• Get a COVID vaccination, booster at WSU mobile clinics
  • Required student training: Sexual assault prevention
  • AAC Career Fair brings together schools, students and employers from across the country
  • WSU takes a win at Riverfest Parade
  • Shocker Career Accelerator matches students with work opportunities
  • Show your Shocker Pride at Wichita State Homecoming 2021
  • Cadman inauguration exhibit features President Muma
  • F1RST-Gen Friday: Teri Hall
  • North roads on main campus closing temporarily Oct. 23
  • Student Involvement updating office hours
  • Get a low-cost flu shot at SHS
  • Arab Student Association hosts clothing drive to benefit refugee community
  • Fill out your FAFSA with the Office of Financial Aid
  • Withdraw deadline approaching: What to ask your instructors
  • Apply for FHCP healthcare scholarship
  • Madrigal Dinners return Dec. 3
  • Economist Anonymous hosting Brady Ashton
  • Celebrate Dyslexia Awareness Month with the Office of Disability Services
  • Green Group hosting thrifted costume competition
  • Pizza with the President scheduled for Oct. 27
  • National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
  • Fairmount College induction ceremony included three honorees
  • Office of Diversity and Inclusion presents Gordon Parks Double Feature Gala
  • Webinar explores strategies for reducing online search bias
  • Register for inaugural Analytics Showcase
  • Symphony concert features renowned faculty artist
  • CAPs seeking Stories for Hope submissions
  • Participants requested for hearing research
  • Volunteers requested for Academic Integrity, Student Conduct hearing board
  • Become a transition mentor
  • Try a Gua Sha massage for sinus relief
  • Boosters added to COVID-19 vaccine options at WSU
  • Reminder: Complete Title IX sexual harassment training
  • Perspectives series returns examining legacies of racism in American culture
  • SGA hosts free flu shot clinic
  • Student Health Services emailing survey to students
  • North roads on main campus closing temporarily Oct. 23
  • Prevent vehicle break-ins
  • Win prizes in Shocker 360 kickoff competition
  • Withdraw deadline approaching: What to ask your instructors
  • Develop a plan for graduation
  • Everyone needs a little help
  • Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program to be overhauled for federal student loans
  • National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
  • Fairmount College induction ceremony included three honorees
  • Office of Diversity and Inclusion presents Gordon Parks Double Feature Gala
  • Webinar explores strategies for reducing online search bias
  • Join Live Well with Diabetes Day of Discovery 2021
  • Apply to pitch at Mid-West Air Force Collider
  • Shocker Community invited to HPSeries-Mental Health and Human Performance
  • WSU Shocker Strengths presents: Dual of the Dye
  • Shocker community invited to converse in Spanish
  • Time to play Big Pink Volleyball
  • CAPs seeking Stories for Hope submissions
  • Volunteers needed at the Lord’s Diner
  • Become a transition mentor
  • Try a pizza at Shocker Sports Grill and Lanes
  • Try Coke Zero Sugar at Sampling Tour Thursday
  • Shop for class rings, graduation announcements at Ring Days
  • Required student training: Sexual assault prevention
  • Spirit AeroSystems, Wichita State announce National Defense Prototype Center
  • Student Involvement updating office hours
  • Prevent vehicle break-ins
  • Poetry reading features WSU professor Sam Taylor
  • Shocker Community invited to HPSeries-Mental Health and Human Performance
  • Physics Seminar to feature Dr. Tapio Schneider
  • American Chemical Society Student Chapter at WSU hosting meeting
  • Great Plains Diabetes hosts Live Well with Diabetes Free event
  • Stretch out Fright Night with glow yoga
  • Sigma Lambda Beta hosting annual Chasqui Manos Andinas sale
  • James Schwartz Speaker Series to feature Tom Gentile
  • Math lecture features WSU’s Dr. Robert Fraser
  • Donate blood at Wichita State Haysville Blood Drive
  • Free spring roll for Treat Tuesday at the RSC
  • Boosters added to COVID-19 vaccine options at WSU
  • Wichita State invites community to inauguration of Richard Muma
  • Required student training: Sexual assault prevention
  • Wichita State’s School of Nursing names new chair and associate dean of nursing practice
  • Get a low-cost flu shot at SHS
  • Prevent vehicle break-ins
  • F1RST-Gen Friday: Becca Johnson
