Early enrollment for Current Students
All students may enroll at their designated time or anytime after that time.
*Hours passed does not include the current semester enrollment.
Completed hours are found by viewing your current transcript on GUS.
All holds must be removed before a student is allowed to enroll.
All degree seeking students must set up their schedule with their advisor before enrolling for each semester.
Students may verify their enrollment starting 05/26/14.
REMINDER - June session courses begin Monday, June 1, 2015 July session courses begin Monday, June 29, 2015
2014 Spring High School graduates will enroll for the Fall 2014 semester during a Pitt Cares Orientation. Please contact the Admissions office at 620-235-4251.
Re-admission is required for students who have not attended the previous three semesters. Please contact the Admissions Office for undergraduates or the Continuing and Graduate Studies Office for Graduate students.
Questions? E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 620-235-4200
Department offices are listed below. Seek assistance in the Registrar's Office if you do not know your advisor's name or office location.
College of Arts and Sciences
Art: 101 Porter Hall 620-235-4302Biology: Room 223 Heckert-Wells Hall 620-235-4732Chemistry: Room 104 Heckert-Wells Hall 620-235-4748Communication: Room 434 Grubbs Academic Building 620-235-4716English: Room 425 Grubbs Academic Building 620-235-4689Family and Consumer Sciences: Room 101 Family and Consumer Sciences Building 620-235-4457History, Philosophy and Social Sciences: Room 412 Russ Hall 620-235-4325Mathematics: Room 224 Yates Hall 620-235-4400Military Science: Room 202 Hartman Building 620-235-4859Modern Languages and Literatures: Room 428 Grubbs Hall620-235-4709Music: Room 103 McCray Hall 620-235-4466Nursing: McPherson Nurse Education Building 620-235-4431Physics: Room 307 Yates Hall 620-235-4391
Gladys A. Kelce College of Business
Accounting and Computer Information Systems Room 201 Kelce 620-235-4561Economics, Finance and Banking: Room 211 Kelce 620-235-4547Management and Marketing: Room 110 Kelce 620-235-4588
College of Education
Curriculum and Instruction: Room 112 Hughes Hall 620-235-4508Health, Human Performance, and Recreation: Room 101 Rec Center 620-235-4665Psychology and Counseling: Room 206 Whitesitt Hall 620-235-4523Special Services and Leadership Studies: Room 201 Hughes 620-235-4487
College of Technology
Automotive Technology:Room N120 KTC 620-235-6189Construction Mgmt and Construction Tech Room W223 KTC 620-235-6555Engineering Technology: Room W215 KTC 620-235-4350Graphics and ImagingTechnologies: Room E116 KTC 620-235-4419Technology and Workforce Learning Room E 222 KTC 620-235-4371
Bachelor of General Studies: Bobby Winters, Room 311 D Grubbs Hall, 620-235-4079
Undeclared Majors: Enrollment Services, Heather Eckstein, Room 113 Axe Library (Students seeking a baccalaureate degree but who do not have a declared major) 620-235-4265
All others not named in the above categoriesRegistrar's Office, 103 Russ Hall
ENROLLMENT PROCEDURESContact your major advisor to plan a program of study. Your advisor will approve courses, enrollment load, and suggest any alternative courses for you. During the summer all classes are charged per credit hour. There is not a flat rate. A full time undergraduate load for the summer is 6 hours with a maximum of 12. A full time graduate load for the summer is 4 hours with a maximum of 12 hours. The advisor may enroll you in classes online at his/her personal computer if you are eligible to enroll, or the advisor may give you your advisement number and suggest you enroll in a PSU computer lab or via any computer connected to the World Wide Web. Computer labs are located in the Axe Library, Kelce, or Hughes Hall. A degree audit is continually available to all undergraduate students online by logging on to their GUS account. An undergraduate student should apply for an official degree audit with the Degree Checking Office, 102 Russ Hall, when the student attains 85 semester hours of credit (including current enrollment). Written application for the official degree audit must be made on an approved form in the Degree Checking Office or submitted electronically through the Degree Audit page on GUS.
