Friends University offers graduate level workshops across a number of content areas and grade levels, supporting the needs of educators seeking re-licensure opportunities, salary advancement and professional development. Workshops also provide elective options for students enrolled in the Master of Education in Teaching and Learning, AND the NEW Special Education High Incidence (P-12).
Online or Paper Application Process – Your Choice
Prior to enrollment, please complete a brief Application for Graduate Workshop Attendance.
You may choose either an Online Application for Graduate Workshop Attendance or the Paper Application for Graduate Workshop Attendance.
Paper Application for Graduate Workshop Attendance is an electronic process for those who may not have immediate access to email or are somewhat limited with technology skills. Click on “paper application,” enter the required information and then press “submit.” Your application will reach us immediately, allowing us to process the information the same as an online application. It’s that easy!
The Online Application for Graduate Workshop Attendance is preferred, as it “populates” previously entered information following initial set-up as a new applicant. For first time online users, select “new applicant” and complete the steps. Following this, you only need to sign in for future terms, as previously entered information will automatically appear. For a visual guide with screenshots, view a PDF guide. This process requires access to your email for password information during the initial set-up.
Enroll in a Workshop
After you submit your application, you may enroll 24/7 at your convenience. Use the information provided in the brochure (CRN numbers, title, dates, and cost) to assist you as you select workshops. Use Self-Service Banner to begin the enrollment process. Classes fill quickly so don’t wait! If you need assistance, call 316-295-5516 during regular business hours or email email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are some of the services I will receive with online registration?
Once you have access to your Self-Service Banner account, there are many services available to you. You will be able to make payments, add/drop classes according to the dates listed for each offering, and view your history and activity of workshops taken through Friends University. You may also view a copy of your unofficial transcript. This may be extremely helpful as you are reviewing your re-licensure dates and needs.
If I do not submit an application first, will I be able to enroll?
No. Your application provides a user identification and pin number so that you can enroll. The completion of your application establishes you as a student. Please submit an application each term you plan to attend.
I am a current student in the Master of Education in Teaching and Learning or Special Education High Incidence degree program. Do I need to submit an application in order to take workshops?
No, meet with or contact your adviser as normal, to obtain your needed alternate pin for registration.
Can I change the PIN assigned to me by the IT department?
Yes! Once you have received your user identification and pin number you may change your PIN to better suit your needs.
What happens if I lose/forget my user ID or PIN?
Please contact the Help Desk if you have trouble logging in, need instructions or assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 316-295-5767 or 800-794-6945, ext. 5767.
Monday – Thursday: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday – Thursday: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
When can I register for a workshop?
You may register for a workshop during open enrollment. We suggest you enroll quickly, as classes fill!
I still have questions, whom should I contact?
Email or call the Graduate Workshops office at email@example.com or 316-295-5516, or 800-794-6945, ext. 5516.
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