Adult Learning and Degree Completion
Whether finishing a degree, changing course to another option or beginning a new path, the Office of Adult Learning is here to help every step of the way. With services for adult learners, transfer, active duty military, veterans and returning students, and offering classes at a variety of days and times, WSU has the tools to help adults succeed.
Wichita State recognizes that returning adults face a different set of challenges than traditional students when it comes to completing a degree. WSU is here to ensure that returning adults no longer need to sacrifice their other commitments in order to fulfill their academic goals.
In the capacity of serving active duty military and veterans, the director of Adult Learning serves as the point of contact (POC) for inquiries pursuant to the Department of Defense Memorandum of Understanding.
The Office of Adult Learning is located on the main campus in the Grace Wilkie Annex for convenient access for both current and future adult students. Contact the Office of Adult Learning at 316-978-8325, or on the web (http://wichita.edu/adultlearning).
WSU Complete — Adult Degree Completion Program
Started college, but life got in the way? WSU Complete adult degree completion program at Wichita State allows working adults to complete their degrees through a combination of convenient classes and online offerings. The WSU Complete degree programs in criminal justice and Bachelor of General Studies are offered in the evenings. The WSU Complete program allows a person to complete a degree through eight-week courses so they can work and be eligible for full-time student financial aid options.
For more information call 316-978-8325, or visit the WSU Complete website (http://wichita.edu/wsucomplete).