• Welcome back from Dr. Muma
  • Student guide updated for fall 2021 semester
  • SHS expands vaccine availability
  • Shockers unite to fight COVID-19
  • Navigate through campus with interactive map
  • Take care of your mental health
  • Want to know where to park?
  • Thank you for celebrating our 125th anniversary
  • Are you a first-gen student?
  • Fall 2021 sports registration now open
  • Shocker Fit fall 2021 schedule
  • Free first Friday dental screenings SHS
  • Online Writing Lab begins Aug.16
  • Join a WSU ensemble
  • Make campus connections with WSU Student Success
  • Join the Shocker Rowing crew
  • LinkedIn Learning August Challenge
  • Paint U Dance Party planned for Aug. 19
  • Food Truck Plaza this week
  • Photo booth available for first day of fall 2021 classes
  • Mini-Wellness Fair Sept. 1
  • Fall 2021 Physics Seminars begin Aug. 18
  • Join fall 2021 Welcomefest events
  • Clash of the Colleges registration closing Aug. 18
  • Campus Recreation hosting Esports open house
  • Four paid marketing student jobs open in Strategic Communications
  • Shocker Support Locker hiring
  • Join student government today
  • Japanese film class now available for fall 2021
  • New sustainability and innovation course added
  • New parking lot signs designed to help drivers
  • Save the date: Presidential inauguration set for Oct. 29
  • Student guide updated for fall 2021 semester
  • Shockers unite to fight COVID-19
  • Online Writing Lab begins Aug.16
  • SHS partnering with WASAC
  • Ulrich exhibitions featuring environmental focus begin Aug. 19
  • Chaat House now open at RSC
  • Join a WSU ensemble
  • Wichita State moving forward on several construction projects
  • New look for Blackboard Support
  • Join fall 2021 Welcomefest events
  • Japanese film class now available for fall 2021
  • Search volunteer opportunities with volunteerICT
  • Ulrich Museum hiring student guards, event staff
  • Student guide updated for fall 2021 semester
  • Tuesday Talks: Camille explains COVID-19 vaccines
  • Shockers unite to fight COVID-19
  • McNair Scholars closing symposium available to watch
  • Webpage helps students navigate course designs
  • Clash of the Colleges registration closing Aug. 18
  • Suspenders4Hope run and walk Sept. 11
  • New food truck joins WSU’s lineup today
  • Involvement Fair 2021 registration available
  • President Muma leads freedom of expression panel
  • Mullis appointed WSU Army ROTC department chair
  • WSU researcher advocates for a community approach to stop bullying
  • New sustainability and innovation course added
  • Philosophy of Sex and Love course available
  • Graduate student council nominations
  • Office of Adult Learning hiring graduate assistant
  • Back-to-school sale at Shocker Store
  • Save with Shocker Store Access Now program
  • Ancient city of Etzanoa serves as learning environment for WSU students
  • New look for Blackboard Support
  • Join the Shocker Rowing crew
  • Institute by LeaderShape accepting program applications
  • Physical copies of ‘Broke’ available at University Libraries
  • Shocker 360 app tracks beyond-the-classroom experiences
  • Become an education advocate
  • Visit Monday Markets today
  • Annual EcoFest Wichita Sept.19
  • President Muma leads freedom of expression panel
  • Community Service Board meetings open to campus community
  • Shocker Sports Grill and Lanes hiring
  • Back-to-school sale at Shocker Store
  • Save with Shocker Store Access Now program
  • Get $7 color wall tees at the Shocker Store
  • COVID-19 mask guidance at Wichita State
  • Latest issue of Horizon features Q-and-A with President Muma, details on Shocker Success Center
  • LinkedIn Learning August Challenge
  • New bridge name promises to embrace Barton School’s commitment to Wichita
  • Parking Lot repair update, closures
  • Tuesday Talks: Safety, parking and disability services
  • Democracy on Tap discussion: Navigating back-to-school
  • Veteran Services celebrates U.S. Coast Guard 231st birthday
  • Involvement Fair 2021 registration available
  • President Muma leads freedom of expression panel
  • Campus Recreation hosting Esports open house
  • Office of Adult Learning hiring graduate assistant
  • WSU Dining hiring
  • SHS expands vaccine availability
  • Shockers unite to fight COVID-19
  • Parking garage re-striping July 29-30
  • Shocker 360 app tracks beyond-the-classroom experiences
  • Tuesday Talks: New international Shockers
  • Update: Parking lot repairs
  • Ulrich Museum of Art summer exhibitions ending soon
  • Join visiting artist George Ferrandi for flower-making workshop
  • End mental health stigma at Mind Fest 2021
  • ‘What the Eyes Don’t See’ book discussion at University Libraries
  • Clash of the Colleges volunteers needed
  • Seeking volunteers for reaction time, cognitive function study
  • WSU Dining hiring
  • Free workshops to launch, grow small business
  • Shockers unite to fight COVID-19
  • Employee and student COVID-19 testing
  • Shocker Rowing Regatta results
  • WSU researcher awarded $175,000 NSF grant to help improve data-driven decision-making
  • Virtual on-campus job fair tomorrow
  • Parking lot closure: Lot 2E closed for repairs
  • Have you seen these signs on campus?
  • Tuesday Talks: Involvement and engagement
  • Support student mental health
  • Ulrich Museum of Art summer exhibitions closing soon
  • Scholarships available for WSU badge courses
  • School of Music’s ‘Oratorio Concert’ to broadcast on KPTS
  • Textbooks delivered to your dorm room
  • Shocker Circles Summer 2021 Reintegration series
  • Make small business accounting simple with QuickBooks
  • Clash of the Colleges volunteers needed
  • Christmas in July at Shocker Store
  • Shockers unite to fight COVID-19
  • Rededication of class of 1934 sundial July 19
  • Track coach uses iPhone, drone, slushies to document Kansas small towns
  • Wichita State names new College of Engineering dean
  • July 2021 Forward Together newsletter available
  • 2021 virtual on-campus job fair schedules now open
  • Office of Engagement seeking input for development process
  • Tuesday Talks: What Parents Need to Know
  • Registrar’s Office closing July 22
  • Textbooks delivered to your dorm room
  • Admissions closing early July 20
  • AmeriCorps VISTA service opportunities available
  • Support Your Students’ Mental Health
  • Ask a sales tax expert
  • Free entrepreneurship workshops available
  • Wichita State police officers awarded for heroic actions
  • Employee and student COVID-19 testing
  • Wichita State freshman targets Paralympics in rowing time trials
  • Air Force to develop F-16 ‘digital twin’ with help from Wichita State NIAR
  • Office of Strategic Engagement and Planning seeking input
  • Zoom now requires Single Sign-On
  • Tuesday Talks: Returning adult students
  • 26th Annual McNair Scholars Closing Symposium
  • OIEC, SGA announce sexual assault prevention training requirement
  • Reducing stigma of mental health in minority communities
  • Seeking volunteers for reaction time, cognitive function study
  • Clash of the colleges RSVP begins July 1
  • Shocker Neighborhood volunteer opportunities available
  • Lifeguards needed at Heskett Center
  • Tips for a faster vaccine experience
  • RSC closing for Fourth of July
  • OIEC, SGA announce sexual assault prevention training requirement
  • Tuesday Talks: What grad students need to know
  • Expanding Title IX and campus safety education
  • Wichita State alum helps engineer NASA’s return to the Moon and more
  • Heskett Center closed July 3-5
  • Reducing stigma of mental health in minority communities
  • South, Haysville campuses host virtual career fair
  • Lifeguards needed at Heskett Center
  • CAPS awarded suicide prevention grant