Wichita State University Graduate Reviews
My overall experience as a graduate student at WSU has been phenomenal! I would love to see tuition be a little less for out of state residents, though and to offer more fellowships.
WSU is a typical mid-size university, with a wide variety of course offerings and surprisingly diverse student body. The campus is small and well-kept, and is currently under a large amount of construction, with the intention of expanding student options and resources.
The only real positive about this school is the price. If you can definitely go to K-state or KU instead. everything is better at those schools.
I really enjoyed my time at Wichita State University. In the Speech Language Pathology program there were days that I had to stay on the campus all day. The University provided everything I needed while I waited for my next class to start. It was easy to get around campus and the professors are incredible. I would like to see the parking system change. It was expensive to purchase a parking pass and that didn't even guarantee a parking spot.
I really enjoyed attending Wichita State. The community is very supportive and invested in the student life experience
WSU doesn't have the best safety background. There have been a few crimes in the bank on campus and out in the parking lot of a dorm.
WSU has a lot of career opportunities with the Cooperative Education and Internship programs. A student can definitely find a job similar to their degree choice.
My professors have been awesome at WSU. They really care about each and every student in their classes.
Fairmount Towers is a lot older (smaller rooms, chipped paint, all around wear and tear, etc.) than Shocker Hall, but it's way cheaper.
I absolutely love how the teachers are connecting with their students.