WTI is dedicated to providing a safe, healthy and enjoyable learning environment for all students, employees, and visitors. We are pleased to note that WTI has an exemplary safety record. The school is legally required to provide certain information essential to the safety and welfare of our students.
WTI also must provide the following information for each of our general education programs:
- Occupations associated with the training
- Normal program completion time
- On-time completion rate
- Employment placement rate
- Median loan debt (Title IV debts, private education loan debt, and debt from institutional financing)
The following links on this web page have been designed to serve as a reference for prospective and current students, their parents, and our employees.
WTI is student centered and, as you begin your college experience, we want to assist you with your questions. So, please feel free to visit with us so that we can better serve you.
Tuition and Fees
Students entering their second academic year will be notified in advance of any rate changes that will affect them. The student will pay any testing fees for outside certifications. Books, tools, and equipment may be purchased at the school or from outside vendors. Tuition, books, tools, and equipment must be paid in full before completion certificates are issued.
Due to the recent launch of programs at some of our campuses, reporting data such as placement and graduation rates are not available for this reporting period. However, tuition and fee information is available for all programs and can be found on this page.
Median Loan Debt
These amounts are a reasonable estimate for a student interested in each particular program of study. However, there are many different options on how a student may choose to pay for their education that may lower these amounts. For more information on financial aid eligibility or dependency status, please contact our financial aid office.
WTI Graduation and Placement Information
Current statistics can be found in the financial aid offices of the appropriate campus or by clicking on the link below.
The following is the grievance procedure to be followed by students who may have a question or concern that may need discussion or a resolution.
If you are not satisfied with any part of your training, or you have a problem/complaint with the school, the instructors, or administration we ask that you first approach your instructor; then, if necessary, the school director. If the problem continues, you should immediately provide the school with a written notice describing why you believe that the training is inadequate or inappropriate. If you are still not satisfied that your complaint has been answered, you may contact the Director of Administration at 2051 S. Meridian, Wichita, Kansas 67213.
These steps should be followed to properly resolve any grievance at Wichita Technical Institute. If a student does not feel that the school has adequately addressed a complaint or concern, the student may consider contacting the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges, 2101 Wilson Blvd., Suite 302, Arlington, VA 2201, (703 247-4212. A copy of the Commission Complaint Form is available at the school and may be obtained by contacting the Director of the school
Campus Crime Reports
Click on the links below to view crime reports for each campus.
WTI is committed to providing an open and accessible learning environment for students with disabilities consistent with the mandates of the American with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. WTI does not discriminate on the basis of disability against otherwise-qualified individuals in any program, service, or activity offered by the school, and strives to ensure that no such individual is excluded, denied services, or otherwise treated differently than any other individual wishing to attend WTI.