• Update to student COVID testing options
  • Helpful information for Preventing Harassment and Discrimination Training due March 18
  • Ulrich Museum of Art’s exhibition celebration moved to Feb. 25
  • Join SAC for dance class
  • Test your indoor rowing skills at Shocker Sprints 2022
  • ODS, MRC offering National Braille Literacy Awareness Month table at RSC today
  • ODI hosting virtual fourteenth annual MLK Commemoration tomorrow
  • Wednesdays in Wiedemann returns Feb. 2
  • Join Black Excellence Listening Sessions Jan. 25, 26
  • First-Year Programs in Student Success hosting syllabus party tomorrow
  • Join the 2022 Diverse Women’s Summit March 7
  • Japanese culture course now offered at WSU for spring 2022
  • Designs requested for Deloitte Smart Factory design Contest
  • View parking availability for upcoming basketball games
  • Student Involvement rebranded as Student Engagement, Advocacy & Leadership
  • Wallace Hall freight elevator temporarily out of service
  • Take a survey and win a $20 gift card
  • Visit Community Service Board for February volunteer events
  • Volunteers requested for WU Crew Reads
  • Spring 2022 COVID-19 reminders
  • Join Round 1 of Idea Fight Club Feb. 4
  • Abstracts requested for 2022 Gender and Sexuality in Kansas conference
  • Join Black Excellence Listening Sessions Jan. 25, 26
  • First-Year Programs in Student Success hosting Syllabus Party
  • Abstracts, proposals requested for 2022 Diverse Women’s Summit
  • WSU professor wins Alfred P. Sloan Foundation grant for work to assist the visually impaired
  • Let Student Success help you make campus connections
  • SGA offering scholarships for spring semester, summer session
  • F1RST-Gen Friday: Dan Close
  • View Perspective videos on Fairmount College YouTube channel
  • Japanese culture course now offered at WSU for spring 2022
  • Volunteers requested for WU Crew Reads
  • Welcome back, Shockers
  • Spring 2022 COVID-19 reminders
  • SHS requesting students to help with COVID testing
  • Office of Engagement seeking student assistant
  • McKinley Hall elevator temporarily out of service
  • SHS requesting students to help with COVID testing
  • MDL continues to process COVID tests; specimen collection is temporarily suspended
  • Celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Need a ride to Shocker Basketball home games?
  • SGA offering scholarships for Scholarship spring semester, summer session
  • Heskett Center closing temporarily for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • SHS closing temporarily for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • McKinley Hall elevator temporarily out of service
  • MDL continues to process COVID tests; specimen collection is temporarily suspended
  • New deadline and helpful information for Preventing Harassment and Discrimination Training
  • Celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Discover new spaces, technology at University Libraries
  • Pee for Pizza is back Jan. 20
  • Need a ride to Shocker Basketball home games?
  • Elementary Japanese hi-flex course available for spring 2022
  • Kappa Delta Chi sorority accepting applications
  • W-2 information available online
  • WSU chosen to participate in ePortfolio program
  • College of Applied Studies appoints assistant dean for diversity and outreach
  • John A. See Innovation Award application deadline extended to Jan. 15
  • Office of Engagement seeking student assistant
  • Updated student COVID-19 safety reminders
  • Student Involvement rebranded as Student Engagement Advocacy and Leadership
  • New deadline and helpful information for Preventing Harassment and Discrimination Training
  • Elementary Japanese hi-flex course available for spring 2022
  • John A. See Innovation Award application deadline extended to Jan. 15
  • Volunteers requested for annual Point-In-Time Homeless Count
  • Updated student COVID-19 safety reminders
  • New deadline and helpful information for Preventing Harassment and Discrimination Training
  • Free workshops for Shocker Neighborhood businesses
  • Connect with Women in Public Service
  • President Muma congratulates graduates
  • Wichita State University to pause employee vaccine mandate following federal injunction
  • All faculty and staff required to complete Preventing Harassment and Discrimination Training
  • Save the Date: Diverse Women’s Summit March 7
  • RSC Shocker Store hosting Wu’s Winter Wonderland Photos Dec.11
  • Shocker Support Locker closing temporarily for holidays
  • Meet a Shocker: Fall 2021 Graduates
  • F1RST-Gen Friday: Jaci Ignudo
  • ODI closing temporarily Dec.10
  • Henrion Hall renovations improve sculpture and foundry areas for art students
  • Volunteers requested for Habitat for Humanity All-Campus Build
  • Class of 2021, tell us your plans
  • Remove personal files, data from classroom computers before Dec. 14
  • Need a ride to Shocker Basketball home games?
  • Take 20% off your total purchase tomorrow at Shocker Store
  • $7 color wall tees at the Shocker Store
  • Wichita State University to pause employee vaccine mandate following federal injunction
  • Happy Holidays, Shocker Nation!
  • Apply for 2022 Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol
  • Shockers invited to de-stress at Ablah Library
  • Join KMUW’s Literary Feast to discuss ‘The Lincoln Highway’ by Amor Towles
  • Earn a $25 QuikTrip gift card or $25 Shocker Dollars
  • Refill prescriptions at SHS by Dec. 16
  • WSU South offering Spanish for the Professions for spring 2022
  • Wichita State launches university-wide Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Plan
  • ODI closing temporarily Dec.10
  • Meet a Shocker: Misty Weiss
  • WSU announces new esports director
  • College of Health Professions begins expansion of robotic-based clinical simulation technology
  • Wichita State’s impact on arts and culture extends throughout Kansas
  • Applied learning abounds within Wichita State’s digital twin program
  • Bloomberg Finance Lab to provide powerful, real-time analytics to WSU’s Barton School
  • Volunteers requested for Habitat for Humanity All-Campus Build
  • Doctoral student requesting participants for hearing research
  • Jessica Provines quoted in Chronicle of Higher Education article
  • Executive order update: Vaccine records and exemption request drop box now available to employees
  • Earn a $25 QuikTrip gift card or $25 Shocker Dollars
  • Shockers invited to de-stress at Ablah Library
  • Get the gift of business know-how with small business webinars
  • Apply now to the Master of Social Work program; open to all majors
  • Pearl Harbor Day commemorated 80 years after attack
  • Textbook buyback starts today
  • University closed? OneStop can still answer your questions
  • Perspectives series examines ‘Labor Economies in the Forces of Insurrection’
  • Low-cost flu shots available at SHS