Learn more about how Friends University can help you invest in yourself, your education and your future. You are invited to attend a come-and-go Open Enrollment Day May 21 in Wichita and Topeka to gather the information you need for attending Friends University. Whether you want a traditional, daytime program, a bachelor’s degree you can earn in the evenings or online or an advanced master’s degree, this is the perfect time to get started.
Friends University is partnering with Pratt Community College (PCC) on an articulation agreement that allows students to seamlessly transfer credits from PCC to Friends University.
Friends University starts its fall semester classes Aug. 18, but it’s not too late for prospective students to enroll.
Open Enrollment Day will allow both traditional and adult learners seeking a bachelor’s degree to apply, explore financial aid opportunities and enroll in classes. Prospective students can drop by from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Aug. 1 in the Davis Administration Building. The event is meant to be a simple, streamlined way to get students started on their road to achieving their educational goals.
Make 2014 the year you begin your journey to accomplishing your education and career goals. Friends University offers bachelor and graduate degree options that begin as early as mid-January for some adult student programs. Evening and online degree programs allow adults to finish work at their own pace, fitting educational pursuits into busy family lives and career commitments. Some programs are offered in Wichita, Topeka, Greater Kansas City and online.
Bachelor degree courses begin Jan. 13 in the following areas of study:
Friends University is hosting open houses Nov. 12 in Wichita, Topeka and Lenexa. Attendees will learn about adult degree programs and how earning a bachelor’s or master’s degree can fit their life and goals.
Wichita Open House: Nov. 12, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Davis Administration Building
Topeka Open House: Nov. 12, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
2820 S.W. Mission Woods Dr. (Just north of 29th Street and Urish Road)
Friends University is hosting open houses July 23 in Wichita, Topeka and Lenexa.
If you are seeking direction in your educational and career goals, let Friends University be your guide. Representatives from the University’s Career Services will be available to provide information and tips, career and education assessments, and feedback on assessment results.
Pursue a degree in a way that works for you. Attend a Friends University Open House to learn how to develop your leadership potential and make your best better. Find a program that can advance your career and enhance your income.
Faculty and program representatives will answer your questions about degrees, financial aid and more. These events are free and open to the public. Apply at the open house, and we’ll waive your application fee.
Friends University is inviting anyone interested in learning more about programs to a series of Meet the Director events.
Prospective students will meet program directors, learn about financial aid options and talk to admissions representatives. The following programs will host Meet the Director events in the coming weeks:
Friends University is inviting anyone interested in learning more about its programs to a series of Meet the Director events.
Prospective students will have the opportunity to meet the director of individual Friends University programs, learn about financial aid options, and talk to admissions representatives. The following programs will host Meet the Director events in the coming weeks:
Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management
Meet program director Dr. Jim Knight from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Sept. 25th in the Business and Technology Building – Room 126.
High school students, transfer students and busy adults who are interested in learning more about Friends University’s academic programs are invited to get comfy on the couch and visit friends.edu to chat live with an admissions representative from 7 to 9 p.m. June 26.
Rachel Steiner, program representative for Friends University, said the live chat night was born out of community interest.
“We felt there was a need from our prospective students,” Steiner said. “We wanted to increase awareness of our programs and compel questions from the community.”