All students must obtain a GUS PIN number to enter the on-line enrollment system. GUS PIN numbers are issued to all PSU students. This number must be used at least once during the first month of issuance in order to remain valid. Students who have lost their GUS PIN number can create a new pin by visiting www.pittstate.edu and clicking on GUS Login. Upon providing your student identification number,click on forgot my Pin/Password. A "one time use only" GUS PIN will be e-mailed to the e-mail address listed in your permanent records. You will then be instructed on how to create a new PIN. Students may also obtain a new GUS PIN at the O.I.S. Service Window, Room 109, Whitesitt. New and re-admitted students will be issued a GUS PIN number in their enrollment packet at the start of their enrollment or may have received one upon applying to PSU.
Enroll through any networked computer system. PSU computer labs are available for on-line enrollment and are listed under the heading "University Computer Labs" following these Enrollment Procedures. Step by step enrollment instructions for the on-line system follow these Enrollment Procedures, see "Web Enrollment Instructions". Your fees will be available online through your GUS account immediately after your enrollment. Fee statements will only be printed and mailed on request by the student. Your fees must be paid no later than 3:30 p.m. June 2nd, 2015 for any courses you are enrolled in for the summer semester. This includes courses that start in the July session. All courses added after June 3rd, 2015, must be paid at the time of enrollment. If it is necessary for you to change your schedule after you have enrolled online, you may drop and/or add classes through the online enrollment system using your enrollment access number, until June 2nd, 2015. Or, you may contact your advisor or the Registrar's Office for assistance in dropping or adding a course. All enrollment changes after June 4th are processed through the Registrar's Office only.
New Undergraduate StudentsStudents taking their first course for undergraduate credit in residence must file an application for admission with the Office of Admission. Obtain your Enrollment packet in the Office of Admission, Room 107, Horace Mann or online at www.pittstate.edu. It is suggested that you start this procedure at least a month prior to the start of the semester.
New Graduate StudentsStudents enrolling in their first course for graduate credit must complete an application for admission with the Continuing and Graduate Studies Office in the Graduate Office, Room 112, Russ Hall or online at www.pittstate.edu. It is suggested that you start this procedure at least a month prior to the start of the semester.
University Computer Labs
(These are aproximate times. Hours could change each semester. Please check with each individual lab for specific times.)
Short Courses - On GoingEnrollment in Courses Beginning May 11th or later follows the scheduled enrollment dates through the first day of the short course. Payment is due before the first day of the class. Students may choose to enroll for those classes by mail by completing the form under the " Forms" link on the Registrar's page.
To enroll by mailComplete the Application for Enrollment by Mail, listed under the "Forms " link, and mail it to the Registrar, Pittsburg State University, 1701 South Broadway, Pittsburg, KS 66762. Include the proper fee (check or money order) payable to Pittsburg State University. If a complete transcript is not already on file, a transcript of all previous college coursework must be sent from each institution to the Registrar's Office at Pittsburg State University . All new graduate students must have a transcript noting their bachelor's degree from any other university sent to the Continuing and Graduate Studies Office, 112 Russ Hall.
Fees are charged per-credit-hour. We do not have a full time student rate in the summer.
*The tuition amount includes fees which cover Incidental, Student Health, Student Activity, and Student Center. Fees are subject to change.
Distance Fee *
*A Distance Fee of $36.00 Per Credit Hour applies only to classes held an extended distance from campus. This fee compensates for additional travel costs associated with the delivery of instruction.
Technology Course Fee
A course fee of $14.00 per credit hour in addition to the above listed tuition fee, will be charged for all courses taught through the College of Technology. The general education course GT 190 Introduction to Technological Systems, is excluded from the fee assessment. A maximum charge of $140.00 per student/per semester will be collected for the technology course fee.
If campus-housing accommodations are needed, inquire at the University Housing Office , 203 Horace Mann or call them at 620-235-4245.
Late Enrollment - Is continuous through the last day to withdraw from a course.
Students who have not enrolled in advance may enroll at the Registrar's Office the day the course begins or immediately after with instructors permission, if the maximum enrollment capacity has not been exceeded. Students enrolling in short courses must attend the first class period. Late permission from the instructor will be required to initiate enrollment after the first day of any course.
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