Frequently Asked Questions

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You may request a transcript and pay for the transcript online.
There is an $11 fee for each official transcript.
The registrar’s office will verify your records and will mail your certificate or degree within approximately four weeks from your completion date. You may receive some certificates sooner if you were enrolled in a short-term program such as Aerostructures Technician, Certified Nurse Aide, or Composites Fabrication Technician.
The Registrar’s Office hours are Monday–Thursday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., and Friday 9 a.m.–5:00 p.m., NCAT Campus 4004 N. Webb Road , Wichita, KS 67226, 316.677.9400.
WSU Tech is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

The Higher Learning Commission
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500 • Chicago, IL 60604
www.ncahlc.org • 800.621.7440

Our programs have individual accreditations as well.

National Center for Aviation Training (NCAT)
4004 N Webb Rd
Wichita KS 67026

Academic Advisoring Hours
Monday – Thursday 8am-6pm
Friday 9am-5pm

WSU South
3821 E. Harry
Wichita KS 67218

Academic Advising Hours
Monday – Thursday 8am-7pm
Friday 9am-5pm

To access free review material and practice tests for Accuplacer and ATI TEAS.

No. For more information, contact Admissions, 316.677.9400.
There is no deadline, but we must have an application before you can complete other admissions requirements or enroll for courses.
No, enrollment for all locations is done at the National Center for Aviation Training, or WSU South

National Center for Aviation Training (NCAT)
4004 N Webb Rd
Wichita KS 67026

Monday – Thursday 8am-6pm*
Friday 9am-5pm*
*Please arrive at least 30 minutes before close if visiting with academic advisors, financial aid, and/or business office.

WSU South
3821 E. Harry
Wichita KS 67218

Monday – Thursday 8am-6pm*
Friday 9am-5pm*
*Please arrive at least 30 minutes before close if visiting with academic advisors, financial aid, and/or business office.

You can schedule a tour by calling 316.677.9400.
You can find this information in the student handbook and the online college catalog.
No, testing requirements vary by program. Contact Admissions for more information, 316.677.9400.
The Registrar’s office determines transferability of courses taken outside WSU Tech.

Send an official college transcript to:
Registrar’s Office
WSU Tech
4004 N Webb Rd
Wichita KS 67226

If you are unsure which program best fits your skills and interests, an online assessment can help you select a potential career. Career Servicescan help evaluate your results. Academic advisors are also available help you determine a career path. Choose from more than 75 programs of study.
WSU Tech offers free and reduced tuition opportunities for high school students. To learn more, check out our JumpStart page.

High school students may register for courses with the written approval of their parent/guardian and their high school counselor and must send an official high school transcript. Students must document evidence of potential success at the college level.

Estimated cost can be obtained by contacting Student Services or the business office, 316.677.9400.
WSU Tech will provide you with the skills needed to obtain employment and will assist in obtaining employment. Our programs are designed to meet the needs of industry and the community, so there are jobs available.
Yes, as long as it is the same test, and the scores have not expired. We need an official copy sent directly from the testing site to Learner Services.
This is possible, but determined on an individual basis depending on the courses, experience and the WSU Tech program. Speak with your career planner to determine if this will work for you.
Financial aid consists of grants and loans. While household income plays a significant role in determining eligibility for grants and loans, it’s not the only determining factor. Most students, if they don’t qualify for a grant, will still qualify for a loan. Therefore, we encourage you to go ahead and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) no matter how much income you have. This way you can make sure you are pursuing all of your options for aid. Visit with a financial aid representative for more details.