We Are Friends

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FINE ARTS With the most exceptional Fine Arts program in the region, our skilled faculty will guide and mentor you as you learn and grow as musicians, artists, dancers and actors. From Singing Quakers—our internationally-renowned choir group—to our newest addition Music Theatre, Friends’ Fine Arts division is home to so many talented faculty and students. Aside from singing, dancing, playing and acting, another huge part of our Fine Arts program is our visual and graphic arts department.

ATHLETICS Friends University’s growing athletics program is home to the only collegiate football team in the city of Wichita. A member of the NAIA, our programs are esteemed, with a rich history of winning and competing in most all of your favorite sports.

• Cross Country • Football • Soccer • Basketball • Baseball • Tennis

Women’s Sports: • Golf • Indoor Track & Field • Powerlifting • Outdoor Track & Field • Wrestling

• Cross Country • Soccer • Volleyball • Basketball • Softball • Tennis

• Golf • Indoor Track & Field • Competitive Cheer • Powerlifting • Sideline Dance • Outdoor Track & Field • Wrestling

To learn more about our Fine Arts programs please visit friends.edu/finearts, and if you want to know more about our Athletics department, check out friendsathletics.com.


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CAMPUS Davis Administration Building The historic Davis Tower is both the metaphorical and physical heart of Friends University. Visible from anywhere in Wichita, you’ll come to know and love Davis as the icon of the Friends campus. Casado Campus Center The Casado Campus Center is where students spend most of their time. It holds the dining hall and the lower level student center which is equipped with televisions, ping pong, the McKay Gym, the campus bookstore, Starbucks coffee and a convenience store. Award-winning Student Housing From freshmen dorms to upper-classmen flats, living on campus has never been more fun. Find out why so many students rate our student housing among the top of Kansas Universities.

CLUBS From Intramurals to science club, Friends is home to around 20 student activities and clubs that rival any school in the area. On Friends’ campus, you’re sure to find a group of people who share your interests, and if you can’t you can always make your own club! That’s the beauty of campus clubs.

Since Wichita’s only college football team is here at Friends, every home game is an event. Besides that, Friends is home to several events per semester. From Homecoming to Music Theatre, there’s always something to do on the weekends. Want to see campus before you make a decision? Well, even from thousands of miles away, you can. Check out our virtual visit, or if you can, come visit us in person! We’d love to see you. Schedule a visit at friends.edu/visit




PROGRAMS Undergraduate Degree Programs Accounting Art Education Biochemistry Biology Biology Education Business Administration Chemistry Christian Formation & Ministry Communications Computer Science & Information Systems Conservation Science Criminal Justice Cyber Security Elementary Education English English Language Arts Education Finance Health & Physical Education Health Management Health Sciences History, Government & Social Studies Education

Human Services/Psychology International Business Marketing Math Education Math Mechanical Engineering Music Music Education Music Performance Music Theatre Physical Education Radiologic Technology Secondary Biology Education Secondary English Language Education Secondary Speech & Theater Education Sociology & Social Service Spanish Spanish Education Theatre Visual Arts Zoo Science

At Friends, your application is free. So why not? Apply today for a life-changing college experience. Apply at friends.edu/apply


With approximately 60 areas of study, including minors and concentrations, there is little doubt that Friends is home to your degree of choice.


CAMPUS MINISTRIES At Campus Ministries, our mission is to build community and growth within Friends University by leading and encouraging students to live transformed lives in the grace of God. As a Christian University of Quaker heritage, we live out our beliefs—one of those being inclusion. We take pride in accepting students of all faiths and backgrounds.

CHAPEL Chapel is a time for the community to gather for worship, prayer and to explore what it means to be a follower of Jesus. Students, parents, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the University are invited to join us on Thursdays from 11 to 11:50 a.m. in the Alumni Auditorium of the Davis Administration Building.

MISSION TRIPS Work with a team over fall break, spring break or both, to explore important issues in our world and serve alongside churches and organizations that are making a difference. Join Campus Ministries on an immersion trip and work with non-profits and churches around the country and around the world. Immersion trips are an opportunity to partner with others in service, learn about national and global issues and see the ways that God’s kingdom is moving around the world.

Recharge away from campus with a fun time of learning and resting while growing in your faith. Campus Ministries often takes students on retreats where students have an opportunity to join other students in rest and recreation, to connect with God, and to learn and engage in spiritual practices and disciplines.




SCHOLARSHIPS At Friends, 100% of our traditional undergraduate students receive some sort of scholarship. It’s not a matter of if, but how much. Check out the scholarships available for you. All you have to do is apply! INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS Presidential Scholarship: $48,000 awarded to incoming freshmen who have a minimum 3.8 GPA. Each recipient will be awarded $12,000 per year for four years. Renewal of the scholarship requires a CGPA of 2.0. Up to $10,000 is also available to Transfer students. Davis Scholarship: $44,000 is awarded to incoming freshmen who have a 3.5 to 3.79 GPA. Each recipient will be awarded $11,000 per year. Renewal of the scholarship requires a CGPA of 2.0. Up to $8,500 is also available to Transfer students. Tower Scholarship: $36,000 is awarded to incoming freshmen who have a 3.0 to 3.49 GPA. Each recipient will be awarded $9,000 per year. Renewal of the scholarship requires satisfactory academic progress.

Promise Award: $20,000 is awarded to incoming freshmen who have a 2.0 to 2.49 GPA. Each recipient will be awarded $5,000 per year. Renewal of the scholarship requires satisfactory academic progress. Up to $4,000 is also available to Transfer students. On top of these scholarships, we offer scholarships for fine arts, athletics, student leadership and more! Find out more about all of our scholarship opportunities at friends.edu/scholarships.


Falcon Award: $28,000 is awarded to incoming freshmen with a 2.5 to 2.99 GPA. Each recipient will be awarded $7,000 per year. Renewal of the scholarship requires satisfactory academic progress. Up to $6,000 is also available to Transfer students.






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