  • Play behavioral economic games, earn cash
  • Get motivated with your success coach
  • American Chemical Society Student Chapter at WSU hosting meeting
  • Take a gamble at Casino Night
  • Time to play Big Pink Volleyball
  • Sigma Lambda Beta hosting annual Chasqui Manos Andinas sale
  • James Schwartz Speaker Series to feature Tom Gentile
  • Dental Hygiene hosting information session today
  • Learn to row with Shocker Rowing
  • WSU RIA sponsoring panel, workshop
  • Alumni to speak about 50 years of international work today
  • First-Generation Student Organization meeting
  • Updates scheduled for employee dashboard
  • Cheer Shocker Bowling at Mid States tournament
  • WSU Opera Theater to present early Mozart opera
  • Volunteers needed for Meals on Wheels
  • Save on volleyballs, basketballs today at Shocker Store
  • President Muma hosting town hall with Fairmount College students
  • Reminder: Complete Title IX sexual harassment training
  • Second Innovation Works competition registration extended
  • Play behavioral economic games, earn cash
  • Updates scheduled for employee dashboard
  • Check your degree progress
  • TRIO Student Support Services accepting applications
  • Navy celebrates 246th birthday today
  • James Schwartz Speaker Series to feature Tom Gentile
  • Dental hygiene hosting information session
  • Connect with a counselor at ODI
  • Burdsal memorial planned for Oct. 15
  • Add fright to your night with Campus Recreation
  • Canceled: Wednesdays in Wiedemann
  • Register for inaugural Analytics Showcase
  • First-Generation Student Organization meeting
  • Donate blood at Wichita State Haysville Blood Drive
  • Volunteers requested for fall 2021 commencement
  • Volunteers needed for Meals on Wheels
  • United Way’s GIV program seeks volunteers
  • Barton School Honor Organization receives international recognition
  • Ulrich billboard project recognized by Arts Council
  • Cocoa Dolce Shockolates available at Shocker Store
  • Check out the Wednesday pool special at Shocker Grill
  • Boosters added to COVID-19 vaccine options at WSU
  • Required student training: Sexual assault prevention
  • Join Tri-Alpha, the First-Generation Honor Society
  • Arab Student Association hosts clothing drive to benefit refugee community
  • Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program to be overhauled for federal student loans
  • FHCP Spooktacular set for Oct. 27
  • Physics Seminar to feature WSU’s Dr. Terrance Figy
  • Pee for Pizza scheduled for Oct. 21
  • Learn to apply research habits to everyday life
  • Nevada researcher will present at Chemistry Colloquium
  • WSU Tech Foundation to host Pull a Plane
  • Register for inaugural Analytics Showcase
  • WuChoir and ShockerChoir concert rescheduled for Oct.14
  • Volunteers needed at the Lord’s Diner
  • Shocker Store pink merchandise benefits Victory in the Valley
  • Shocker pumpkin carving kit available at Shocker Store
  • Save 30% on college tees at Shocker Store
  • Free COVID-19 vaccine clinics available at SHS
  • Reminder: COVID vaccine financial incentive requirements
  • Required student training: Sexual assault prevention
  • Mikrokosmos 68 seeks creative writing submissions
  • Register for Shock This Space Accessibility Story Challenge
  • F1RST-Gen Friday: Alicia Martinez Newell
  • Join Tri-Alpha, the First-Generation Honor Society
  • Business student recognized by Wichita Business Journal
  • RSC hours change for fall break
  • Is there a speaker you’d like to hear talk at WSU?
  • Win prizes in Shocker 360 kickoff competition
  • TRIO Student Support Services accepting applications
  • Need help in classes?
  • Cyberscience expert from Naval Academy to speak at WSU
  • Learn to apply research habits to everyday life
  • Nevada researcher will present at Chemistry Colloquium
  • Get a master of social work degree
  • Join monthly grad-student social today
  • Register for Sustainability and Technology Design Challenge
  • Register for inaugural Analytics Showcase
  • First-Generation Student Organization Meeting
  • Free poker at Shocker Grill
  • Mortar Board accepting applications
  • Engineering Council student representatives election
  • Donate food to pay for parking fines
  • Arab Student Association hosts clothing drive to benefit refugee community
  • Center for Real Estate releases 2022 housing forecast
  • High-tech simulation manikins revolutionize audiology education
  • Is there a speaker you’d like to hear talk at WSU?
