• Parking Services lobby will be temporarily closed June 14
  • Tuition Assistance applications for fall 2024 are now being accepted
  • Degree Works maintenance moved to June 18
  • Attend farewell party for Maria Martino July 2
  • Attend An Evening in Two Acts: A journalism fundraiser
  • Network systems have been restored
  • Lot 41 by Woolsey Hall to be closed 3 p.m. June 13
  • Ablah Library will temporarily close June 14 for construction
  • 2024 WSU Esports summer camp session one begins June 17
  • Join VUB for Career Day workshop themed around ‘The Office’
  • Attend An Evening in Two Acts: a journalism fundraiser
  • Dean Andrew Hippisley accepts position in Texas
  • 2024 WSU Esports summer camp session one begins June 17
  • Pride gear available at the Shocker Store
  • Degree Works to be down for maintenance June 14
  • Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic open during summer
  • Register for the On-Campus Job Fair Aug. 14
  • Faculty and staff can schedule annual health appointments
  • Campus community invited to ‘Railroaded: The Industry That Shaped Kansas’ presentation
  • Join VUB for Career Day workshop themed around ‘The Office’
  • Try the June Pizza of the Month at Shocker Sports Grill & Lanes
  • Ablah Library will temporarily close June 14 for construction
  • Foundation and Alumni Engagement fiscal year deadlines
  • Pierre Harter appointed to interim associate vice president for Research
  • Summer sessions for the ‘Discover Your Strengths’ training are available
  • Reminder about summer parking on campus
  • Registrar’s office to temporarily close for staff training
  • Parking Services lobby will be temporarily closed June 14
  • Department of Political Science elects new chair
  • Rachel Amerson, Ph.D., promoted to training director of Counseling and Psychological Services
  • Attend farewell party for Rebecca Reiling June 28
  • Join networking event at GROW
  • Provide your insights in Wichita State’s brand survey
  • Enter to win a WSU dad gift basket from the Shocker Store
  • Mental Health Advocate highlight: Office of Financial Aid
  • WSU partnership will help address Kansas’ physician shortage
  • Rachel Amerson, Ph.D., was promoted to training director of Counseling and Psychological Services
  • Spots available for new Automated Fiber Placement Operations and Maintenance Class
  • Join networking event at GROW
  • Wichita State wins $10,000 to ease adult learners’ transition into college
  • Reminder to update license plate information
  • Faculty and staff can schedule annual health appointments
  • Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic open during summer
  • Attend ‘Stuff the Bag’ sale at the Rhatigan Student Center
  • Join the Shocker Teaching Community of Practice
  • Faculty sabbaticals approved for the 2024-25 academic year
  • Campus invited to presentation by Honors director of Undergraduate Research and Creativity Hub candidates
  • OAL introduces the Shocker Comeback Program
  • TRIO Student Support Services is looking for tutors in fall 2024
  • Attend retirement reception for Werner Golling June 21
  • Registration is now open for 2024 Pumpkin Run
  • Shocker Store now offers military discount
  • Faculty sabbaticals approved for the 2024-25 academic year
  • Reminder: Grab a lunch at Braeburn Square on the Innovation Campus
  • Join Quiet Time meditations today
  • Reminder to update license plate information
  • Campus invited to presentation by Honors director of Undergraduate Research and Creativity Hub candidates
  • University announces schedule for the 2024 winter closedown
  • Foundation and Alumni Engagement fiscal year deadlines
  • Faculty and staff can schedule annual health appointments
  • Tuition Assistance applications for fall 2024 are now being accepted
  • Join networking event at GROW
  • Feeling stuck in your startup journey? Ignitor 2.0 is here to help propel you forward
  • Students can enhance their research skills in LASI 170
  • Volunteers help visitors around campus at state athletics events