• Information Security warns of fraud job offers
  • Parking at YMCA limited to two hours, YMCA use
  • Submissions are open for Student Government Association candidacy
  • KMUW’s February Literary Feast features ‘The Survivalists’ by Kashana Cauley
  • Attend Pee for Pizza event Feb. 1
  • Elizabeth King to moderate on-campus event with Mike Pompeo
  • Join Dr. Akiiki Daisy Kabagarama for afternoon of resilience
  • Hidden Figures screening in CAC, featuring women in STEM panel
  • Indian Student Association to conduct orientation and freshers party
  • Faculty, students invited to series on transfer students
  • Shocker track and field hosts home meet at Heskett Center
  • Wednesdays in Wiedemann with Lynne Davis continues Feb. 1
  • Cadman exhibiting story of the Dockum sit-in
  • Kansas Food Bank looking for volunteers through Community Service Board
  • This week at the Food Truck Plaza
  • KMUW celebrates three years of The Range
  • 14 high school seniors chosen as finalists in Wichita State Distinguished Scholarship Invitational
  • Game day parking enforced Jan. 25
  • Morrison will be closed Jan. 27 due to maintenance
  • WSUPD offers advice for driver, pedestrian safety
  • Information Security warns of fraud job offers
  • Office of Financial Aid hosting labs for Feb. 1 scholarship application deadline
  • Monday Melodies to feature Patz at the RSC
  • Register for the upcoming Entrepreneurship Research Series
  • Indian Student Association to conduct orientation and freshers party
  • Black Excellence invites students to workshop
  • E-waste and shredding event set for Jan. 27
  • Ablah Library showcasing its services with tours
  • Serve the community through AmeriCorps
  • Ulrich spring exhibition invites community to opening celebration
  • Graduate Research and Scholarly Projects seeking submissions
  • Gender and sexuality conference seeking presenters
  • Boys and Girls Club looking for volunteers through Community Service Board
  • Wichita State-led research aims to help persons with disabilities navigate buildings
  • Parking at YMCA limited to two hours, YMCA use
  • Office of Financial Aid hosting labs for Feb. 1 scholarship application deadline
  • Student Success Tip: Take advantage of student hours
  • TRIO Disability Support Services accepting new students
  • Shockers vs. Tulane student tickets available for pickup
  • Join First-Year Programs and ODI for syllabus party
  • Registration for the Fairmount Formal is open
  • E-waste and shredding event set for Jan. 27
  • Wichita Biomedical Campus: Transforming Wichita
  • Apply for the 2023 Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol
  • Fairmount College to induct two into Hall of Fame
  • Black Excellence invites students to workshop
  • Office of Diversity and Inclusion to host spring open house
  • Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with ODI
  • Save the date for Winter Welcome at President’s Residence
  • Office of Financial Aid hosting labs for Feb. 1 scholarship application deadline
  • Community Service Board seeking volunteers for events
  • Disability Services looking for volunteer note takers
  • Mentors wanted for hands-on psychology course
  • Cadman exhibiting story of the Dockum sit-in
  • This week at the Food Truck Plaza
  • Shocker Store offering sale on back-to-school tees
  • Ablah Library showcasing its services with tours
  • WSU provides students with many resources for success
  • Student Success Tip: Make strong connections
  • CAPS’ spring 2023 group therapy starts soon
  • Shocker Night Live with Hayden Kristal postponed
  • Ulrich Museum hosts tour of the art of Woolsey Hall
  • ODI to host 15th annual MLK Commemoration
  • Compete in Shocker Sprints indoor rowing competition
  • Apply for the 2023 Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol
  • Enjoy free pizza, giveaways at basketball watch party
  • Wichita Transit to offer service to WSU West
  • WSU’s applied learning model highlighted in Fortune Magazine
  • Mentors wanted for hands-on psychology course
  • Welcome back, Shockers!
  • Sidewalk closed for construction
  • Wichita State coalition works to remove barriers to health care
  • Meet the new Strategic Communications newsletter editor
  • Barton School announces newest faculty members
  • Barton School’s Office of Career and Professional Development names executive director
  • Wichita State’s growth reflects commitment to campus, workforce needs
  • WSU is committed to free expression
  • WSU students get in free to fine arts, athletics events
  • Learn more about academic integrity
  • New operating hours for Shocker Support Locker
  • KMUW’s Literary Feast features ‘Now Is Not the Time to Panic’
  • Save the date for Winter Welcome at President’s Residence
  • Student Ambassador Society requesting nominations
  • Find your true home in Panhellenic
  • Shocker Store offering sale on back-to-school tees
  • Calling all Shockers for Wu’s Big Event
  • 2022 electronic W-2s are now available
  • Sidewalk closed for construction
  • Wichita Transit to offer service to WSU West
  • Game day parking enforced Jan. 14
  • American journalist Roland Martin to speak at Metroplex
  • Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy
  • RSC has altered hours for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • Barton School announces newest faculty members
  • Barton School’s Office of Career and Professional Development names executive director
  • Wichita State’s growth reflects commitment to campus, workforce needs
  • Enjoy free pizza, giveaways at basketball watch party
  • This week at the Food Truck Plaza
  • Gender and sexuality conference seeking presenters
  • Disability Services looking for volunteer note takers
  • WSU Regional Institute of Aging offers research funds
  • Graduation stoles and cords for military and veteran students are available
  • OneStop Student Services to extend hours in January
  • Invite your college friends to men’s basketball games for free during break
  • Photo finish: Celebrate graduation with a photo opp
  • Get your flu shot at SHS before the winter break
  • Happy holidays, Shockers
  • Invite your college friends to men’s basketball games for free during break
  • Fence for Clinton Hall construction going up soon
  • Learn how to sell your textbooks and return rentals
  • Get your textbooks delivered to your dorm room
  • Photo finish: Celebrate graduation with a photo opp
  • Attend Master of Social Work program informational session before Jan. 23
  • Game day parking enforced Dec. 13
  • Financial Operations adjusting hours Dec. 13
  • FirePoint invites participants for C3 SPARC Challenge
  • Graduate School adjusts hours for Dec. 16
  • Get your flu shot at SHS before the winter break
  • Get ready for this spring’s Shocker New Venture competition
  • Financial Operations adjusting hours Dec. 13
  • Office of Financial Aid will be temporarily closed Dec. 9
  • Apply for the 2023 Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol
  • FirePoint invites participants for C3 SPARC Challenge
  • Save the date for Winter Welcome at President’s Residence
  • WSU alumna is guest presenter at December’s Science Cafe Wichita
  • Game day parking enforced Dec. 10
  • Invite your college friends to men’s basketball games for free during break
  • Learn how to sell your textbooks and return rentals
  • Get your textbooks delivered to your dorm room
  • GTA training is Jan. 10
  • Shocker Support Locker closed during winter break
  • Preventing Suicide Training for members of the arts community