Now that you’re an alumnus and your college career has come to a conclusion, we want to help ensure that you’re just as successful in your professional career. The Career Services Office provides Friends University alumni with information and resources related to career planning and the job search process.
Whether you need a transcript for graduate school, the job search process, or just for your records, Friends University alumni may request official copies of transcripts from the Registrar’s Office.
Family members of Friends University alumni are eligible to apply for the following special scholarships.
Alumni Scholarship – Each year the Alumni Association awards $1,000 scholarships to four first-time freshmen who have 3.0 GPA and who are continuing their family’s legacy of attending Friends University. For application information, please contact the Admissions Office at 316-295-5100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Legacy Scholarship – All traditional undergraduate students whose parent(s) is a graduate or former student of Friends University (defined as having completed 12 credit hours) will automatically receive a non-competitive Legacy Scholarship of $200. Students will then be eligible to renew this $200 scholarship for each subsequent class year they attend Friends University so long as they maintain a 2.0 GPA. Students who receive the $1,000 competitive Alumni Scholarship are not eligible for the $200 non-competitive scholarship.
AAB Scholarship – The Wichita Alumni Advisory Board Endowed Scholarship Honoring James Arbertha gives a prospective student the opportunity to get an education, thereby securing hope for a future that impacts us all. Recipients of the Wichita Alumni Advisory Board Endowed Scholarship Honoring James Arbertha may likely be the first in generations of their families to go to pursue higher education.
AAB Scholarship Eligibility:
- Applicants must be between the ages of 17-22.
- The scholarship will be in the amount no less than 50% of the current academic year tuition and fees and will be applied toward tuition, textbooks, or on-campus room and board.
- Applicants must have resided in the “eligibility region” for a minimum of 12 months.
- Southern boundary: 9th St.
- Eastern boundary: Hillside St.
- Northern boundary: 28th St.
- Western boundary: to follow Interstate 135 south to 13th St.; at that location, the western boundary shall extend further west to Wabash St.
- Applicants must have a GPA of at least 2.0 and/or ACT composite score of 18.
- The scholarship will be renewed on a yearly basis so long as the student maintains an overall GPA of 2.5.
Workshops & Seminars
If you’re interested in personal and professional development beyond your official college days at Friends University, or if you’re required to become/remain licensed or certified, you might be interested variety of workshops and seminars.