  • Nursing Guaranteed Placement Program replaces early admission
  • TRIO Student Support Services accepting applications
  • Feel like you are always running out of time?
  • Apply for African American Faculty and Staff Association Scholarship
  • Grow houseplants with WSU Green Group
  • Burdsal memorial planned for Oct. 15
  • Public service awards honors two local women
  • Learn more about study abroad programs at WSU
  • WSU Tech Foundation to host Pull a Plane
  • Math lecture focuses on Monge-Ampère Eigenvalue problem
  • Pee for Pizza scheduled for today
  • Join the Global Village Assembly
  • Physics Seminar to feature professor from Poland
  • Choir concerts return to campus
  • Free poker at Shocker Grill
  • Doctoral student seeks participants for hearing research
  • Pumpkin Run volunteers needed
  • Volunteers needed at the Lord’s Diner
  • Join the WSU Chess Club
  • Business professor shares expertise on credit card rates
  • Engineering Council student representatives election
  • Wichita State invites community to inauguration of Richard Muma
  • WSU partnership will expand COVID vaccinations in underrepresented communities
  • MRO funding will give WSU, WSU Tech students more applied learning opportunities
  • Don’t miss out on last week of Glide Fit
  • Study Abroad Spotlight: Julian Pollet
  • WSU 2021 annual Security and Fire Safety Report
  • Access Now shifts to an opt-out model
  • Join Society of Women Engineers brainstorming, information session
  • Get a master of social work degree
  • Global Village Assembly to discuss Ethnic Studies
  • Host a car at Trunk or Treat
  • Register for Pumpkin Run before Oct. 5, save $5
  • Flint Hills artists speaking at Ulrich Oct. 5
  • Donate to Toys-For-Tots at Campus Credit Union
  • Contractors painting campus crosswalk Oct. 4-7
  • Apply for FHCP healthcare scholarship
  • Spring 2022 enrollment: Are you ready?
  • WSU participating in Workforce Recruitment Program
  • Funding opportunity for WSU female entrepreneurs
  • Graduating students: Bundle regalia items at Shocker Store
  • Save 30% on college tees at Shocker Store
  • Purchase $12 long-sleeve tees at Shocker Store
  • Get free a free pop drink for Treat Tuesday at the RSC
  • $12 long sleeve tees at Shocker Store
  • Reminder: COVID vaccine financial incentive requirements
  • Wichita State, WSU Tech announce fall enrollment numbers
  • Wichita State invites community to inauguration of Richard Muma
  • Wichita State Cherokee class helps students broaden their worldview
  • F1RST-Gen Friday: Aaron L. Austin, Ed.D.
  • WSU 2021 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
  • University Libraries offers students a variety of services
  • 2022-2023 FAFSA available Oct. 1
  • WSU participating in Workforce Recruitment Program
  • TRIO DSS accepting student applications for 2021-22
  • Applications for First-Year Research Experience in STEM due Oct. 1
  • Flint Hills artists speaking at Ulrich Oct. 5
  • Second Innovation Works competition registration open
  • Kick off Queer History Month with screening of ‘Paris is Burning’ today
  • Donate to Toys-For-Tots at Campus Credit Union
  • Join Wednesdays in Wiedemann with Lynne Davis Oct. 13
  • Join Neighborhood Walk for Good Neighbor Week
  • Memorial ’70 remembrance ceremony set for Oct. 2
  • Library webinar dives into data discovery
  • Form a Homecoming Spirit Competition team
  • ‘Economics Bites on the Go’ features Dr. Brock Stoddard today
  • Volunteers requested for United Way GIV Warehouse
  • Volunteers requested for Meals on Wheels
  • Volleyball returns to Koch Arena
  • Shocker Store pink merchandise benefits Victory in the Valley
  • Save on Under Armour merchandise at Shocker Store today
  • Bowl for $1.50 on Fridays
  • Free access to F45 Challenge app available