall
  • Supplemental Instruction
    978-3847
    115 Hubbard Hall
    Informal study sessions led by a successful peer student.
  • Tutoring
    978-3209
    115 Neff Hall
    Match students with tutoring and help students become tutors. Information regarding
    additional subject-specific tutoring services (including Accounting, Chemistry, Economics
    and Physics) can be found at wichita.edu/subjspectutoring.
  • University Libraries
    Ablah Library 978-3481 Ablah Library
    Chemistry Library 978-3764 127 McKinley Hall
    Music Library 978-3029 312/313 Jardine Hall
  • Writing Center
    978-3173
    601 Lindquist Hall

Campus Information

Campus Resources

  • Adult Education
    978-8325
    151 Grace Wilkie Annex
    Whether you are finishing a degree, changing your course to another option or
    beginning a new path, the Adult Education office is there to help every step of the way.
  • Campus Ministries
    978-3498
    204 Rhatigan Student Center
  • Care Team (UBIT)
    The Care Team provides a proactive and supportive multidisciplinary team approach to
    prevention, assessment and intervention for situations that may interfere with students
    or employees functioning to their full potential. If you would like assistance for yourself
    of someone else in the University, please go to the “Submit a Concern” link on our website.
  • Career Development Center
    978-3688
    Brennan Hall III - 1st Floor | RSC Office - Room 205
    The go-to resource for anyone looking to build a bright future. From help discovering and
    landing your dream job to virtually limitless cooperative education and internship
    opportunities, the Career Development Center offers a wide range of career resources
    focused on your success beyond the classroom. In addition, the Career Development
    Center serves employers, connecting them with a deep pool of Shocker talent.
  • Counseling and Testing Center
    978-3440
    Grace Wilkie Hall - Room 320
    Provides psychological services for personal, learning and mental health issues.
    Academic testing services include credit by exam and departmental exams.
  • Disability Services
    978-3309 (TDD/TDY)
    203 Grace Wilkie Hall
    Provides support services for students who experience disabilities. Services may
    include: class notes, library assistance, testing accommodations, assistance in the
    typing of papers, brailing of notes and recorded textbooks.
  • Equal Employment Opportunity
    978-3187
    Human Resources Building
    WSU’s Office of Equal Opportunity analyzes the WSU workforce to evalute whether
    we are employing women and people of color at the expected rates.
  • Housing & Residence Life
    978-3693
    Shocker Hall
    Wichita State University Housing and Residence Life manages Shocker Hall and
    The Flats.
  • Military and Veteran Student Center
    978-3856
    105 Grace Wilkie Hall
    Provides a lounge space for students with military experience as well as their dependents. Computers and free printing are available.
  • Office of Diversity & Inclusion
    978-3034
    208 Rhatigan Student Center
    Strives to create and sustain an all-inclusive multicultural campus community through
    year-round educational, cultural, social and outreach programs.
  • Office of Student Success
    978-3209
    115 Neff Hall
    Supports students — especially those new to Wichita State University — by helping
    them adjust to life on campus. Free services include: tutoring, study tips and test taking
    skills.
  • OneStop
    978-3909
    112 Jardine Hall
    Assists students with admissions, financial aid, advising, student accounts and
    registration.
  • Post Office
    978-3550
    1st floor Morrison Hall
  • Rhatigan Student Center (RSC)
    978-4636 — Information Center
    Dining facilities; the University Bookstore; recreation area; hair salon; meeting rooms;
    Shocker Square; and a variety of programs and events.
  • Shocker Card Center/Student ID
    978-2273
    105 Rhatigan Student Center
  • Shocker Food Locker
    RSC 219 Tuesday & Thursday 1pm-5pm
  • Student Conduct and Community Standards
    978-6681
    170 Grace Wilkie Annex
    The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards promotes student learning
    and development and a campus culture of respect and responsibility.
  • Student Health
    978-3620
    209 Ahlberg hall
    Student Health Services offers convenient and affordable oncampus health care for WSU students.
  • University Police Department
    978-3450 (TDD/TDY)
    East of Grace Wilkie Hall
    Provides assistance with jumping batteries and retrieving keys locked in vehicles. Escorts
    students to vehicles, residence halls and classes after dark on request. Maintains lost and
    found and security for the campus.

Involvement Opportunities

  • Campus Recreation
    978-3082
    Heskett Center
    Intramural sports programs, exercise equipment, sports clubs and the independent varsity
    sport of crew.
  • Student Activities Council
    978-3022
    216 Rhatigan Student Center
    The largest student-run event planning organization at WSU, sponsoring more than 150
    events annually. Membership is open to all students.
  • Student Government Association
    978-3480
    219 Rhatigan Student Center
    An elected body of students which enables students to voice their opinions about campus
    issues, academic concerns, tuition costs and student/faculty disputes. In addition, SGA
    allocates student fees for the operation of many campus services, student organizations
    and activities.
  • Shocker Sports Grill and Lanes
    978-3479
    Lower Level, Rhatigan Student Center
    Features bowling, billiards, darts and video games. Soft drinks, snacks and beer are also available.
  • Student Involvement
    978-3022
    216 Rhatigan Student Center
    Home to a variety of programs and services such as Greek life, student organization
    advising and support, leadership development programs and community service and civic
    engagement opportunities.

Financial Responsibilities

  • Accounts Receivable
    978-3333
    201 Jardine Hall
    Accounts Receivable Office is responsible for the collection and deposits of fines, payment
    plans, emergency loans, housing payments and tuition refund checks.
  • Office of Financial Aid
    978-3430
    203 Jardine Hall
    Assists students in obtaining an affordable education through scholarships, grants, loans
    and work opportunities.
  • Office for Student Money Management (OSMM)
    978-3254
    115 Neff Hall
    Coaching on making and keeping a budget, managing debt and other personal finance management issues.
  • Veterans Services
    105 Grace Wilkie Hall
    Assists Veterans and their dependents in applying for education benefits. In addition,
    Veteran Services provides assistance and benefit certification for students using GI Bill
    Education Benefits.

Tech Resources